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  • #31
    Originally posted by Pinenut View Post

    I predict if his comeback fight is against anyone from the undercard it will be Kownacki
    That's what I was thinking. Maybe even Helenius though as he lost to Washington, and Wilder will believe he beats Helenius. And that's the better scalp right now.

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    • #32
      Wilder could do a trilogy with Ajagba and they could call it the clone wars.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by mawoodhouse View Post

        I have yet to see anything from Ajagba that shows me he is a Massive puncher, sure he can punch but he isn’t a MASSIVE KO artist. He needs to brush up his skills for sure and still too green for the likes of Wilder.

        Wilder should join Matchroom, make lots of money and get a couple of fairly easy fights under his belt to get his confidence back, then match him up with Charles Martin, Robert Helenius and then maybe a Andy Ruiz….gets him right back in the mix of things, but he needs to stay away from Fury…he most definitely has his number!
        You just mentioned 3 PBC fighters and that's where he is, so that's the best place to get those fights. If he were to go to Matchroom ( did you seriously just suggest that, he hates Hearn lol ) he'll have to fight fighters from their roster as Al don't do buisness with Eddie lol.

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        • #34
          “He is a bum”, “Fury is a bum”, “beat nobody in the top 10”, “arm punches”, “weak division so it means nothing”, and 1000 mean responses about the fighters and each other. What part of that screams boxing fans? What part of that screams critical and intelligent analysis? None! How friggin rad is it that we got to experience an amazing scrap after so much disappointment in the last year and a half? I can answer that - it is rad.
          I am excited to see what is next on so many levels!

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          • #35
            Stiverne 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 on the Horizon!

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Rodtang View Post

              You just mentioned 3 PBC fighters and that's where he is, so that's the best place to get those fights. If he were to go to Matchroom ( did you seriously just suggest that, he hates Hearn lol ) he'll have to fight fighters from their roster as Al don't do buisness with Eddie lol.
              Hey, fighters have hated promoters before, but you know what? They do what makes business sense! PBC really screwed up matching him with Fury, especially this 3rd fight…they should have advised him not to take the 3rd fight after what Fury did to him in the first 2 (totally outboxed him in the first and destroyed him in the 2nd). PBC will do business with Matchroom, but only if they don’t have belts! If PBC hold belts (as they did before Wilder faced Fury), then forget it…they protect their champs and keep the belt in house.
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              • #37
                Fury will probably retire sooner than Wilder.

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                • #38
                  Wilder is in good physical condition he can maybe recuperate but for me it’s a shame he couldn’t stick to his round 1 game plan with the long jab and Fury well on the back foot. He lost composure rapidly as he fatigued with the extra weight etc, he needs to do some dam squats too get some more power in his legs and ass although he will always have chicken legs. If anything put strength on the legs not upper body so he can move more explosively and be a bit sturdier
                  That long count though? Fury went down hard too the 2nd time only just made it up

                  I don’t think Fury is that great he’s a sound boxer but just long AF and has a good engine, I rejoiced when Usyk beat AJ up but I still think he AJ an excellent chance to stop Fury
                  Last edited by Pusnuts; 10-11-2021, 05:55 PM.

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                  • #39
                    Since he's 35, he should either pad his bank account some more or take a legacy fight that will secure his HoF spot...thats probably Whyte, Usyk and Joshua. None of the other guys are "events"...he won't get another shot at Fury but if Fury retires or gets upset, he could make a run at the new champ. But with all those mils banked up, how motivated will he be to continue the grind?

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                    • #40
                      Wilder makes a lot of Money each fight , he should keep on fighting, he's knocking most guys out with ease and making a million to two , even if some of them are **** , who cares if you're Wilder , go work a normal job and see how much money you're going to make. Power is also the last to go so he can go on for years.
                      And there's still mega fights out there for him like Joshua or Usyk , keep working on Improving and keep making millions.

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