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Old 06-03-2019, 12:45 PM #25
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Originally Posted by Bronx23 View Post
Every time Andy let off a flurry AJ looked like a person who's never been hit before, like he was panicking.
And that's Wilders style all day

AJ needs to drastically tighten up that defense or he's done.

He has a ramrod jab but doesn't know how to use it. If he did he coulda had Andy walking face 1st into it all night.
He did a decent job early on of sticking Ruiz with his jab as he tried to come in, mainly in the 1st and 2nd. Nowhere near enough though.

Most of the heavyweights, when they get tagged or dropped, go into their shell, cover up and move backwards.

That's what AJ was expecting Ruiz to do, but Ruiz came back swinging and got the KD.

Then when Joshua was under heavy fire that's just what he did, covered up and moved backwards -- and he's a HUGE target to hit, too easy for someone with the speed and accuracy of Ruiz.

I agree with you on all points. I'm not that confident in AJ's ability to drastically improve his defense at this point.

Plus he gasses easily and he's a big muscly oaf -- mix that with a weak chin and you get an opponent that, if you hurt him bad enough, you can probably stop him because that dude is not gonna recover well.
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