@ Dionysus: Thanks my friend!Posted September 13, 2013 1:57 am
Seth with a good record, just won a revenge match against his only loss… Considered to be a top American. Arreola coming of a defeat… That’s whatPosted September 12, 2013 2:41 pm
Dionysus, so what exactly did Seth Mitchell have to offer for Arreola???Posted September 12, 2013 2:33 pm
Well, I think it’s the combination that he has nothing to offer, it’s a step back and their is on some level a questionable amount of danger for anyone who fights wilder. You habeem a good weekend too bro.Posted September 12, 2013 7:07 am
@ Dionysus: I agree. I’d still like to see Arreola fight him but I’m like you- I think it’d be a backwards step for Arreola. I’d like to see Arreola CRUSH Wilder like he did Mitchell, and I think he would. It’d just all weird to me because I’m quite sure Arreola would knockout Wilder quickly, yet he doesn’t want to fight him, but I think it’s like you said, it’d be a backwards step. I think Arreola just has bigger fish to fry. Have a good weekend.Posted September 12, 2013 3:37 am
Yeah, the fight they had I mean. Cris didn’t run from VK who was much more proven and had a far stronger resume and a belt. Wilder has nothing to offer Arreola and it’d be a step backwards because Wilder has nobody of reference to show why he deserves Arreola. I firmly believe if its not Arreola, some other guy with no fear is gonna take to running across te ring and maul Wilder on the inside(Tyson Like) and Wilder will react like Lucien Bute against Froch.Posted September 12, 2013 12:36 am
@ Dionysus: Areola’s gonna fight Vitali AGAIN?! I’m a big Arreola fan but I don’t think he’ll beat Vitali. Hopefully you’re talking about their first fight. I do think Arreola has a better chance with Wlad, but Arreola needs to avenge the Stiverne loss. Still kinda wondering why Arreola doesn’t want to fight Wilder, but maybe it is a step backwards. Your thoughts?Posted September 11, 2013 11:49 pm
Tark, you repeated exactly what I said in your own rewording. Only one thing you omitted, what does he have that would be worth while for Arreola? He has nothing and it would be a step backwards. It’s a risk too. But I think Cris has taken a bigger risk fighting a much tougher opponent in VK. It was worth it though, because of what Vitali had to offer that Wilder does not.Posted September 11, 2013 10:26 pm
@ KL: Hey man, you might be right. It is weird that Arreola doesn’t want to fight Wilder, because he says he’s not afraid of anything. You have a VERY good point KL. I still think Arreola would beat Wilder though. @ CHRIS ARREOLA: FIGHT DEONTAY WILDER!!Posted September 11, 2013 1:21 pm
Anonymous, Wilder has called out Areola, so you know at least Wilder is game about getting in with a decent opponent, you can’t knock Wilder for that…..even if you think he is a fraud.Posted September 11, 2013 10:25 am
Bluesman, nobody is going to know what the situation would be regarding Vitali and the WBC belt for at least 4 months……so any potential rematch with Stiverne isn’t going to be available probably at the earliest March 2014.
Arreola wants nothing to do with Wilder. Arreola has never lost to a fellow American. The only 2 American contenders I see being brave enough to get int with Wilder is Tony “Tiger” Thompson or Johnathon Banks.Posted September 11, 2013 10:02 am
Wilder needs to step up his quality (there has been none of that so far) of opposition. He should either fight Bryant Jennings or Andy Ruiz. Arreola wants to fight Stiverne so he can avenge that loss and get a title shot. Saying Arreola is ducking Wilder is like saying that Vitali Klitshcko was ducking Hasim Rahman back when Vitali postponed his fight with Rahman due to injuries- in other words: SILLY, UNFOUNDED & RIDICULOUS.Posted September 11, 2013 5:09 am
Arreola would CRUSH Wilder. Wilder hasn’t fought anyone of note and so far has been fighting people who aren’t even 1/4 worthy of the Bum Of the Month Club that Joe Louis had. Wilder is untested.Posted September 11, 2013 5:03 am
Dionysus.., Arreola didn’t run from Vitali.. That was a title fight and Vitali was 38 years old. That’s the age Ali was when he fought Holmes. What are you fighting for if you won’t take 5 million dollars and a shot at the Heavyweight Championship???
