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  • #41
    2 days in the hospital for a broken hand? When that happened to me they gave me a prescription and said get the f outa here in a few hours
    Last edited by Boxing Goat; 10-12-2021, 08:48 AM.

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    • #42
      Originally posted by james240 View Post
      Nothing new Wilder has broken his hand so many times he has steel rods in it, he also hit Fury forehead the hardest part of the head flush.
      He should of stayed with his usual gloves then, knowing he breaks hands easilly

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      • #43
        Originally posted by nino brown21 View Post
        I'm sure wilder breaking his hand was due to poor punching technique. When he fought arreola the punches were awkward AF .
        That and also when he found out Fury will be using the same LEGAL gloves with horse hair in it. Wilder decided to use another gloves with less padding in it , Wilder called them "knock out" gloves..
        I think he already broke his hand once using them before ../ lol

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        • #44
          Originally posted by Rodtang View Post

          Yes he definitely is a huge puncher. No question. But I'm not a fan of trying to say someone is the best ever at something in General. It's too subjective. You mentioned Foreman, who fought at a time of much better quality than we have now. And he fought that quality. Wilder hasn't fought the best out there and has a massive ko ratio based on fighting too many average guys. But it's all subjective and that's just my thoughts on it.
          I can respect that but you also have to consider that Wilder has fought arguably the best HW in the division now three times and in the last fight lasted almost to the end. So to say he hasn’t fought the best out there is a stretch. He’s fought the best three times. His counterparts have yet to fight the best.
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          • #45
            Originally posted by Boxingfanatic75 View Post

            I can respect that but you also have to consider that Wilder has fought arguably the best HW in the division now three times and in the last fight lasted almost to the end. So to say he hasn’t fought the best out there is a stretch. He’s fought the best three times. His counterparts have yet to fight the best.
            Arguably yes. But I can also say that arguably he still has to face the best. There are other guys there that may turn out to be the best. We need to see them all fight first. When their careers are over, then we can pass judgment. As we truly can with Foreman. I respect your opinions and debate.
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            • #46
              Originally posted by Rodtang View Post

              Yes he definitely is a huge puncher. No question. But I'm not a fan of trying to say someone is the best ever at something in General. It's too subjective. You mentioned Foreman, who fought at a time of much better quality than we have now. And he fought that quality. Wilder hasn't fought the best out there and has a massive ko ratio based on fighting too many average guys. But it's all subjective and that's just my thoughts on it.
              Many different opinions about punching power. I remember Ray Mercer getting asked who he thought the biggest puncher was. He fought some of the biggest punchers in his era. To my surprise he said Tommy Morrison. He’d been hit by Klitschko, Lennox, Briggs. He ko’d Morrison but said he had never been hit that hard before or after their fight…

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              • #47
                I imagine mike tyson, morrison and Foreman different then wilder. The were more compact a especially tyson and tommy were much shorter (so shorter arms as well). Wilder is more like a tennis service by isner...

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                • #48
                  Originally posted by joe strong View Post
                  Many different opinions about punching power. I remember Ray Mercer getting asked who he thought the biggest puncher was. He fought some of the biggest punchers in his era. To my surprise he said Tommy Morrison. He’d been hit by Klitschko, Lennox, Briggs. He ko’d Morrison but said he had never been hit that hard before or after their fight…
                  Yeah exactly, I agree. I've seen interviews in the past where a fighter is asked who he's fought that punches the hardest, and they come up with an answer that surprises you. Then your checking KO percentages on boxrec and think, what? Really? Lol. But their taking the punches so they ought to know lol.

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