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  • chaos
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    Originally posted by Damn Wicked View Post
    Definitely not a coward. He's a tough warrior that just got a beat down tonight. No shame in trying.
    If he's not a coward then why didn't he fight Wlad to unify? Why Why was it Fury and AJ, both younger than him and with significantly fewer fights (ie less experience) who both stepped up to the long dominant guy in the division? Who has he beat of significance other than a geriatric Cuban and an internet troll?

    He was a cancer on the division who won a paper belt and held it hostage for years by cherry-picking.

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  • hugh grant
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    Wilder isn't finished. He is good. But fury is the best of this era. No shame in losing twice to the gipsy king. Wilders ko percentage will have gone down now though. And if he fights the best of the rest, his ko percentage might be similar to mike Tyson and co.

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  • Pretty Boy32
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    Originally posted by nacho daddy View Post
    you black supremacists aint to happy that wilder got beaten to a pulp by a crazy white boy hahahahah
    looooooooooooooool he really is mad

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  • Pretty Boy32
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    Originally posted by Queen_Leia View Post
    Go play in traffic with your mother...YDKSAB.

    Joshua lost last year, is he finished? What about Alvarez losing to Mayweather, was he finished?

    Again... the freeway awaits you and your old lady.
    None of the above where outclassed in the manner that Deontay “coward phaggot” wilder was lastnight. He is one dimensional that relies on his right and right hand only. When the going gets tough he has not got the in ring IQ to adapt.

    Not only is he a coward but he is an uneducated bum. Last nights fight reminded me of Prince Naseem vs Barrera (albeit that fight was closer.) I think Wilder will have a similar reaction as Hamed.

    In short, you too are an uneducated coward (likely with cornrows.) Go throw yourself off a cliff with the pig whose ass you came out off at birth.

    Phaggot.

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  • davef
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    Glad Tyson won he is the best in the division and proved it by doing what no one expected

    As for wilder full respect he took these fights when so many boxers are denying us big fights he will be back

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  • Tatabanya
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    Originally posted by nacho daddy View Post
    wilder never had balance.
    That's right indeed. That was the main reason why I placed the same identical bet in the two fights: Fury by KO, plus peanuts on a draw.

    I always thought that Wilder's muscular but thin physique - especially the legs - would not assist him in a physical war against a massive (talented) HW. The first time, Fury threw away the win by clowning when it was time to put pedal to the metal. Last night he showed that the lesson was learned.
    Last edited by Tatabanya; 02-23-2020, 07:17 AM.

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  • nacho daddy
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    Originally posted by tatabanya View Post
    with a busted eardrum and no balance, it's a miracle wilder was still there in the 7th. Unless his soul has been completely shattered by this loss, i'd still love to watch him knock hype jobs like hrgovic out cold.

    Incidentally, i hope these two (wilder and fury, i mean) fight 40 times. I won my bets on both fights
    wilder never had balance.

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  • nacho daddy
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    Originally posted by Queen_Leia View Post
    Go play in traffic with your mother...YDKSAB.

    Joshua lost last year, is he finished? What about Alvarez losing to Mayweather, was he finished?

    Again... the freeway awaits you and your old lady.
    you black supremacists aint to happy that wilder got beaten to a pulp by a crazy white boy hahahahah

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  • PRINCEKOOL
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    Well it is quite alarming the lack of actual boxing skill Wilder has 'And surely he only has himself to blame? He is a multi-talented athlete who could of played at a high level in basketball etc surely if he really focused, those transferable skills could HELP him learn the real art of boxing 'From now on, Wilder needs to train like he can't punch' he needs to train as if he is Paulie Malignaggi. There is no questioning Wilder's gameness, and BRAVERY 'But that last night was a great performance from Fury, but amateurish from Deontay Wilder'.

    I predict that Wilder is ether going to change trainers, or bring in somebody new etc Or at-least his training will seek help himself, in order to improve his game 'Wilder literally has nothing but power, and that power may also be overrated' Is Wilder still the hardest hitting heavyweight of all time? I don't think he is, YOU will not see a single post of mine where I have stated that Wilder's offense/power is the most powerful of all-time.

    Note: I am made up Tyson Fury as won.

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  • james240
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    Originally posted by TMLT87 View Post
    He will probably go back to fighting none top 10 level guys for a bit then maybe they will try and cash him out completely against Joshua if Joshua loses to Fury.

    Hes still a big puncher and has a great punchers chance against anyone, but in case it wasnt already apparent before this, hes seriously one dimensional and not very durable once he meets resistance. I think his team have always known his limitations which is precisely why hes barely faced anyone of note in a 12 year, 40+ fight career.
    Its amazing how you can build a career on just knocking out journeymen, his real first test was against a 39yr old Ortiz who almost dropped him.

    Kudos to him and his management managed to make 50-60m boxing career, but yer i have never seen such a limited fighter if he didnt have the genetic power he would be as bad as his brother.

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