But Wilder is a young guy and a very powerful puncher. Yes. Chris is duckin’Posted September 11, 2013 2:04 am
Wilder’s chin needs to be tested, but he shouldn’t do it against Arreola. If he has a Seth-Mitchell chin it could be bad. Wilder should fight Jonathan Banks to make sure he has some kind of a chin.Posted September 10, 2013 11:28 pm
And that my friend,…. Is like polishing a turd. It will accomplish nothing.Posted September 10, 2013 10:49 pm
If Arreola fought Wilder for peanuts and smashed him out and stopped the wilder hype propaganda machine in its tracks. The feedback would be swift about Arreola beating a guy who was untested and nothing more than a bum-slayer.Posted September 10, 2013 10:41 pm
NOT going to fight him… Wilder will have to find another contender because Chris is chicken.Posted September 10, 2013 9:54 pm
We do not even know if Wilder can go 5 rounds. Arreola will put on the pressure and be in Wilders face, and that will take away the Wilder ability to land a right bomb. Plus I don’t think Wilder likes to get hit, and Arreola will hit him and the inclose fighting will be dominated by Arreola. Arreola is all fighter and will take the skinny guy Wilder. For gosh sakes Arreola got up, he got up from that Stiverne right hand bomb that broke his nose in four places and went on to loose a ud only by way of his game plan changing because he could not breathe through his nose. Anybody else would have stayed on the mat and been counted out by that Stiverne punch. Arreola takes out Wilder!!!Posted September 10, 2013 7:20 pm
This Wilder kid is going hard for the mantle, and apparently would like to fight in Montgomery, Alabama!Posted September 10, 2013 4:35 pm
It’s Me, Ernie
And they wonder why they’re Tier Four posters…Posted September 10, 2013 4:27 pm
He is looking good but we havnt seen wilders metal tested yet. needs to up the competition level.Posted September 10, 2013 4:21 pm
Hell yeah!! Don’t compare TARK with Hecdog man…!!!
TARK is worse than Hecdog!!!Posted September 10, 2013 3:53 pm
UK, keep clinging to s**t from 15 years ago, idiot. Wilder is a FRAUD and he will be exposed as such as soon as he fights someone ranked. Tired of the hype.Posted September 10, 2013 3:38 pm
TJ.., Don’t compare me with Hecdog man… He’s a one-note pony who loves Pacquiao and hates Mayweather.
I like both Pacquiao and Mayweather.. I like Canelo too.. In fact I was a big fan of Tommy Hearns, Ray Leonard, Marvin Hagler, Roberto Duran, and Muhammad Ali — all those old boys people always accuse me of hating on.
I just try to get people to be realistic and see both sides of a matchup. People always venerate the old boys and bash contemporary fighters. It was no different 50 years ago. Boxing, like every other sport, makes small gains in technique, equipment, and training methodology from generation to generation.
If that WERE NOT true there would be as many Olympic records that were set in the 1960’s as were set in 2012. And there’s always excuses for the losses of the venerated idols of the past, “The heat beat Sugar Ray…not Maxim.” and “Don’t speak ill of faithfully departed ATGs” … whatever.
If Floyd loses he will be bashed and trashed with irrational exuberance for days, weeks, months, and years—or until Floyd haters keel over from exhaustion. No excuses work when you’re talking about contemporary fighters. It’s fair game to rip them up, down, and sideways until the cows come home.Posted September 10, 2013 3:36 pm
I have a hard time believing that. His management knows SOMETHING! Whether he’s chinny or not smart/able to learn things, runs out of gas quick… Something is up!Posted September 10, 2013 2:44 pm
Swedish Boxing Fan
Hey we must give the 2008 Olympic Bronze medalist Deontay Wilder som decent credit. He have won 29 fights ALL by KO, knocked-out former WBO world heavyweight champ Sergie Liakhovich in 1 round along with KO’d former world title challangers Audley Harrison 1st round (yeah not great) and Owen Beck inside 3 rounds. The guy has great streangh and punchpower and his height of 201cm and big reach of 213cm all tells he has some advantages. His only problem is that he lacks longer round expearence and that he started his PRO career a bit later. His chin? well that is about to see but I guess its nothing wrong with it more then any else top heavyweight. I would love to see Wilder take out Chris Arreola early.Posted September 10, 2013 2:20 pm
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. The Lion King of Beat Street)
I’m not going to waste my time talking about Wilder until he actually beats a contender ranked in the Top 15-20. For all we know he has a glass jaw and will dropped like a bad habit the first time he steps into the ring with a ranked Super HW with serious skills, power and a solid chin.Posted September 10, 2013 1:31 pm
TARK again…Posted September 10, 2013 1:29 pm
I definitely don’t think Wilder is talented enough at this point and may never be. He’s got hella power though.Posted September 10, 2013 12:59 pm
I agree Ernie….. TJ dont know it, he cant back up the tark storyPosted September 10, 2013 11:10 am
It’s Me, Ernie
LOL @ BUSTAJAY…Posted September 10, 2013 11:06 am
It’s Me, Ernie
Tark Tark Tark, after I stuck up for you you still throw a jab back at me? Sorry, I’m not Murphy, you need to understand there are several posters besides myself who see right through your antics. Like you, I don’t threaten posters on the net, it’s just plain silly.
