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  • #71
    Originally posted by factsarenice View Post
    The cost of lying is the loss of the ability to see the truth.

    For the record, Bob said the same thing about Wilder back when Fury randomly asked people if they'd ever heard of Deontay Wilder and when they said no, you can see Bob smiling in the background.
    He came out with the same nonsense before the Pulev fight and look at what AJ done to him lol. Also his fight against that non puncher sold out the Garden so I can see how a confused guy like Arum might think Americans don't know him lol.
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    • #72
      Originally posted by Rodtang View Post

      And the ref was right to do so as AJ was concussed. Ruiz got lucky with that and AJ took care of buisness comfortably in his rematch. But people don't wanna see that though
      AJ was dazed, as it was to be expected. I'm not saying the ref was at fault or AJ had a chance of winning. My pov is AJ did not quit. Flukes happen and Andy joined the fluke club.
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      • #73
        Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post
        I mean, Arum isn't wrong on this one.

        The last time Americans saw Joshua on these shores it was his big coming out party and he got humiliated by a fat guy.

        That image won't soon be forgotten.
        And yet according to Arum Americans don't know him but did AJ not sell out the Garden lol? Plus they know him in Saudi because that's where he got his belts back and since they'll be paying the most money to give Fury his 50% that he doesn't deserve Bob should just concentrate on trying to sell the flop that is Fury vs Wilder 3 lol.
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        • #74
          Originally posted by Jab jab boom View Post
          That’s not the only thing that’s thought of, the fact that he quit is more prevalent. Anyone can dropped, especially as a heavyweight, but it’s what you do afterwards that counts and in that situation, Joshua pulled a “No Mas”.
          Thats cause Deontay Wilder and people that follow him are the only people claim that he quit.

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          • #75
            Originally posted by BodyBagz View Post

            AJ was dazed, as it was to be expected. I'm not saying the ref was at fault or AJ had a chance of winning. My pov is AJ did not quit. Flukes happen and Andy joined the fluke club.
            Totally agree. And the chances of it happening in the rematch were slim to none. And yet suddenly AJ is chinny? lol. People like to twist the truth.

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            • #76
              Originally posted by The plunger man View Post
              Klitchcko
              Whyte
              Parker
              Povetkin
              Pulev
              Ruiz
              and soon to add usyk

              Get some perspective ole crusty pants arum
              If AJ wants that credit he needs Schwarz, Wallin, Pianeta and Seferi lol.
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              • #77
                Originally posted by peplz View Post

                Thats cause Deontay Wilder and people that follow him are the only people claim that he quit.
                What are you talking about? The two dazn announcers calling the fight said he quit. They follow Wilder?

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                • #78
                  Originally posted by Rodtang View Post

                  Totally agree. And the chances of it happening in the rematch were slim to none. And yet suddenly AJ is chinny? lol. People like to twist the truth.
                  Some people don't like AJ for whatever reason. It's their right but why must they make shlt up ? He was careless and got caught (with some clean and rabbit punches and a push down).

                  ''Why didn't AJ go for the KO in the rematch ???''

                  And give tubby his ONLY chance at winning ??? Not going to lie. I would have loved to have seen AJ return the favor but a 12 rd schooling was a good bit of revenge as well. Thoroughly embarrassed the Mexican Fluke....rd after rd.
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                  • #79
                    Originally posted by billeau2 View Post

                    How about looking at the fight and realizing that Arreola fought a fantastic fight? Not referring to you specifically but some things people say sound smart... like Black Holes consume light... like I drive a smart car! Or... oh that guy is shot... Ortiz in second fight with Wilder, Arreola in fight with Ruiz did not look like shot Fighters. Most casuals here know Jack sht about what makes a fighter shot... and most have not even watched these fights.
                    But tell me how lifting weights helped Andy? I'm not saying Areolla didn't do good. He did better than Joshua, but I don't think Areolla is better. Andy isn't consistant and it's going from bad to worse. From 258, to 280, to super lifting and no improvement.

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                    • #80
                      Originally posted by Rodtang View Post

                      If AJ wants that credit he needs Schwarz, Wallin, Pianeta and Seferi lol.
                      Murderers Row 2.0
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