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  • champion4ever
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    It's too late Eddie. He's fighting Fury instead.

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  • Brettcappe
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    Originally posted by alexguiness View Post
    Neither of these fights are really that interesting TBH.

    Whyte and Chisora are decent HW contender types, but not really a challenge for a guy like Wilder.

    Whyte would be stopped within 6 rounds, Chisora may last longer but at the expense of huge punishment.
    Couldn't agree more Alex. Why do they put Whyte on a pedestal? Are they reaching for contenders out of Great Britain? Wilder is out of his league! Ducking him? He couldn't be bothered!

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  • alexguiness
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    Neither of these fights are really that interesting TBH.

    Whyte and Chisora are decent HW contender types, but not really a challenge for a guy like Wilder.

    Whyte would be stopped within 6 rounds, Chisora may last longer but at the expense of huge punishment.

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  • Laligalaliga
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    Originally posted by Brettcappe View Post
    The only cracks are the ones between your unbrushed teeth. Whyte is a bum and only time will tell!
    how come wilder is avoiding this bum like a plague despite coming with a highest payday for him.
    I didn't know you are this dull.

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  • Brettcappe
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    Originally posted by Laligalaliga View Post
    Lolx.... Buddy, can you pass me the crack you on?
    The only cracks are the ones between your unbrushed teeth. Whyte is a bum and only time will tell!

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  • P4Pdunny
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    Wilder should take this, he dispatches of both comfortably

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  • Outwest Exp 355
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    Originally posted by Muz View Post
    Third world culture. It's all you have . Which is why fighters like Wilder get to duck, dodge and run from fights, just like third world countries do, which is why they lose.
    Third world country lol. I was born in Los Angeles.

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  • Muz
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    Originally posted by Pan-Africanist View Post
    Child please you donít want to get into cultures. Now go outside and play.
    Third world culture. It's all you have . Which is why fighters like Wilder get to duck, dodge and run from fights, just like third world countries do, which is why they lose.

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  • keepemup
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    Originally posted by jreckoning View Post
    The only business Wilder would do with Hearn is for Joshua. No way he takes a Chisora fight. It would be a pride thing with him.
    Perhaps, but I don't think it would be all that bad. He(Wilder) gets to fight a very good competition than he should beat in all likelihood, get a nice payday and increase his profile. That's what I would call a win-win-win.

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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
    How could you say that about your fellow compatriot? After all he is undefeated and never lost his titles in the ring.

    He is the lineal champion no matter what you say. A win over him will definitely put Wilder over among boxing fans and in some very unfamiliar territory among the elites in the heavyweight division.

    Frank Warren has pissed all over Eddie Hearn's huge big NYC announcement for Wilder's next potential fight with Dillian Whyte.
    So I can't say the truth because Fury is my fellow Brit? Erm, no.

    But Fury isn't elite at this time. Did you not see his last outing? No matter how many times you try and twist this situation, Fury at this time means less than nothing. The fact you're trying to make it out to be something it isn't truly shows how low you really view Wilder to be. Come on, you can do much better than this. Have some dignity and some self respect. This is pitiful.

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