To the poster below who believes Tark’s fantasy regarding the training of several champion fighters:
He may have, but he just can’t remember their names. He’s been asked several times, but just can’t remember, basically that means it’s just more of his bs…Posted September 10, 2013 11:05 am
CRAP…. I forgot this was about Big Chris and Wilder.Posted September 10, 2013 10:54 am
rod thanks broPosted September 10, 2013 10:43 am
I would give Wilder a better chance of beating Klitschko than Fury. As much as I trash Wilder for his faux record, he has a massive punch and I not anyone else can dispute that. I think if he landed that on pretty much anyone it would be a real bad day. He’s just not polished (at least this far). Fury on te other hand is a bit more polished and is light on his feet, but he lacks big power and even though he is somewhat polished he is still nowhere near the caliber of polished that Wlad is. So I would actually say he has little to no chance of beating Wlad in my opinion.Posted September 10, 2013 10:21 am
The Heavyweight Division, whilst still relatively short of actual talent, at least appears to be starting to display a little competitiveness that has been sorely lacking for many years. Deontay Wilder is powerful and athletic but is yet to face a threat worthy of his potential.
uk interesting comment. I think any reasonably good heavy with brutal KO power is a threat to wlad. Styles make figthts and wlad for all of his victories has only fight 1 tall heavy, Wach and he was super slow. Maybe Fury or Wilder have a good chance, much better than Pianetta, Chambers or Mormeck.Posted September 10, 2013 10:03 am
uk interesting comment. I think any resonably good heavy with brutal KO power is a threat to wlad. Styles make figthts and wlad for all of his victories has only fight 1 tall heavy, Wach and he was super slow. Maybe Fury or Wilder have a good chance, much better than Pianetta, Chambers or Mormeck.Posted September 10, 2013 10:03 am
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM,ALL HEAVIES ARE COMPLETE BUMS.Posted September 10, 2013 8:21 am
All I can say is one day Wilder will …get a fight with a number one contender ,,,,if he
you dont want to hit an old man? lolPosted September 10, 2013 8:09 am
Murphy… I know you probably think I’m fooling around here, but I can assure you I’m dead serious about this. This isn’t the first time I’ve pulled an internet tough guy up about this kind of thing. I’ve done this a number times before. Of course pretty much everyone I’ve ever thrown down the gauntlet to balks out as some as they realize I’m not messing. To be fair one guy actually did have a big pair of cojones on him and met up and ended up throwing down. I kicked his ass all across the shop though. And that’s exactly what I’m going to you if you show too. I’m going to beat the snot out of you and instil some manners in you the hard way. Just give me the time, date and location and I’m there.Posted September 10, 2013 8:08 am
When I see Deontay I see a 6’7″ boxer with power, and I use the term boxer rather lightly.
Okay he’s up and coming. He needs to develop real skills. Learn the basics of the importance of the jab as a real weapon and simply throw the tried and true one two combination.
Anyone who thinks Wilder is hype hasn’t watched his fights. This kid has KO power like the young George Foreman. He doesn’t just knock people out he knocks them senseless – every time.
