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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 11:10 pm 
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It was my observation when I saw how Deontay Wilder were knocking out opponents. His goal is to break Floyd's record of 50 perfect wins. For me, only, the likes of Ali could stop him. Excited to see Joshua vs Wilder.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 8:03 am 
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Floyd's 50 wins is not a record.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 8:55 am 
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Joshua will ko Wilder if he can get past Parker..
Joshua's punches are much stronger than Ortiz's.
But i doubt if Joshua can take Parker's power.
Therefore, Parker is the modern George Foreman.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:06 am 
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wilder vs joshua is a 50-50 fight but i go for wilder

the only boxer i know that will toy wilder is tyson fury

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 1:03 pm 
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Indomitable_Soldier wrote:
It was my observation when I saw how Deontay Wilder were knocking out opponents. His goal is to break Floyd's record of 50 perfect wins. For me, only, the likes of Ali could stop him. Excited to see Joshua vs Wilder.


That's a bold claim. Wilder was losing the first 4 rounds. He was very reluctant and bit tentative.

Lenow Lewis will KO him in later rounds, a prime Tyson would massacre him inside 3 and prime Klitschko will beat him as well.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 2:18 pm 
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goldunderfire wrote:
Indomitable_Soldier wrote:
It was my observation when I saw how Deontay Wilder were knocking out opponents. His goal is to break Floyd's record of 50 perfect wins. For me, only, the likes of Ali could stop him. Excited to see Joshua vs Wilder.


That's a bold claim. Wilder was losing the first 4 rounds. He was very reluctant and bit tentative.

Lenow Lewis will KO him in later rounds, a prime Tyson would massacre him inside 3 and prime Klitschko will beat him as well.


it's useless to debate on what if fights

those boxers can lose to wilder at any given night
one punch can end a fight

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 2:47 pm 
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Indomitable_Soldier wrote:
It was my observation when I saw how Deontay Wilder were knocking out opponents. His goal is to break Floyd's record of 50 perfect wins. For me, only, the likes of Ali could stop him. Excited to see Joshua vs Wilder.


I admire Deontay Wilder's heart, but I believe Luis Ortiz was slightly ahead before the stoppage. Ortiz was countering Wilder well and he almost took out the champ. The Ortiz fight is a good experience for Wilder. There are alot of things he needs to improve.

That Floyd 50-0 record is pretty much overblown by many. It's a useless record. Ever heard of Julio Cesar Chavez and Ricardo Lopez? Chavez was 89-0 at one point and Finito retired 51-0.

Lennox Lewis would knockout Wilder. The guy is too open and he punches pretty wild. Lewis' right would connect all day. Vitali Klitschko would KO Wilder easy. Vitali has a solid chin and he has pretty good timing. He'll catch Wilder sooner or later. A prime Mike Tyson would KO him as well. Mike would slip most of Wilder's punches and take him out easy. I don't even know if Wilder can beat Anthony Joshua and he's not even an all-time great.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 3:47 pm 
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isa tama lang ang kailangan ni wilder kahit tambak na sa puntos
matibay tibay pa naman. mahina panga ni joshua

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 3:55 pm 
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FunkyDog wrote:
isa tama lang ang kailangan ni wilder kahit tambak na sa puntos
matibay tibay pa naman. mahina panga ni joshua


Wilder has been KO'd in the amateurs with headgear on.


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the guy has serious power. it only takes one punch and tyson, lewis, ali, norton, etc to be sent to dreamland

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 4:05 pm 
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sa haba ng 12 rounds
mahirap hindi ka tamaan ni wilder kahit isa lang
panoorin nyo mga laban nya. lagi dehado sa palitan ng suntok
at puntusan. pero isang suntok lang talaga para maging noodles ang mga paa ng
mga kalaban at pauulanin ka na ng whirlwind punches :D

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Barabara bay style ni wilder :lol: :) :) :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:44 am 
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pag natinag kana ni wilder tapos kana
dahil kahit naka high guard kana
tatalbog lang sa bungo mo ang sarili mong mga
gloves pag naka high guard kana dahil sa lakas ng impact

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:59 am 
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I admire Deontay Wilder's heart, but I believe Luis Ortiz was slightly ahead before the stoppage. Ortiz was countering Wilder well and he almost took out the champ. The Ortiz fight is a good experience for Wilder. There are alot of things he needs to improve.

That Floyd 50-0 record is pretty much overblown by many. It's a useless record. Ever heard of Julio Cesar Chavez and Ricardo Lopez? Chavez was 89-0 at one point and Finito retired 51-0.

Lennox Lewis would knockout Wilder. The guy is too open and he punches pretty wild. Lewis' right would connect all day. Vitali Klitschko would KO Wilder easy. Vitali has a solid chin and he has pretty good timing. He'll catch Wilder sooner or later. A prime Mike Tyson would KO him as well. Mike would slip most of Wilder's punches and take him out easy. I don't even know if Wilder can beat Anthony Joshua and he's not even an all-time great.


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I agree with all your points above. Good post.
Wilder is beatable by Joshua.

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wooks425 wrote:
That Floyd 50-0 record is pretty much overblown by many. It's a useless record. Ever heard of Julio Cesar Chavez and Ricardo Lopez? Chavez was 89-0 at one point and Finito retired 51-0.


Wanheng Menayothin will soon be equal to AXF...

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wilder vs joshua is a 50-50 fight but i go for wilder

the only boxer i know that will toy wilder is tyson fury


Wilder's chance vs. AJ I think is a "lucky" punch...

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