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  • Joey
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    Joey wrote: View Post

    You've tried saying Wilder is the bigger name before, but it's simply not true. Find ONE time that he has managed to outsell even AJs lowest selling fight. Find one time he's ever made any where close to AJs smallest pay check. I'll save you the time - you can't.

    Wilder is NOT the bigger name. Even with the loss. Tyson Fury is the draw. Not Wilder. How many people went to see Wilder-Ortiz 2? Wilder-Brezeale? How many PPVs? LOL NO ONE. C'mon man. He's a joke of a draw. I mean, you love the guy so much, and you could probably get a ticket to his fights for like $20, because no one is buying them. Go see him live and support him! Prove he's a draw. No?

    As I said, Wilder is the one who just came out and said the Unification won't happen. That's on him. If he wants to be the true undisputed (which he's about 3rd in line at the moment), then he needs more than the WBC.
    You also haven't addressed any of these points above ... which I assume is because you are unable to, but I'll give you another chance. Lol

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  • Joey
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    The Great One wrote: View Post

    Lol. Fury got knocked down TWICE in that fight. Wilder also won some of the early rounds. But somehow Fury won? c'mon Joey.
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    AJ and Fury can team up all they want, it would take a lot more than that to beat Wilder.

    All Wilder need is to land one punch.....and it's night night!
    Do you actually know how Boxing scoring works though? C'mon Rex. Fury won more rounds - ergo - Fury won the fight. It's suuuper simple.

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  • The Great One
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    Joey wrote: View Post

    LOL Fury already did!! He'll do it again. Wonder if we ever see Wilder again after he loses his only lonely belt.
    Lol. Fury got knocked down TWICE in that fight. Wilder also won some of the early rounds. But somehow Fury won? c'mon Joey.
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    AJ and Fury can team up all they want, it would take a lot more than that to beat Wilder.

    All Wilder need is to land one punch.....and it's night night!

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  • Joey
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    The Great One wrote: View Post

    That's cute. They're still not beating Wilder though. Lol.
    LOL Fury already did!! He'll do it again. Wonder if we ever see Wilder again after he loses his only lonely belt.

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  • The Great One
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    Joey wrote: View Post
    Fury graciously accepts AJs offer to help spar/train for Wilder.
    “I would love to have you in camp, really really love to have in camp work out for this fight and give Deontay Wilder a proper beating. I hope you mean it, because I’d love to have you in training camp with me.”
    That's cute. They're still not beating Wilder though. Lol.

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  • Joey
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    Fury graciously accepts AJs offer to help spar/train for Wilder.
    “I would love to have you in camp, really really love to have in camp work out for this fight and give Deontay Wilder a proper beating. I hope you mean it, because I’d love to have you in training camp with me.”

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  • Joey
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    The Great One wrote: View Post

    Last I checked Wilder is the one who's undefeated. 42 wins 0 losses 41 knockouts. Wilder is also the bigger name of the two. AJ on the other hand already has 1 loss in his resume lol. He is the lesser of the 2 champs.

    And again, if AJ is smart he's going to avoid Wilder. His Floyd Mayweather "punch and run" style worked against Ruiz but that's not gonna work against Wilder. All Wilder need is to connect with one punch and it'll be all over lol.
    You've tried saying Wilder is the bigger name before, but it's simply not true. Find ONE time that he has managed to outsell even AJs lowest selling fight. Find one time he's ever made any where close to AJs smallest pay check. I'll save you the time - you can't.

    Wilder is NOT the bigger name. Even with the loss. Tyson Fury is the draw. Not Wilder. How many people went to see Wilder-Ortiz 2? Wilder-Brezeale? How many PPVs? LOL NO ONE. C'mon man. He's a joke of a draw. I mean, you love the guy so much, and you could probably get a ticket to his fights for like $20, because no one is buying them. Go see him live and support him! Prove he's a draw. No?