You don’t know when its coming but when it does (generally in the first two rounds) its goodnightPosted September 10, 2013 8:03 am
and that from a man who called TARK a HYPOCRITE AND LIAR!!! GTFOH!!!Posted September 10, 2013 7:55 am
People are talking like Arreola is new and improved. Seth Mithchell I will give credit to him for making it this far in Boxing, but he is a football player not a Boxer. Mitchell’s lack of technique and lack of Ameture background is why he has looked bad against skilled fighters. Arreola beating Mitchell means nothing. All of a sudden he’s a top contender. Remenber his fight with VK he didn’t even win a round. I would like to see Arreola fight Wilder and winner should face Stirverne. Arreola is already ducking Wilder Mexican Warrior my —…Posted September 10, 2013 6:50 am
I hope it does happen for entertainment purposes, arreola beating Mitchell shows how irrelevant to world boxing that the American heavyweight division is, wilder has the nerve to call fraudley Harrison a step up in his career,seth Mitchell was the big prospect and then he got beat by wladimirs trainer lol, arreola who has already been beaten by adamek and vitali beats Mitchell, this is hilarious, I really want to see this fight even though its irrelevant, the American heavyweights are in their own bubble as they cant even seem to decide between them who the best heavyweight isPosted September 10, 2013 6:43 am
All I can say is one day Wilder will …get a fight with a number one contender ,,,,if he
stays on track with his ko records ….and I am sure he will. The title shot will come.
Wilder will keep his K.O record in tact who the Champ is at the time will be …..KNOCK
OUT by a crashing blow from a hugh right hand …..Facts Walds Klits jaw is China its
been cracks 3 TIMES….Ross Purrity ,,Corriey Sanders ,,and a one eye fighter from
Indy,,,,, Facts just because your a Champion or number one contender when you get
hit on the chin all circuits go out that’s what Wilder does best puts out the lights.Posted September 10, 2013 6:41 am
Swedish Boxing Fan
Man the WBC heavyweight ranks have problems. Chris Arreola mabey deserves another world title fight if he keeps buissy in the ring and is motivated then why not BUT if he would ever win the WBC title, then we will see a short time with Arreola as a champion. He lacks that extra dicipline and for the matter, don’t have any special skills either.Posted September 10, 2013 6:37 am
Here is what is simple and many don’t want to hear … I love Mike Tyson, but the guy road the train all the way to Bum Street and Has Been BLVD. when he did finally get off, he and decided to meet up with a top ranked fighter, disaster happened,… Repeatedly. It’s not like that stopped happening, look at Malik Scott, 35-0 nobody really knew he was breathing. Fought another virtually unknown but 14-0 fighter (Glazkov) to a draw and then fought Chisora and was(what to tend to think was Controversially) stopped. But he’s an older fighter and at 35-0 getting his first network TV fight and nobody knowing him or anyone he’s fought seems to show as an Achilles heel for him as he just now attempts to step up competition. Wilder 8 years of boxing! 35 am. Fights… And well, 28 pro bums… Obviously, his team knows something or they are setting him up for a disaster like the cases I just explained.Posted September 10, 2013 6:34 am
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why don’t you just go to a gym that is closest between the two of you, take some pics with each other and some boxers, put on some gloves, put on some head gear, put in a heavy sparing session, 3 rounds would be more than enough and let out some stress . . . you, guys, become friends.Posted September 10, 2013 5:51 am
TARK I’m still waiting? Are you going to man up and accept my challenge or are you going to chicken out like a meek little lamb? Tell you what I’ll do, let’s make this a little more enticing for you. I’ll throw down $250 if you just show. And if you whoop my ass I’ll throw down another $250. And if I whoop your ass you don’t have to pay me nothing. No strings attached. I’ll come to wherever your stationed, just as long as it’s within the US or Canada, at a time, date and location of your choosing, and I’ll even hand over a big $250 to you just for showing up, and another big $250 if you kick my ass. How does that sound? This will be all above board, no knives, baseball bats, shooters etc. Just a good old fashioned fist fight mano et mano. We can even film it and put it up on here if you like? Do we have a deal?
Posted September 9, 2013 8:40 pm
McMURPHY, I HAVE A BETTER IDEA than you and TARK trying to bash each other’s heads in….
He has stories going back to the great SUGAR RAY ROBINSON and MANNY STEWARD and could probably tell you stuff that would be gold dust!
I had a run-in with TARK that spanned over 200 posts initially over my hero TOMMY HEARNS and then spilled out to MARVELOUS MARVKN HAGLER, but after a few misunderstandings on both parts I actually respect (but not always agree with) TARK, because he has a mind of is own and is not scared to challenge people or beliefs if he disagrees and gives reasons why he disagrees.
