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I think we can all agree, Deontay wilder is finished + is a coward

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  • Tatabanya
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    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

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  • Queen_Leia
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    Originally posted by Pretty Boy32 View Post
    He is a one handed bum. His career is over

    Good bye Deontay. You won’t be missed
    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.

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  • TMLT87
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    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.

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  • shahida TKO
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    hes not a coward but he chose boxing for money, fury was born to box

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  • dibzvincent143
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    Naaaa, he still have good fights in him. Aj vs wilder. ruiz vs wilder. Whyte vs wilder.

    Got his ass handed to him last night though and it was an amazing performance by fury

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  • Toffee
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    Certainly not a coward.

    But an elite boxer he isn't.

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  • Spray_resistant
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    Originally posted by Scopedog View Post
    On the contrary, you have to give the man respect for giving tough rematches that he probably didn't need to. He didn't need to fight Luis Ortiz again and if he really wanted to he could have taken away his draw in the first Fury fight safe in the knowledge that he would still be WBC champion. In this fight he stuck in there and kept trying despite not having a hope in hell's chance past round 3. Of all the criticisms you can aim at him, I don't think lack of heart is a good one.
    Exactly, definitely a tough guy, I saw his corner and other officials trying to give him a way out before the start of rd 7, he wouldn't quit got off his stool to try and march out there.

    If he decides to continue he really should work on developing defensive skills, a more diverse variety of punches, and well.....boxing acumen.

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  • Scopedog
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    On the contrary, you have to give the man respect for giving tough rematches that he probably didn't need to. He didn't need to fight Luis Ortiz again and if he really wanted to he could have taken away his draw in the first Fury fight safe in the knowledge that he would still be WBC champion. In this fight he stuck in there and kept trying despite not having a hope in hell's chance past round 3. Of all the criticisms you can aim at him, I don't think lack of heart is a good one.

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  • Damn Wicked
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    Definitely not a coward. He's a tough warrior that just got a beat down tonight. No shame in trying.

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  • Spray_resistant
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    Nah, he still could win some big fight after a rest and a few tunups.

    That said, he got his a$$ handed to him last night, great win for Fury.

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