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LDBC Leader 78: “Deontay Needs an easy touch…last 6 fights fighting killers, NOBODY in boxing is doing that!”

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  • #11
    Originally posted by Thuglife Nelo View Post

    São Paulo is the Mecca of trannies. your favorite
    That dudes not Brazilian he’s a brutha that’s just his cover up so he can talk crap about Latin fighters.

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    • #12
      78 is right and I just so happen to agree with him. After these last two bouts with Tyson Fury; Deontay could use a break. His last six bouts were against Luis Ortiz, Tyson Fury and Dominic Breazeale.

      In addition, his last two bouts with Tyson Fury were especially brutal where he could have been seriously injured or even lost his life. However, he didn't. Those fights only made him that much tougher, stronger and more determined.

      He needs at least three or four gatekeeping stay busy fights before stepping back into the ring with another contender or champion again. Not against any bums or tomato cans but with good opponents who are clearly past their primes.like: Chisora, Helenius, Kownacki, Wach, Brown or Washington..

      He doesn't need to be cashed out or pimped out by Shelly Finkel for his name by throwing him back in there with the wolves against solid contenders like Andy Ruiz or Anthony Joshua yet.

      He needs to get himself back into the win column first; In order to restore his confidence and to prove that he can still compete and defeat the elite fighters of the heavyweight division

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      • #13
        Easy touches do not represent the fighters a guy like Wilder will face on his road back to contender. Easy touches are for rookies trying to make a name for themselves and GGG.
        billeau2 likes this.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by TMLT87 View Post
          5 of those last 6 fights involve two opponents. Nobody in boxing is doing that either.

          So what are you saying? All of those opponents were solid contenders don't you agree? In between both the Ortiz and Fury fights he fought only one mandatory challenger and the rest were all voluntary challenges against the best Heavyweights in the division and against the bogeyman of the division; Tyson Fury and Luis Ortiz. That was one Hell of a run if one were to ask me. He gave boxing fans that fights that we wanted to see.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by BodyBagz View Post
            Easy touches do not represent the fighters a guy like Wilder will face on his road back to contender. Easy touches are for rookies trying to make a name for themselves and GGG.
            Normally, I would agree with you but if he doesn't get into the win column soon, then his career could very well be over. Another knockout loss or two and he is retired for good, becomes a journeyman or a stepping stone for young and up and coming fighters in order to build their resumes. Wilder has to rebuild his confidence.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by champion4ever
              Normally, I would agree with you but if he doesn't get into the win column soon, then his career could very well be over. Another knockout loss or two and then he is retired for good, becomes a journeyman or a stepping stone for young and up and coming fighters in order to build their resumes.
              Sophisticated fight fans will just wait for the easy touch to do his job and lay down so Wilder can have a false sense of accomplishment vs a ''quality'' HW.

              He's either a contender or a bum beater at this point. No sense in putting it off.

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              • #17
                Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
                78 is right and I just so happen to agree with him. After these last two bouts with Tyson Fury; Deontay could use a break. His last six bouts were against Luis Ortiz, Tyson Fury and Dominic Breazeale.

                In addition, his last two bouts with Tyson Fury were especially brutal where he could have been seriously injured or even lost his life. However, he didn't. Those fights only made him that much tougher, stronger and more determined.

                He needs at least three or four gatekeeping stay busy fights before stepping back into the ring with another contender or champion again. Not against any bums or tomato cans but with good opponents who are clearly past their primes.like: Chisora, Helenius, Kownacki, Wach, Brown or Washington..

                He doesn't need to be cashed out or pimped out by Shelly Finkel for his name by throwing him back in there with the wolves against solid contenders like Andy Ruiz or Anthony Joshua yet.

                He needs to get himself back into the win column first; In order to restore his confidence and to prove that he can still compete and defeat the elite fighters of the heavyweight division
                Jeezuckes! How easy you wanit? Whyte fights an unstable, pale, listless Russian and asks for an "easy" one... Now what would be easy for Wilder maybe him and white could tag team the same opponent. I know a Girl Scout that has a pretty solid left... and there is always a rematch for Deontay with Charlie Z...

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by BodyBagz View Post

                  Sophisticated fight fans will just wait for the easy touch to do his job and lay down so Wilder can have a false sense of accomplishment vs a ''quality'' HW.

                  He's either a contender or a bum beater at this point. No sense in putting it off.
                  He aint getting any younger... I mean these guys dont understand it because they arent experiencing it... You get older... Fight now, I swear the more I see this crap the more I like Chisora... Derrick will fight anyone...

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
                    Normally, I would agree with you but if he doesn't get into the win column soon, then his career could very well be over. Another knockout loss or two and he is retired for good, becomes a journeyman or a stepping stone for young and up and coming fighters in order to build their resumes. Wilder has to rebuild his confidence.
                    No... it does not matter if you win so much. Look at Chisora. You want to fight hard, be competative. Wilder will always be attractive because of his big punch. And punchers, especially in the age of the 12 round championship fight, will always take L.s now and then. Louis was an exception because he fought in an era with 3 more rounds to get the guy... and you have punchers who are closet boxers, like Liston... Liston could have won most of his fights without a big punch...Look at big punchers like Dempsey, Tyson, Foreman... They lost fights.

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                    • #20
                      **** it man I have reverted to my old ways:

                      Beyoncé wilder is the biggest fraud in the history of boxing

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