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Old 05-19-2019, 06:30 AM #25
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You guys saying that he would beat prime Iron Mike are idiots! You are a completely delusional fanboy if you really think so. Mike wouldn't take more than 3 rounds to ko him. Wilder is dependent on his right hand and he needs to throw it from long range in order to get the leverage on his straight right for the full power and it's not nearly as effective when thrown shorter than that. Mike would make him miss with his windmills and get underneath it with his ATG upper body movement and would hurt him bad with the very first counter. Also Mike had an iron chin, just watch the two Ruddock fights, when he was already out of his prime and not using nearly as much of his upper body movement as he used to, nor the same footwork and defense. He got hit with a tone of Ruddock's bombs and still beat him twice. 8 years past his prime he was taking Holyfield's bombs, than about 15 years past his prime, it took Lewis 8 rounds of hitting him with the kitchen sink in order to KO him and from what I remember Tyson still wasn't unconscious on the canvas, just too tired, hurt and discouraged to continue. Tyson would show Deontay the angles he've never seen. The reason I think it would take him, if not one round, than two rounds to KO him is because Wilder would be hurt no later than after throwing a first hard punch. He has no balance nor technique and when he's putting his whole weight behind his punches and missing with them, it would double the impact of the already heavy-handed Tyson's counters. I feel stupid for even having to break down for you something that a 5 year old boy would get.
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