nameless, people care more about BEARS than they do about your predictable, agenda driven garbage.Posted August 22, 2013 1:27 am
” Only the Klitschkos, Haye, and Pulev can box well enough to possibly make this strategy work. ” Which is one reason why I suggested Deontay step right up to the Klitchkos. No one else can contend with his physical attributes except for those at the top of the heavyweight division.Posted August 13, 2013 1:13 am
I`m pretty sure Hatton used pressure on Tszyu.
Maybe Wilder could walk Chisora onto a bomb, but I haven`t seen Wilder walk anyone onto anything. I`ve seen him bully people going forwards, because he has been matched with guys who lose for a living.
Haye walking Chisora onto something, I don`t think is any indication Wilder could. Haye has shown that ability on multiple occasions vs world champions – e.g. the sneaky left while going backwards that signalled the turn vs Mormeck, the straight right down the pipe that put Ruiz down in one round.
Possibly Wilder can do this, I won`t say otherwise, but the fact is at this point he hasn`t, and he hasn`t faced anyone that would force him to.Posted August 12, 2013 10:46 pm
Old Guy…, That’s not the best way to beat Wilder… You never NEVER use pressure on a puncher… That’s suicide… You pressure a boxer, but never a big bomber.
Was Frazier going to pressure Foreman??? Was Peterson going to pressure Matthysse??? GTFOOH
Now you can box Wilder… You can jab him. You can evade his big bombs. You can possibly counter his bigger right swings. Only the Klitschkos, Haye, and Pulev can box well enough to possibly make this strategy work.
I think Vitali is too old.. Wladimir is getting older for sure.. Haye is a small guy but extremely capable.. Pulev lacks experience as much as Deontay does, but his jab is brutal.. He smashes you with the jab..
I want to see a couple of those matchups in the next year or two.Posted August 12, 2013 9:25 pm
It’s Me, Ernie
be*Posted August 12, 2013 8:58 pm
It’s Me, Ernie
Adamek will probably up next for Deontay…Posted August 12, 2013 8:58 pm
Tark- I understand your thought about Arreola. I am just trying to think of who could best employ the winning formula- pressure, pressure, pressure, roughhousing, etc.Posted August 12, 2013 8:48 pm
Dominick Guinn was a good opponent for Adamek… He’s not an opponent for Wilder.
Not unless you want to get him killed… You almost did that with Liakhovich… One smashing blow on Guinn might be really bad for Boxing.Posted August 12, 2013 8:45 pm
Ivan D. ; You sound like a real retard . You keep repeating yourself with every post . Don’t you have anything pertinent to say ? Have you ever seen a fight ? Are you older than 12 ? Why are you on ESB ? Why are they letting you walk around without supervision ? These are just some of the questions prompted by your ” posts ” ! Please stop !Posted August 12, 2013 6:33 pm
4 of these 5 hypothetical opponents would be good ones. Guinn’s only attribute is his ability to not be KOed. Replace him with Jenkins. Winner of Jenkins-Wilder becomes a decent challenger to either K Bro.Posted August 12, 2013 4:47 pm
Guys like Adamek or Boytsov aren’t going to fight Wilder… You might as well try to stage a fight on the moon as get them into a ring with Wilder..
The winner of Mitchell-Arreola might fight Deontay… They’ve already been clobbered by contenders so the money might convince them… Chisora still might consider fighting him… He has already lost a few.
Jennings might fight him… He’s a pretty confident guy… But the list of top opponents who’d be willing isn’t a long one.Posted August 12, 2013 4:08 pm
ray gordon reid
ARROELAPosted August 12, 2013 1:23 pm
STEVE BUNCE.Posted August 12, 2013 11:04 am
Dimitrenko refused to fight either Klitschko… He’s not going anywhere near Wilder. Pulev knocked Dimitrenko out with a jab. Eddie Chambers beat him up and floored him with a step-in left hookPosted August 12, 2013 10:51 am
It’s Me, Ernie
The Pole Dancer would be a good opponent. Adamek would make Deontay earn the inevitable KO in this one…Posted August 12, 2013 10:45 am
Wilder looks great beating up tomato cans and totaly shot has beens.
Guinn would only be interesting to see if WIlder could be the first to stop him and if Guinn could take him past round 4. You could say that about James Toney also.
