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  • #61
    Originally posted by Alf Stewart View Post

    But he got up and won, same as he did against Wilder.

    AJ literally bottled it against a walking blob.
    Yes AJ got dismantled but won his belt back, he didn’t run from no post fight interviews like Wilder, he wasn’t mute come second preflight interviews.
    The coward Wilder ran from a press conference by covering his ears...then keeping mute, when Fury isn’t around the coward found his voice, biggest American coward ever!!!

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    • #62
      This clown still hasn’t learned and that’s why karma is going to get his a$$ again

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      • #63
        Deontay Wilder is not Elite level. That's just facts. He came up against his 1st serious BOXER and didn't have a clue of how to be effective.
        Wilder was offered his biggest payday before fighting Fury by AJ and DW.

        Wilder is an Embarrassment to all American heavyweight boxing fans. He has made more excuses than any American heavyweight boxer in the history of the sport .Facts.

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        • #64
          Originally posted by chepboxingking View Post

          You're first loss is always the toughest. Once you've lost once, seems like it's easier for fighters to lose after that. I'll prove it; when Kell Brooks fought possibly the hardest puncher in boxing P4P in GGG, he never went down, even with a broken eye socket. Truly fought to the end (corner stoppage) when he fought Spence in his next fight, yes he was taking a beating, but he was arguably winning the fight, yet decided to take a knee and give up in the corner. This happens plenty of times in boxing. Once you've lost, it's somehow easier to lose again.
          Carlos Ocampo disagrees. As does Canelo Alvarez.

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          • #65
            Originally posted by MPDKSAB View Post
            I remember when AJ told Johnny Nelson that he wouldn't let someone rush his career when it came to fighting Wilder. If Wilder ain't an elite fighter AJ shoulda been in a rush to snatch that belt a la Charles Martin.

            He did get KO'd by someone nobody considered an elite Heavyweight at the time, I'm not 100% sure the consensus is he is now.. Wilder has only lost to an elite Heavyweight. Can AJ say the same?

            Even more irony to this statement is AJ was trying to be like Wilder when DW, slept his "tomato can" but went in for the kill & left out with the 1st loss of his career.
            Wilder has only fought ONE elite boxer.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by Zelda View Post
              Not sure Wilder will be KO'ing Fury to even make this fight but IF he does, he is more than likely to KO Joshua. Fury tried to attack Wilder, Joshua will keep running away. Because to be aggressive, you need to take a few and give a bit more. Can Joshua take a few of Wilder's shots given he couldn't take a few of Ruiz's and one of Klitchsko's? Joshua might try to win on points but he ain't no Fury to dodge all of them.

              Styles make fights...Joshua has a chance against Fury, Fury beats Wilder but Wilder beats Joshua.
              wilder has a 5% chance of beating Joshua plain and simple....no balance , can’t fight going back , no jab , no left hand and has never been in the ring with someone as powerful and accurate as Joshua .....wilder would be brutalised and stopped as soon as Joshua caught him clean

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              • #67
                Originally posted by boxinglife8 View Post

                Can you duck wilder dic any harder man ffs.Just say something with a level head.Your talking about excuses but wilders the king of excuses and even admitted to turning down joshuas offers
                Wrong! in 2019, the chairman of DAZN John Skipper had admitted that it was him who dropped the ball in those negotiations with Team Wilder because they never wanted that fight anyway.

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                • #68
                  Well let's see how hard you and Eddie campaign for unification if Wilder gets the victory

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by boxinglife8 View Post

                    Can you duck wilder dic any harder man ffs.Just say something with a level head.Your talking about excuses but wilders the king of excuses and even admitted to turning down joshuas offers
                    Just fight the undisputed man no matter who he is! Why he is talking like he is going to avoid Wilder when he defeats Fury. It's because he scared shitless of Deontay Wilder.

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                    • #70
                      July 24 cant get here fast enough. I think somebody gets hurt. Lets see how AJ feels July 25.

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