This would be a far better way to spend your $250 and if you think you haven’t got value you can ask for a refund and then let us all know on ESB….
TARK is a genuine fan, much like HECDOG who truly believes what he says no matter what ridicule he may get from other posters!
JUST A THOUGHT!Posted September 10, 2013 5:38 am
ok ok ok, no arreola, then daentay-mitchell 2013 christmas! it’s a step up for wilder. small step down for mitchell. mitchell beat banks. if daentay wins and one looks at it upside down, it is almost like beating a K-bro. daentay’s handlers can almost bet on a KO.Posted September 10, 2013 5:37 am
Arreola is the fattest HW who is active at present.Wilder will ripe his head off.CA is a poor specimen of a HW always looks like he holds his training camp at Dunkin Donuts.Posted September 10, 2013 4:53 am
Stiverne waiting for that ring from Wlad and hoping for Vitali.Posted September 10, 2013 4:38 am
beggars can’t be choosey.Posted September 10, 2013 4:35 am
It shows how far the American heavyweight scene has fallen that anyone would even be talking about Deontay Wilder yet. He should be a prospect at best and instead he’s your best hope. In a post-Klitschko-Haye-Povetkin era though you could see him grab one part of the heavyweight title and never attempt to unify so I guess there is room for him in boxing.Posted September 10, 2013 3:27 am
Interesting how Wilder could not fight Chisora because he would not be allowed entry into the UK but is not sparring in the UK with David Haye.Posted September 10, 2013 3:08 am
Hell Yeeh boxing day 26th Dec wilder vs arreola. Get some promoter in the US to put it on!!! Arreola will have to lay off the Xmas turkey.Posted September 10, 2013 3:01 am
there you go Rod . . . christmas wilder-arreola 2013.Posted September 10, 2013 2:33 am
Hey Ernie, hows about I fix you a nice open faced roast beef sandwich ??Posted September 10, 2013 2:11 am
Murph.., Everyone knows you’re Ernie… and you can take your miserable 250 and shove it up your cun*.. If you show up at the Russian River Lodge in Kodiak on Oct 27th I will personally smash your stupid face in, if you’re intent on fighting me. You will have to make the first aggressive move and force me to defend myself. However, I don’t expect you to be there at the appointed hour because you’re a bloody coward … However it is one of the best weekend getaways you’ll ever experience if you choose to shutup and stay out of my way.Posted September 10, 2013 1:46 am
Stiervne will chop Arreola’s head off this time around.Posted September 10, 2013 1:38 am
KL wrote people should vote for who fights who………….totally agree. It is a sport it is entertainment. Fans have been crying out since the lennox lewis vs vtali fight for good fights and good matchups and it just has not happened. No one wanted to see wlad fight mormeck or pianetta. The best should fight the best and then fight the champions. There is so much tallent right now in HW boxing and you still get guys like Boytsov ducking chisora wanting a warm up fight. What is happening with mike perez, mago, Lucas browne, richard towers or 15 other potentials. People should vote for who fights who.Posted September 10, 2013 12:44 am
Why 2014???? It’s only september. Can’t they fight in December or even late Nov. Hmmmm maybe they need a tune up fight.Posted September 10, 2013 12:32 am
He’s a “Dionite”Posted September 10, 2013 12:12 am
Tark’s alrightPosted September 10, 2013 12:07 am
I think a lot of people underestimate Wilder.