This kid getting all this press lolPosted August 12, 2013 2:29 am
Winner of Arreola vs Mitchell makes sence 2 me…I’d love 2 c him KO Haye…if he can get thru that bring on the Klitchkos…age has 2 catch up 2 the brothers shortly.Posted August 12, 2013 2:00 am
Proud African, yah you got me on that one. Nice point. But of course I was not referring to Audley but the other guy. Forgot all about Audley and his merit badge.Posted August 12, 2013 12:14 am
Rameriz…., “Arreola ,like Mitchell, would not be a guy that Wilder has to look for and is always happy in a rough fight.”
No he’s not.
Arreola wasn’t happy after his last rough fight… Against an untested guy BTW… He got the living crap knocked out of him.Posted August 12, 2013 12:05 am
Old Guy…. Arreola has no chance in Hell of beating Wilder.. The man would be clubbed down quickly.. He has no defense whatever and he would be smashed with horrendous head shots.
I like Jennings.Posted August 11, 2013 11:59 pm
Jennings vs. Wilder would be a good ‘un. I think Jennings skill & speed beats Wilder though. Plus Jennings can punch pretty hard too.Posted August 11, 2013 10:24 pm
I see Good
Nameless SHAMELESS what ever your handle is. GROW up man.Posted August 11, 2013 10:14 pm
“that was aimed at the know-it-all Hidalgo but it apply to i see good. the only difference is that isee good is 100% a$shole.”
LMAO!Posted August 11, 2013 8:57 pm
I have to agree a prime Mike Tyson would have rocked him. He had a lot of movement coming in and just had such a beastly manner of non stop attacking. I guess you can’t blame Tyson for fighting Lennox for the money. At least he won the first round. Hope his promoting goes well I always liked him. Where’s his heart on his sleeve.Posted August 11, 2013 8:44 pm
Of the Americans, maybe Chris Arreola has the best chance against Deontay- if he muscles him into the corner and roughs him up, keeping him from getting loose……Posted August 11, 2013 8:19 pm
anyone who stays at distance will be murderized by Wilder. Like Teddy Atlas says, it’s about the Geometry (or geography?) of the ring- the way to beat Wilder is to crowd him, stay low, get inside, hook body hook body, uppercut, repeat as necessary. Mike Tyson would have starched this guy. Sergei stayed out at exactly the wrong distance.Posted August 11, 2013 8:16 pm
I’m still a new fan of boxing so lots of these names being tossed around have my head spinning.
I see Good
hecubus And FURTHER more I ONLY state the FACTS. I dont SUGAR COAT anything I tell it the way it is. TRUTH HURTS..Posted August 11, 2013 7:56 pm
I see Good
Joesph Herron well the EXPIMP he did 2 years in JAIL for this I DO NOT LIE.. Hes got 1 problem hes NOT American thats why he will never get RECGONITION. He fights for CANADA. If you watch the FIGHT what did KELLERMAN say???? Within 5 seconds KELLERMAN said immediately “HES NOT READY FOR BERNARD HOPKINS” and his pet dog Lampley fully agreed.. Let the EXPIMP clean out the DIVISION less BELTS for the USA. PRINT THAT ESBPosted August 11, 2013 7:47 pm
I see Good
Hecubus I have NO writting SKILLS I went as far as GRADE 8. ray charles could SEE that. But GOD gave me EYES and I SEE GOOD. Sorry No Autographs todayPosted August 11, 2013 7:42 pm
i see good – you see? look at Joseph Herron’s post….that’s how you make your point like a grown upPosted August 11, 2013 7:14 pm
I agree, I see Good. Adonis seems to be the real deal and is a much smarter fighter than most realize. Because of his power, he doesn’t get the kind of recognition that he deserves for being a solid technical boxer/puncher.
Since working with Emanuel Steward and Sugar Hill, Adonis has really improved every facet of his fight game.
