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Why do some people pretend anyone at HW could beat Wilder?

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  • #21
    Isn't the answer obvious Kev? Wilder has lost to the only top level fighter he's fought. Twice. His next best win is Ortiz, who is clearly a skilled fighter, but damn near a decade past his prime and not proven at the top level himself.

    Oh and did I mention Wilder is 35 years old and closing in on 50 pro fights? And this is what he has to show for it on his resume? Nah man, he gets the same treatment as any other fighter whose hype doesn't match their resume and achievements.

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    • #22
      Because every time he steps up he gets beaten or almost beaten? Because even when he doesn't get almost beaten he has big problems and gets made look like a fool until he lands his hail Mary?

      The better question is why do some people pretend Wilder will beat anyone not named Fury, and use to pretend he will beat anyone period?

      Why do some people pretend Wilder beating fighter X is such a forgone conclusion that he doesn't need to fight them?

      Like Whyte who's a flawed fighter in his own right, but most certainly has a chance to beat Wilder and that chance is big.

      Last edited by Szef; 07-18-2021, 03:33 AM.
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      • #23
        you missed a few, joyce, hrgovic, yoka would all hammer wilder too, must be a few other names i'm forgetting

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        • #24
          Because Wilder has never actually beaten anyone good he kept the belt hostage fighting low level not even top ten opposition.

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          • #25
            Tyson Fury did not knock out Deontay Wilder, why are you stating this?

            Deontay Wilder was still on his feet, and fighting back 'When the towel was thrown in'.

            That is not a knock out.

            Mike Tyson knocked people out, Tyson Fury has knocked nobody out at elite level.

            People need to stop claiming that, Fury Knocked Wilder out.

            Wilder was not on the canvas, or down for the count of 10 etc.

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            • #26
              fury considered wilder dangerous enough going into the rematch that 1. he made him wait a year 2. he came with a completely different approach to throw wilder off his game....and with good reason because fury nearly had his block knocked off

              to answer your question Kev...its simple...these guys love thinking theyre riling up wilder fans...which means theyre riling up the LBDC or whatever they call it...which they get a kick out of for obvious reasons.....they think theyre riling up anyone who doesnt bash the PBC daily...which they love for obvious reasons....its pretty pathetic.....i get it...im a wilder fan....the excuses were stupid....and i think all wilders fans, prior to the excuses, agreed he had some limitations as a "boxer"....most of us agreed it wasnt always pretty.....but wilder is still dangerous and id favor him over most of the HW division still
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              • #27
                Fury didn`t write any blueprint how to beat Wilder.

                It took Fury two fights, change trainer, change style completely..to beat Wilder clearly. And Fury is one of the biggest heavyweights around he is is the most skilled one.

                Fury`s blueprint is f.ucking useless for other guys. Other can`t just switch styles like Fury can.

                Wilder still has his lethal weapon in right hand and he is able to knock out anybody.

                Losing to Fury doesn`t mean Wilder can`t be N.2.
                Last edited by JakeTheBoxer; 07-18-2021, 07:16 AM.

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                • #28
                  This is why fury don't need wilder. Everyone thinks they got blueprint to best wilder now. So I'd like to see wilder v Joyce, Whyte, flip, Ruiz, usyk, Josh, once wilder fought all these and wins he can go down as GOAT of his era

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                  • #29
                    Whilst the guy is an absolute idiot, Wilder is always going to be dangerous as **** as an opponent. If this is the start of him hitting the slide, I don't think many fighters will be signing up to fight him even though he's a big name.

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by PRINCEKOOL View Post
                      Tyson Fury did not knock out Deontay Wilder, why are you stating this?

                      Deontay Wilder was still on his feet, and fighting back 'When the towel was thrown in'.

                      That is not a knock out.

                      Mike Tyson knocked people out, Tyson Fury has knocked nobody out at elite level.

                      People need to stop claiming that, Fury Knocked Wilder out.

                      Wilder was not on the canvas, or down for the count of 10 etc.
                      You should tell wilder this. Fury got up by Count of 9

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