Here is what is simple and many don’t want to hear … I love Mike Tyson, but the guy road the train all the way to Bum Street and Has Been BLVD. when he did finally get off, he and decided to meet up with a top ranked fighter, disaster happened,… Repeatedly. It’s not like that stopped happening, look at Malik Scott, 35-0 nobody really knew he was breathing. Fought another virtually unknown but 14-0 fighter (Glazkov) to a draw and then fought Chisora and was(what to tend to think was Controversially) stopped. But he’s an older fighter and at 35-0 getting his first network TV fight and nobody knowing him or anyone he’s fought seems to show as an Achilles heel for him as he just now attempts to step up competition. Wilder 8 years of boxing! 35 am. Fights… And well, 28 pro bums… Obviously, his team knows something or they are setting him up for a disaster like the cases I just explained.Posted September 9, 2013 11:40 pm
I know you probably think I’m fooling around here, but I can assure you I’m dead serious about this. This isn’t the first time I’ve pulled an internet tough guy up about this kind of thing. I’ve done this a number times before. Of course pretty much everyone I’ve ever thrown down the gauntlet to balks out as some as they realize I’m not messing. To be fair one guy actually did have a big pair of cojones on him and met up and ended up throwing down. I kicked his ass all across the shop though. And that’s exactly what I’m going to you if you show too. I’m going to beat the snot out of you and instil some manners in you the hard way. Just give me the time, date and location and I’m there.Posted September 9, 2013 10:40 pm
You’d know all about ducking wouldn’t you TARK? I’m not going to go higher than $250 if that’s what you’re thinking? It’s $250 or nothing I’m afraid. I’m going to paddle your ass until it takes on the hue of a NY fire truck if you show, and if you don’t, well I’m going to keep hounding your ass on here until you do. Either that or everyone will know you aren’t what you purport, which I strongly suspect you’re not. If you’re not, and you’re serious about this, just let me know when and where it was you said again.Posted September 9, 2013 10:39 pm
Right.., Like he didn’t bother training to fight Stiverne, or all the 2nd raters he’s been fighting since the Adamek fight.Posted September 9, 2013 10:33 pm
Wilder has as much chance of getting past Areloa as Butterbean has of getting past the buffet cart. Get real Deontay, call all you like you know this guy ain’t gonna waste time training to whup yo assPosted September 9, 2013 10:15 pm
It’s Me, Ernie
It makes total sense to move up and go for the bigger bucks and a title than to get in the ring for a much smaller purse and no world title. Good career decisions is what it’s all about, not taking the ridiculous advice from idiots who consider it ducking on a website, and have no actual professional experience, be it a fighter, trainer, promoter or manager. A fighter in Chris’ position would be stupid to take a lesser fight. He can fight those bums on the way down if he desires…Posted September 9, 2013 10:13 pm
Murph.., You already know the time and place … and if you chicken out it’s a great place for hunting and fishing. Can’t beat it.Posted September 9, 2013 10:03 pm
Supreme C.., I pretty much knew Arreola would duck Wilder. It’s going to be VERY difficult for Deontay to get appropriate opponents.Posted September 9, 2013 9:57 pm
Dead Eyed Rabbit
Wilder is a bum. A big, tall lanky glass jawed American bum with big right hand and a truck load of hype behind him. He’s laid out more stiffs than a Honduran mortician. That lantern Tiffany glass jaw of his is just waiting to get shattered into pieces by the first decent opponent his management throw him in there with.Posted September 9, 2013 9:00 pm
TARK I’m still waiting? Are you going to man up and accept my challenge or are you going to chicken out like a meek little lamb? Tell you what I’ll do, let’s make this a little more enticing for you. I’ll throw down $250 if you just show. And if you whoop my ass I’ll throw down another $250. And if I whoop your ass you don’t have to pay me nothing. No strings attached. I’ll come to wherever your stationed, just as long as it’s within the US or Canada, at a time, date and location of your choosing, and I’ll even hand over a big $250 to you just for showing up, and another big $250 if you kick my ass. How does that sound? This will be all above board, no knives, baseball bats, shooters etc. Just a good old fashioned fist fight mano et mano. We can even film it and put it up on here if you like? Do we have a deal?Posted September 9, 2013 8:40 pm
Wilder is a bum.Posted September 9, 2013 7:20 pm
I’d like to see this matchup. It would be a true test of where Wilder’s at because only top contenders beat Arreola. But he’s talking about an immediate rematch with Stiverne to fight for the potentially vacant WBC strap if Vitali retires. So I’ll bet he waits around even though a maybe scenario like that isn’t worth waiting for IMO. BTW did Wilder confirm he wants this fight or is it just the TV execs?Posted September 9, 2013 7:10 pm
I would like to see chris and wilder fight, it would at least answer some questions about wilder that we have all been wondering. Is chris a top shelf heavy weight, no but he is way above any fighter wider has faced to date. I just cant get excited to see a wilder fight because I know going into his fights what will happen before the bell rings and thats boring. I got a feeling that match up will be a fun fight to watch, not a great and or exciting fight but intresting match up.Posted September 9, 2013 6:41 pm
Why WAIT until 2014? … That’s INSANE… What’s the matter with putting this fight together NOW.