Like him or not, he’s going to be very tough to beat at this stage in his career.Posted August 11, 2013 7:11 pm
I see Good
Joe I stand corrected I should say ex-pimp.. Hes NOW the UNDISPUTED LIGHT HEAVY WEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE WORLD.. Funny how things turn out in life. The Expimp is Fricking STRONG and POWERFULL AND PUNCHES LIKE SUPERMAN as witness on TV in FRONT of ALL American BIAS commentatators, Kellerman, Lampley. Yep just ready to put a BEATING on OLD HOPKINS.Posted August 11, 2013 6:46 pm
give him haye, thompson, arreola, or chisora so we don’t ever have to see any of them against a klit again.Posted August 11, 2013 6:40 pm
How is it that I can watch guys with less then 10 fights with unbeaten records fight other guys with unbeaten records on Friday Night Fights and yet Wilder has taken 30 to fight a guy 5 years past his prime who has lost his last couple of fights by KO?Posted August 11, 2013 6:37 pm
There are enough contenders around for him not to have to face old vets and gatekeepers.Posted August 11, 2013 6:26 pm
I see Good
Johsef herron I ment what I ment. The PIMP Knock out CHAD Dawson LIGHT HEAVY WEIGHT Yes… Why doesnt the PIMP move up to heavy weight. The PIMP can PUNCH!!!! The REAL money is in the HEAVY Weight division. At this time its in Welter weight Junior Middle. look a MAYWEATHER fighting in hand pick fights MAKING millions. The PIMP has NOT had many Amature fights 20 and the fights in jail. Wilder has NO experience EITHER It would be a GREAT match up BOMBS AWAY.Posted August 11, 2013 6:20 pm
I see Good, Adonis and Bermane aren’t the same guy…lolPosted August 11, 2013 5:31 pm
I see Good
The PIMP that just did 2 years in PRISON. Severine, he can PUNCH , he got RID of CHAD DAWSON in QUICK FASHION he should move up and challenge WILDER. BOTH can PUNCH and their fights ONLY go 1 round.Posted August 11, 2013 5:21 pm
I would love to see Deontay work against an athletic fighter like Bye Bye Jennings. But I don’t think main Events are willing to pit their man against a murderous puncher like Deontay just yet.
But if I were kathy Duva, I would sign that fight in a heartbeat. As long as Jennings fought the same way he did Liakhovich, he would have a very good chance of winning a decision against Wilder at this time.
I think his lateral movement, conditioning, and mental toughness would give Wilder a lot of trouble at this time.
Great fight!!Posted August 11, 2013 5:07 pm
He should take on. Guinn i think that id like to see would be a better fight for him think got good skills hard punch and u may laugh but if guinn had 7weeks to prepare or around that and a nice little purse I think the wheels might just fall off the wilder wagonPosted August 11, 2013 5:06 pm
Great post, Terror Tim.
He needs someone who is either going to spread out the ring or make him fight on the inside.
And if GBP tortures us by pitting him against a sparring partner like Dominick Guinn in his next outing, I will personally go piss in Eric Gomez’s cornflakes!!
if the commissions would approve of it, a fighter like Oliver McCall would be a great opponent for Deontay at this time. He has a great chin and the power to test any young fighter.
But realistically, with the buzz that’s been created by this past Saturday’s knock-out, GBP is going to have to stick him in the ring with someone in the top 50 at least.Posted August 11, 2013 4:54 pm
Anyone who can get this guy some rounds. These 90 second fights are doing nothing for his development. I thought Liakovich would do that but he is done. I want to see this guy go 6 or 7 rounds.Posted August 11, 2013 4:28 pm
ray gordon reid
thanks ted the bull kid blastPosted August 11, 2013 4:02 pm
BEARS, go easy on Ray. Please, mate. Thanks.Posted August 11, 2013 3:56 pm
Ray Gordon Reid, Wach is not a bad choice. He has an iron chin and could take Wilder deep.Posted August 11, 2013 3:55 pm
Mitchell would be sedated in round one. A very dangerous fight for someone with a China chin. But if you are into the S part of S & M, it might be interesting. Ugh!Posted August 11, 2013 3:54 pm
Wilder = (???) Gonzalez, but HW’s definitely have no Bowe’s.Posted August 11, 2013 3:53 pm
Lenin, excellent!Posted August 11, 2013 3:52 pm
Love-the-Sport, good stuffPosted August 11, 2013 3:51 pm
LOL Bears !!!!!!Posted August 11, 2013 3:44 pm
@ray- that’s cool ray buti don’t understand why ur telling me this about yourself?Posted August 11, 2013 3:31 pm
I gave my list below. When I say add names I mean to te list I made. Serg lyakhovic is garbage. I’m not impressed with wilders win in theleastPosted August 11, 2013 3:21 pm
ray gordon reid
bears i’ve a boxing fan since i was alittle kidPosted August 11, 2013 3:18 pm
Love the sport- great list I agree with chagaeve and solis to add to that list but not baksPosted August 11, 2013 3:16 pm
It was so obvious that Liakhovich was not prepared mentally for a real fight of any kind but instead just went through the motions – Wilder’s trainer Mark Breland was also an awesome force back in the mid-80′s – was tall and rangy and had a big right hand – and actually had beaten a couple of undefeated no-hopers UNTIL he fought someone who had a solid defense and who actually could fight back – Marlon Starling.Posted August 11, 2013 3:11 pm
Guinn, Cunningham, Scott, Mitchell, Arreola — this a poorly thought-out set of fights for Deontay Wilder. They are a hodgepodge of things. Some will make money. Some will lose money. Some present high risks. Some are boring, bad, and low risk fights.
