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    The Daily Bread Mailbag returns with Stephen "Breadman" Edwards tackling topics such as the sensational trilogy fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, a possible fight between Fury and unified champion Oleksandr Usyk, Ray Leonard vs. Robert Duran, and more.
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  • #2
    people are celebrating Wilder's 3 losses in a row a bit too much. He won very few rounds in the series. He has no infighting ability. He has poor defense. Yes, he has heart and determination, but that really only counts if you win. Why would you tell your grandchildren about a guy that lost 3 fights in a row? Looking at his record, it's plain to see that he fought a bunch of stiffs. His excuses following the second fight were downright embarrassing. His lack of character is legendary. He was a participant on the 3 fights with Fury, but there are no participation awards in boxing.
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    • #3
      Ok. Thanks for the Daily Bread Mailbag wilder brown nosing edition! Agreed with almost nothing but it filled 10 mins i guess!
      Earl-Hickey, and 3 others like this.

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      • #4
        I still think Wilder the 2nd best HW.

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        • #5
          It was a one-sided trilogy but it had drama and excitement. In the first fight, there was Fury's boxing punctuated by a few big KDs, in the second fight you had a the change in game plan and complete dominance by Fury and the third fight you had an incredibly violent and grueling fight that made both bite down on their gumshield mentally and physically.

          I'm not a fan of either fighter but I enjoyed the spectacle both provided.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by wrecksracer View Post
            people are celebrating Wilder's 3 losses in a row a bit too much. He won very few rounds in the series. He has no infighting ability. He has poor defense. Yes, he has heart and determination, but that really only counts if you win. Why would you tell your grandchildren about a guy that lost 3 fights in a row? Looking at his record, it's plain to see that he fought a bunch of stiffs. His excuses following the second fight were downright embarrassing. His lack of character is legendary. He was a participant on the 3 fights with Fury, but there are no participation awards in boxing.
            totally agree…celebrating a arrogant protected and babied almost his entire career Wilder get the crap beat out of him twice is strange. Going “out on your shield” face first is nothing noble when u end of with brain damage. Randall “Tex” Cobb should be praised like Wilder for all his “heart, courage , determination while taking a beatdown. Nothing special here.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by IRONCHINHAGLER View Post
              totally agree…celebrating a arrogant protected and babied almost his entire career Wilder get the crap beat out of him twice is strange. Going “out on your shield” face first is nothing noble when u end of with brain damage. Randall “Tex” Cobb should be praised like Wilder for all his “heart, courage , determination while taking a beatdown. Nothing special here.
              Nothing special? He literally fought and almost went the distance with the best HW in the division and he’ll continue to fight. I wonder if some of you are just as miserable in your own life as you are here online.

              If that’s the case prep now for that high blood pressure meds later in life.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by wrecksracer View Post
                people are celebrating Wilder's 3 losses in a row a bit too much.He won very few rounds in the series. He has no infighting ability. He has poor defense. Yes, he has heart and determination, but that really only counts if you win. Why would you tell your grandchildren about a guy that lost 3 fights in a row? Looking at his record, it's plain to see that he fought a bunch of stiffs. His excuses following the second fight were downright embarrassing. His lack of character is legendary. He was a participant on the 3 fights with Fury, but there are no participation awards in boxing.







                that is exactly how I feel about Golovkin

                for 3 fights in a row, he laid a egg... and yet casual fans are still up his ass for some reason

                I do not count Vanes and Rolls... they were shltty opponents, and they were shltty fights... even Wilder selected much better opponents than that

                no matter how much the fans cry about the first fight with Canelo, the following facts exist...

                FACT: in 5 rounds of that fight, ALL THREE JUDGES awarded those 5 rounds to Canelo... and they did that, because they were clean rounds... Canelo CLEARLY won those 5 rounds

                FACT: Golovkin had no answer for Canelo in those 5 rounds... he got CLEARLY, and CLEANLY, outboxed

                FACT: Golovkin was supposed to steam-roll Canelo... that fight was not supposed to be close

                the rematch...

                FACT: Golovkin could not get his game going at all... no trademark body-work... no hunting/trapping his opponent... no overwhelming his opponent and breaking him down with hard debilitating punches... nothing

                at least Wilder got his game going with Fury, dropping him four times

                and against Derevyanchenko... Golovkin laid another egg

                when it came time to step up, Golovkin fell way short against opponents who were supposed to be underdogs... and yet, Wilder was the underdog in at least the last two fights with Fury

                not necessarily arguing with what you said, although I do think that you are over-stating the issue... just saying that everything you said is far more applicable to Golovkin, that it is to Wilder








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                  that post will not be popular

                  but the truth never is







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                  • #10
                    bread saw usyk beat joe joyce........... poor aj has he gone from memory that quick

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