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    • #32
      Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post
      I base my unfavorable opinion on Tyson Fury on multiple UKAD anti-doping violations, suspension. Documented glove-tampering, eye-witnesses, court-rulings, video evidence ; you know the facts.
      That's not what we're talking about bro.

      We're talking about Raheem trying to challenge Malik - fairly - on Wilder's state of mind.

      He's asking, is Wilder mentally in the right place or is he still living with anger, because that's going to get him hurt.

      Same thing happened with English - Eubank Sr - when he rematched Carl Thompson.

      Since Wilder refused to talk to media or the press, there's no way to know what his frame of mind is, and there's a very strong chance he gets seriously hurt this time around. The last thing we need is for Wilder to follow Adonis Stevenson - no matter how much you hate the dude.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Froch_uppercut View Post

        Why do you understand it? You do understand that the purpose of journalism is to ask actual questions, including difficult ones? You just looking for some talking head yes man. That's boring AF and not real, maybe switch to WWF if you want pre scripted bs.
        He's too used to Helen Yee just putting her boobs on display while not adding anything constructive.

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        • #34
          And the thing is that was Fury in "sell the fight" mode. He probably didn't see Raheem getting screamed at and repeatedly mean-mugged by that same Wilder years before.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Froch_uppercut View Post

            Why do you understand it? You do understand that the purpose of journalism is to ask actual questions, including difficult ones? You just looking for some talking head yes man. That's boring AF and not real, maybe switch to WWF if you want pre scripted bs.
            Radio Raheem's forceful and misleading methods of questioning subjects/respondents fails to facilitate meaningful dialoged or to obtain valuable information. Rather, such unprofessional methods is self-serving, as this evokes strong opposing remarks -- but then again that is exactly in Raheem's agenda.

            Originally posted by revelated View Post

            That's not what we're talking about bro.

            We're talking about Raheem trying to challenge Malik - fairly - on Wilder's state of mind.

            He's asking, is Wilder mentally in the right place or is he still living with anger, because that's going to get him hurt.

            Same thing happened with English - Eubank Sr - when he rematched Carl Thompson.

            Since Wilder refused to talk to media or the press, there's no way to know what his frame of mind is, and there's a very strong chance he gets seriously hurt this time around. The last thing we need is for Wilder to follow Adonis Stevenson - no matter how much you hate the dude.
            You share Radio Raheem's stubbornness to derive at answers you want to hear or control the discussion. Radio Raheem, should accept that other people will not share his opinion and he should stop trying to influence his interviewees.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by revelated View Post

              That's not what we're talking about bro.

              We're talking about Raheem trying to challenge Malik - fairly - on Wilder's state of mind.

              He's asking, is Wilder mentally in the right place or is he still living with anger, because that's going to get him hurt.

              Same thing happened with English - Eubank Sr - when he rematched Carl Thompson.

              Since Wilder refused to talk to media or the press, there's no way to know what his frame of mind is, and there's a very strong chance he gets seriously hurt this time around. The last thing we need is for Wilder to follow Adonis Stevenson - no matter how much you hate the dude.
              Adonis Stevenson was involved in very dodgy **** back in the day but he wasn't wasn't around wishing death on the people he was fighting.

              This **** may come back to haunt wilder badly. He's already showing signs of brain damage- stuttering, cutting sentences short etc. He's ****ed

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              • #37
                True journalism requires asking the tough questions. It's a dying profession, so props to Radio!
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                • #38
                  Great interview by Raheem. I wish to see him interview the top fighters. He asks tough questions very elegantly.
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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post
                    Radio Raheem's forceful and misleading methods of questioning subjects/respondents fails to facilitate meaningful dialoged or to obtain valuable information. Rather, such unprofessional methods is self-serving, as this evokes strong opposing remarks -- but then again that is exactly in Raheem's agenda.


                    You share Radio Raheem's stubbornness to derive at answers you want to hear or control the discussion. Radio Raheem, should accept that other people will not share his opinion and he should stop trying to influence his interviewees.
                    An you just wanting soft touch questions is exactly why Wilder's in this situation, why Manny lost to Floyd and Horn, why Crawford can't get big fights, why Gary Russell Jr. remains inactive, etc.
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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by revelated View Post

                      An you just wanting soft touch questions is exactly why Wilder's in this situation, why Manny lost to Floyd and Horn, why Crawford can't get big fights, why Gary Russell Jr. remains inactive, etc.
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                      I feel that Deontay has answered all the questions that needed to be answered, over a month ago. The critics, notably old-media may have not been satisfied with the platform in which these questions were addressed ( the LDBC, ESNEWS, PBC etc. ), or who asked the questions. It must eat at Radio Raheem that Fred the 'Barber' can do a better job than a so called 'professional' 'journalist'.

                      If it wasn't for charming, friendly and unjudgmental reporters like Elie Seckbach, the boxingscene would not have anything to write about, as far as Deontay Wilder is concern. If these boxing forums depended on Radio Raheem, they be out of business.

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