My suggestion: increase the competition for Wilder with veterans with good names in fights that make money but do not provide huge risk to Wilder. He probably needs 4-5 good fights before he is ready for the big money fights.
I would propose:
– Ruslan Chagaev
These are good fights with good action so they will make some money — but they do not represent big risks for Wilder. After these three, then it would be time to step up and put Wilder in with Arreola, Chisora, Stiverne. If Wilder produced big wins and big knockouts against these six then he would be ready for the elite including Povetkin, Klitshko, and others. I don’t even think Seth Mitchell is a relevant fight. Mitchell would be embarassingly over-matched against Wilder. There is no benefit for Mitchell and boxing to make that fight. You want to Wilder in with good veterans who can help Wilder improve. Mitchell is an inexperienced fighter with no chin. Stupid fight.Posted August 11, 2013 2:43 pm
Hеlеnius is injurеd, pulеv is go аftеr Wlаd
Proud Irishman. said: (“Remember Gold over Bronze anytime!”). Well, Audley Harrison, Gold. Deontay Wilder, Bronze. Guess who won?Posted August 11, 2013 2:06 pm
Am honestly shocked that some deluded fools are already trying to match Wilder’s skill-set to that
I see Good
Great match BATTLE of the PHONIES BABY JOE MESI 29/0 And WILDER 29/0 Yes BOTH are PRETENDERS. ha ha ha ha The KLITCHKOS are hiding under the BED. TERRIFIED to death. ha ha ha haPosted August 11, 2013 1:40 pm
I see Good
nameles your name SPEAKS for its self. It should be BRAINLESS. ha ha h ha These are DESPERATE TIMES for US boxers ESPECIALLY in the heavy weight division. ha ha ha ha ha I SEE GOOD and a 29/0 record of fighting NOBODIES makes me laugh. ha ha ha ha ha. Yes David Haye is JUST WAITING for the K brothers to retire. As LONG as the BELTS STAY out of the USA its A OK with me. Jolly old BROKE ASS ENGLAND will have the beltsPosted August 11, 2013 1:28 pm
I see Good
The KLITCHKOS are the best. No one is disputing that.. When they retire LOUD MOUTH DAVID HAYE will be the NEW KING. Why not put Super star 20/0 PHONEY record in with HAYE.. Haye is SMALLER and HAYE can PUNCH to. Why Haye is DANGEROUS is because he has SKILLS, and is FASTER than WILDER. Haye can punch also. So if a fighter has SKILLS and can PUNCH hs dangerous. Wilder can punch YES but he has NO SKILLS. I put my MONEY on a boxer that has SKILLS and can punch. I HATE Haye but after the KLITCHKOS retire hes the NEXT best thing a BLOWN UP CRUIZER weight sad but true. Thats how BAD the heavy weight division is at this timePosted August 11, 2013 1:23 pm
that was aimed at the know-it-all Hidalgo but it apply to i see good. the only difference is that isee good is 100% a$shole.Posted August 11, 2013 1:18 pm
That means that you are only 95% A$SHOLE not 100%.Posted August 11, 2013 1:15 pm
Hidalgo, you’re actually making some sense, I hate to admit, so I’m cutting you some slack for now.Posted August 11, 2013 1:08 pm
Funny to see BEARS babbling and thinking that anybody cares what he’s saying. LOL, poor devil. Babble, babble.Posted August 11, 2013 1:03 pm
Helnius is the perfect match up for wilder. Not too good, not too bad, the goldy locks oponent so to speak. But where would they fight is the big question.Posted August 11, 2013 12:55 pm
Yes, I say put him in with Wlad or Fury, guys his size. Maybe he KO Wlad, and maybe Wlad KO Wilder. He looks to me to be amateurish, especially when he gets rattled. We need to see him eat a few Wlad jabs and see what his reaction is. Sergei popped him with a few lefts and bopped his head back. A good left hook off a jab will KO him. Guess who owns that combo, only Wladdy himself. Arreola would be a real tough test for the tall skinny guy. Cheers mates !! & remember Gold over Bronze anytime.Posted August 11, 2013 12:37 pm
I meant to say Wilder has incredible physical advantages over all of the five potential opponents which Ramirez listed in his article.Posted August 11, 2013 12:26 pm
It’s “Bermane” Stiverne, not “Bernard” as the author has written, right?