Neither fighter had even a decent gym workout in their last fight — with the blitzing fast destruction of both Liackhovich and Mitchell.
They are both in perfect shape for a 12-rounder and need more action
Let’s get a date and a venue and get this ON… This fight is $$$$$$$Posted September 9, 2013 6:39 pm
Please, no title stots for fat gang bangers.Posted September 9, 2013 6:35 pm
He needs to fight Bryant Jennings first and after Arreola has his rematch has his rematch with Stiverne then the winner of both fights will meet.Posted September 9, 2013 6:15 pm
Jonn E JaGozza
Arreola needs to win big as he’s still chasing a dream but we all can’t forget how he was school’d by Klitscho … that was pathetic … PEACE … Arreola is looking good and fights with mean intentions .. Is he championship material ? …. That still remains to be seen ….. PEACEPosted September 9, 2013 6:11 pm
Richy – and DW will duck him LOLPosted September 9, 2013 5:48 pm
Lets give arreola another shot, if wilder toasts him he is done, if he toasts wilder then we know wilder doesn’t have the goods. As a side note butterbean has just moved into the top 30 heavyweights.Posted September 9, 2013 4:36 pm
I don think Arreloa will go near Wilder, Wider power has everyone running except that nut job Chisora.Posted September 9, 2013 4:27 pm
People who know have questioned Wilder’s chin, which tells us he’s probably been KO’d in sparring, even if nobody publicly is willing to admit it. And he was floored pretty hard by a mediocre journeyman a while back. So, until I see Wilder successfully deal with some real adversity in the ring I think we’re dealing with the American version of David Price – an Olympian medalist with a lot of hype who gets KO’d when he fights someone who can take his shots and punch back. In fact, Tony Thompson wouldn’t be a bad next fight for Wilder, but I doubt Wilder’s people would put him in with the Tiger.Posted September 9, 2013 4:15 pm
Wilder’s people should put him in there with someone he can’t KO just to make sure he can actually go rounds. I agree with Steve Farhood and Doug Fischer that someone like Dominic Guinn would be good for this. Then, if Wilder can actually deal with someone who can take punches and doesn’t gas out, put him in with someone like Arreola, Chisora, or the winner of Haye-Fury. But I still don’t think Wilder is ready for the big boys of the division just yet.Posted September 9, 2013 4:12 pm
If wilder has a chin, arreola loses by lopsided decisionPosted September 9, 2013 3:24 pm
The heavyweight division is laughable today. If you’re excited to see Arreola vs Wilder, great, but the hey day of Heavyweight boxing was during the 70′s, 80′s and 90′s. I know it’s a different time now, but these guys would have been sparring partners back then. The Klitchko brothers have been dominating lately and will continue to do so if they continue, but the next generation of heavyweights doesn’t seem very exciting. Hopefully there’s a young kid in the gym today that will be the next great heavyweight champion. I heard that there’s actual camps that are recruiting football players to develop as boxers. Hmm…Seth Mitchel as Ed Too Tall Jones did workout to well. What’s next Basketball players? I’m glad the lower weight divisions are still around and exciting.Posted September 9, 2013 3:00 pm
Why are people saying that Wilder’s handlers are scared of this and that? He’s eventually going to face the best, they we’re just taking it slow. Maybe too slow. However he’s ready folks. There’s not a more exciting prospect out. Why the hate? No need to answer.Posted September 9, 2013 2:47 pm
ITS TIME TO SCRAP HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING,ITS LONG OVERDUE.Posted September 9, 2013 2:42 pm
I think arreola will get toasted in 1 or 2 rounds against wilder but lets make it happen, lol. boomPosted September 9, 2013 2:17 pm
Should happen, but doubt it will. Wilders handlers are scared of putting him in with anyone who has power and a good chin.Posted September 9, 2013 1:55 pm
It’s a shame boxing fans can’t vote on fight match ups, If that were the case, I’m pretty sure aWilder v Arreola v would be far more popular than a Stivern v Arreola 2…….or a Vitali v Arreola 2.Posted September 9, 2013 1:26 pm
If Vitaili Klitchko either a) retires or b) successfully defends against Stiverne and then retires, one of which is extremely likely, then that leaves Arreola in a position where his next fight is for the WBC title. So how would it make sense for him to fight Deontay Wilder instead?Posted September 9, 2013 12:52 pm