    As I said, Wilder is the one who just came out and said the Unification won't happen. That's on him. If he wants to be the true undisputed (which he's about 3rd in line at the moment), then he needs more than the WBC.
    Last edited by Joey; Mon Dec 9, 2019, 08:19 PM.

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  • The Great One
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    Joey wrote: View Post

    All that matters is he gets the W. Could have been a more emphatic win, but a W is a W.

    As for "AJ needs to avoid Wilder", Wilder is the one saying the unification "will never happen"... but ya, AJ is the one that's scared. Lol AJ holds all the belts. If Wilder wants them, then he needs to show he is willing. Until then, Wilder is the lesser of the 2 Champs.
    Last I checked Wilder is the one who's undefeated. 42 wins 0 losses 41 knockouts. Wilder is also the bigger name of the two. AJ on the other hand already has 1 loss in his resume lol. He is the lesser of the 2 champs.

    And again, if AJ is smart he's going to avoid Wilder. His Floyd Mayweather "punch and run" style worked against Ruiz but that's not gonna work against Wilder. All Wilder need is to connect with one punch and it'll be all over lol.

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  • Joey
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    The Great One wrote: View Post

    Not impressed with AJ's performance. But he got the W. Wonder what's next for him? I don't want to see another Ruiz fight. I know one thing, he needs to avoid my guy Deontay Wilder. Wilder has shown that he's the best in the world. He's in a league of his own. All he needs is one punch to beat his opponent lol.
    All that matters is he gets the W. Could have been a more emphatic win, but a W is a W.

    As for "AJ needs to avoid Wilder", Wilder is the one saying the unification "will never happen"... but ya, AJ is the one that's scared. Lol AJ holds all the belts. If Wilder wants them, then he needs to show he is willing. Until then, Wilder is the lesser of the 2 Champs.

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  • The Great One
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    Joey wrote: View Post
    AJs the Champ!!
    Not impressed with AJ's performance. But he got the W. Wonder what's next for him? I don't want to see another Ruiz fight. I know one thing, he needs to avoid my guy Deontay Wilder. Wilder has shown that he's the best in the world. He's in a league of his own. All he needs is one punch to beat his opponent lol.

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  • Joey
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    AJs the Champ!!

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  • Joey
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    Man, both of these guys are just so hard to dislike. Complete class acts, the both of them.


    Can't wait for the fight. I think AJ takes it, but honestly, who fuckin' knows anymore. Lol

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  • The Great One
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    One thing i've learned from the Spence/Porter fight last night: Porter is underrated and Spence is massively overrated.

    Bud Crawford is the real king of that division. Pacquiao just right behind him.

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  • The Great One
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    Tyson Fury earned my respect tonight. That was all heart. But damn that was close. I thought the ref would stop the fight.

    Once AGAIN though, Wilder looks like the BEST of the three. Joshua got his ass kicked by Ruiz. And Fury almost lost to fuckin Otto Wallin.

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  • slaw
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    The Great One wrote: View Post
    Loma demolished Campbell as expected. I don't understand though why he's not interested in moving up? If he is that great (I think he is)why not move up? Floyd moved up 4 weight classes, Pacquiao moved up so many weight classes I've lost count. Fight Crawford at 140, fight Pacquiao at 140, fight Garcia at 140. Those are big fights.

    Lomachenko is too small? he's the same size as Pacquiao who's a welterweight. Pacquiao also once fought in the middleweight division, I remember him demolishing Margarito who's a big middleweight. I think Lomachenko has potential to be as good as Pacquiao.

    The only potential Lomachenko super fight out there in the 130-135 division is Gervonta Davis.
    The Davis fight will only happen if Merryweather is positive he can beat Loma. Don't see Floyd risking Davis at this age.

    Loma probably needs to look at 130 or 126 but he also wants to unify so he'll fight Commey next year I imagine. Don't see him going up to 140. Not everyone's body is the same despite appearances or measurements - just cause he could fight at 140 doesn't mean he'd be good at 140.

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