Anyways, with the exception of weight, Wilder has incredible physical advantages over all of his opponents. He has up to nine inches greater reach and he’s as much as five inches taller. For instance, Arreola and Mitchell have a reach of 76″. Wilder’s reach is 84″. Cunningham comes in closest with and 82″ reach but he is substantially shorter than Wilder. And Wilder uses his reach advantage very well. I say pop him right up with one of the Klitschkos. They outweigh him by around 25-30 lbs. but for height a reach, they’re a pretty close matchup. Plus Wilder is young, strong, and fast which are the attributes he’ll need in an attempt to offset the Klitschkos superior skill level.Posted August 11, 2013 12:25 pm
The REAL possible opponents for Wilder
End of list. Anybody else = waste of timePosted August 11, 2013 12:22 pm
Deontay Wilder should move up and fight Helenius.Posted August 11, 2013 12:12 pm
Definetly addhaye to that listPosted August 11, 2013 12:12 pm
First and foremost I have to say this list of proposed opponents for wlder is utter garbage. Wilder is being discussed as maybe the best american heavy. He has damn near 30 fights. Please stop mentioning the bum fights. The only guy on the list that I approve and would be the last guy on my list to I want to see wilder fight is arreola.
Wilder is probably top 10 rght now. He has enriched the heavy division. Its time for him to mix it up with the top contenders. These are the fighters that should be listed as wilder opponents. Helenius, jennings, thompson, chisora, abdusamalov, either fury, pulev, boystov, wish I could say price, stieverne, I would rather watch wilder fight former jennings opponent tuapapoo than anyone on the list in this article.Posted August 11, 2013 12:10 pm
Anyone in the top 15 would do. Thompson at present is the best HW in the US and he is taking on the best HW in Europe……Pulev. That fight will be a war. He could face the loser of that fight or the loser if Haye vs Fury. The winners off course will be moving onto a title shot. Wilder could also face the winner of Arreola vs Michelle. The time to prove himself against 1 or 2 real tests has come. No time for running and hiding. Wilder needs to face at least two well ranked fighters and they will test him just like how david price was tested. Will wilder pass, maybePosted August 11, 2013 11:45 am
Wonder what happened to the legal problem of Wilder? I don’t think a fighter would pay off a victim.Posted August 11, 2013 11:35 am
…and Wilder said that he had no chance against Wlad !Posted August 11, 2013 11:30 am
1) Thompson 2) Areola 3) Jennings !Posted August 11, 2013 11:26 am
McCline: Deontay Wilder is the next great; saw him give Wladimir hard workPosted August 11, 2013 11:26 am
Wilder said that Mago was a bum and that he is ready to kill all the bums in the HW division.
Wilder seems to be out of control, i mean, he said that he already can taste Wlad’s blood.
