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  • Boxing-1013
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    Originally posted by TMLT87 View Post


    So AJ is much more protected than other top HWs but in spite of that also has multiple bad losses unlike them. He must really suck huh?
    He has one bad loss, Usyk was not terrible, at this time. It depends on what else Usyk does at HW.

    But yes you said it. He has been extremely protected and even with that has a bad loss and nothing really that impressive. And another disappointing loss/performance.

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  • TMLT87
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    Originally posted by Boxing-1013 View Post

    Any of the other top guys. They don't have any bad losses, and they haven't been nearly as protected as AJ.

    So AJ is much more protected than other top HWs but in spite of that also has multiple bad losses unlike them. He must really suck huh?

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  • Boxing-1013
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    Originally posted by TMLT87 View Post

    Okay, but who are you comparing him to exactly?
    Any of the other top guys. They don't have any bad losses, and they haven't been nearly as protected as AJ.

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  • TMLT87
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    Originally posted by Boxing-1013 View Post

    I don't care about a guy cherrypicking some other guy that some organization has ranked in the top 10, fighting him at home, and almost always winning a rather unimpressive fight that has some level of minor controversy.

    Isn't it clear to you that AJ and co. could only compile a list like that because they had star power, and could carefully select fighters to fight at home, that they knew they could get the result against, since they were at home, if push came to shove?

    He took 3 semi risks in his whole career - Wlad, Ruiz 1 and Usyk. 1-2. And none were really crazy risks at all.
    Okay, but who are you comparing him to exactly?

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  • Boxing-1013
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    Originally posted by Pac=Duran View Post

    And guys like Wilder never even fought Del Boy
    Wilder's last 6 fights were Fury 3x, and Ortiz 2x and then Breazeale,

    5 of those fights are definitely better than Chisora. You understand that right?

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  • Boxing-1013
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    Originally posted by TMLT87 View Post

    We can argue all day about the quality of the wins, but its just a fact that he was fighting guys that were ranked in the top 10 at a rate that other HWs werent.
    I don't care about a guy cherrypicking some other guy that some organization has ranked in the top 10, fighting him at home, and almost always winning a rather unimpressive fight that has some level of minor controversy.

    Isn't it clear to you that AJ and co. could only compile a list like that because they had star power, and could carefully select fighters to fight at home, that they knew they could get the result against, since they were at home, if push came to shove?

    He took 3 semi risks in his whole career - Wlad, Ruiz 1 and Usyk. 1-2. And none were really crazy risks at all.

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  • Pac=Duran
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    Originally posted by _Rexy_ View Post

    ****ing Del Boy has fought most of those guys.
    And guys like Wilder never even fought Del Boy

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  • Boxing-1013
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    Originally posted by _Rexy_ View Post

    ****ing Del Boy has fought most of those guys.
    Thank you.....

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  • Boxing-1013
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    Originally posted by Pac=Duran View Post

    Klitschko, Whyte, Takam, Parker, Povetkin

    Who else was fighting guys of this calibre? Wilder ran from Povetkin and was never in a million years going to go near Klit
    Lol Povetkin did test positive for PEDs, and Wilder was going to fight him in Russia, 2.5 years before AJ fought him. Hard to fault Wilder for that one.

    Wlad, Takam and Povetkin were on average almost 39 years old in those fights lol. And again they were all at home.

    And Takam and Povetkin? I mean Povetkin was a really good fighter at one point, but Takam was never really exceptional. And again both were pushing 40.

    How can anyone really get excited over who AJ faced, especially considering they were all at home? And no win (besides Wlad) was really done in impressive fashion.

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  • _Rexy_
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    Originally posted by Pac=Duran View Post

    Klitschko, Whyte, Takam, Parker, Povetkin

    Who else was fighting guys of this calibre? Wilder ran from Povetkin and was never in a million years going to go near Klit
    ****ing Del Boy has fought most of those guys.

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