The promoter of Odlanier Solis is interested in a Wilder bout, I can’t see Wilder’s handlers matching him up with Solis but my respect for Wilder would skyrocket if he took on Solis, don’t be surprised to see Wilder continued to be matched softly.Posted August 11, 2013 11:10 am
I don’t understand why the author i9s offering fighters coming off of a loss instead of the fighters that gave them that loss. Why not Adamek instead of Guinn? Why not Fury instead of USS Cunningham? Why not Chisora instead of Malik Scott? Why not Stiverne instead of Arreola? I’m just saying, Wilder is 29-0, 29 KOs, 6-7 Bronze medalist and seems to be very confident in his skills. I’m ready to see how he handles the big guns at HW not named Kltshko.Posted August 11, 2013 10:57 am
I see Haye, Arreola, Stirviene, Fury all beating Wilder easily. I’d be surprised if they put him in with any of them. I think they are trying to build him up before he gets beat to try to get a Klitschko fight – which he would be made to look like a complete amateur he is.Posted August 11, 2013 10:49 am
how bout david hayePosted August 11, 2013 10:45 am
@knowall Not sure about Lucas browne but id love to see wilder travel to Russia and take on Oleg. He would learn a lot in that atmosphere against one of russias favourite heavyweightsPosted August 11, 2013 10:41 am
Those fights would not be bad, but Helenius, Boystov, Jennings, Solis, and Chisora would also be nice adds to the list.Posted August 11, 2013 10:27 am
I think Arreola will beat Mitchell so Arreola, Jennings, Chisora, Wach, Solis, Boytsov, Abdusalamov. Some fights for Wilder there.Posted August 11, 2013 10:11 am
Theres a lot of fights for Wilder. 1. Chisora- Make this happen in England! 2. Mitchell- His chin is a liability but he does have KO power and is hungry. 3. Arreola- I doubt Wilder can KO Chris, this would be the hardest step up for him. 4. Price- Price has good skills but Thompson might have ruined his confidence. 5. Hellinus- Like with a fight with Chisora, Wilder should go across the pond and prove himself with Hellinus.Posted August 11, 2013 9:55 am
David Haye, Cris Arreola or Bermane Stiverne should be possible next opponents for Wilder should he want to be taken seriously.Posted August 11, 2013 9:51 am
He doesn’t need to fight anymore scrubs, he’s obviouly being protected. Put him in with a real test; 5.Bryant Jennings, 4.Tomaz Adamek, 3.David Haye, 2.Ruslen Chageav, 1.Alexander Povetkin. He’s not guaranteed a victory with anyone of these guys, a REAL test the way it should be…gotta stop babying these fighters, time to man up, you say you’re the best prove it.Posted August 11, 2013 9:47 am
What about the big hitter from Aus browne. Himself not really tested could be interestingPosted August 11, 2013 9:23 am
OlegPosted August 11, 2013 9:13 am
Hey Deontay Wilder,
Danny Williams next! Williams beat Mike Tyson, Kali Meehan, Konstantin Airich and Audley Harrison, so a win over Williams = Wilder is great, and on route to world domination.Posted August 11, 2013 9:04 am
Liahkovich looked like the walking dead before the fight,bone dry,no pep in the step.He looked like a beaten fighter before the bell rung.So overall this fight proved very little,but to be fair Wilder did have good form with his power in this stoppage.Also Grant comes to mind aswell as Price when he stopped Harrison,and stopping Dallas who was most likely a more live wire then Liahkovich at this time.So a good test is still needed Chisora,Boystov,Johnson,are solid fights that would tell a great deal more about Wilder.Posted August 11, 2013 8:29 am
Odlanier Solis, Andy Ruiz, Chris Areaolla, would all beat him imo.Posted August 11, 2013 8:25 am
Except Fury is not an ”Irishman”.Posted August 11, 2013 8:07 am
Cunningham is to small and was knocked out by soft hitting fury. Mittchel will lose against arrello so will be damaged goods again. Gunn will be a good test for his durability so will be good to see what wilder can do when he can’t knock someone out. Scott is a slick fighter and will make it hard for wilder to hit so he will be good test. The best fighter is arello who is all round but it will be unlikely that wilder will be risked against him so only test is Scott and gunn.Posted August 11, 2013 8:00 am
RAY GORDON REID
WACHPosted August 11, 2013 7:12 am
Wilder does NOT need Guinn or Cunningham. Scott or Mitchell would be in the right direction. Even David Price. Liahkovich was a joke from the start, but Wilder’s team knew this. If they build him a pretty record, he will get the big payday. THEN, he will have to step up bigtime. I really think his lack of competition will hurt him. It reminds me of Michael Grant.Posted August 11, 2013 7:09 am
Oleg in russiaPosted August 11, 2013 6:14 am
Cunningham is too small and Dominic Guinn isn’t worldclass anymore the rest sounds good
add Chisora, Price and Wach insteadPosted August 11, 2013 6:12 am
Wilder’s chin has NOT been tested yet. If he gets hit by one of Arreola’s BIG punches, then we’ll know. Wilder is NOT ready for Bermine Stiverne, who fought a near-perfect fight against Arreola.Posted August 11, 2013 6:03 am
Thing is, Arreola needs to get down to about 235.Posted August 11, 2013 5:53 am
Arreola will knockout Mitchell in the first round.Posted August 11, 2013 5:52 am