This guy doesn’t even deserve a comment ! He has fought no one and will get a mandatory ass whooping! This is a battle of which promoter gets his way , a pissing contest . Mandatory nothing kick ass Arreola then fight when and who you want !! Go nightmare!Posted May 10, 2014 8:37 am
Hate to admit it, but TARK is correct re his last two comments. Boxers today fight so little, therefore anyone with ambition and focus will as they say, ‘have bag, will travel,’ to any sparring gigs they can get with the top guys in the sport. Groves and HAYE went out and did this. Larry Holmes sparred with Smokin’ Joe (RIP) and Ali for years and on his way up to the top. The best way to stay in shape, sharp and focus in between fights is to search for good, regular sparring in conjunction with a good trainer and team around you – one where you are constantly learning about both the art and the business of boxing, which are two very different but integral parts of the game. Mayweather and the KLITSCHKO’s learned this many, many years ago and is why they’re at the top of the sport.
Tony TT Galento.., “How can you say Price has no ambition, he took on Thompson in his 16th fight”
How ambitious is that? To let people manipulate you into fights you’re no ready for???
An ambitious fighter fights more often and tries to get the right matchups… Not fight super easy guys, and than suddenly switch to fighting super tough guys, and then go back to super easy guys.Posted March 26, 2014 1:18 am
How do I know Deontay is smart???
Wilder talked to his people about getting him sparring gigs with Wladimir and Haye… He did it to learn as much as he can from the greatest heavyweight boxers in the world… He’s only American Olympic medalist in the last 10 years, but he knows damned well he was a “super novice” when he turned pro because of his lack of amateur experience.
The only thing you can do in that case is learn from the best.
Deontay can’t put his own fights together, but he has tried … He’ll get on the phone if you want him to, or if he thinks it wll help him get a fight… He called out Bryant Jennings … I noticed Jennings picked Scott to beat him.Posted March 26, 2014 1:10 am
You are sick man, sick.Posted March 25, 2014 6:14 pm
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. LionKing)
Wilder has proven he has pure dynamite in his right hand, but his technique still looks sloppy and amateurish in many ways. For one, he wings wild flurries of wide, looping round-house punches that often appear to lack control, efficiency and accuracy. Secondly, he has not yet developed his jab into any sort of an effective, dangerous weapon. Third, his left hook doesn’t appear to pack anywhere close to the power that his right does. Fourth, his chin is still HIGHLY suspect as he was knocked down by an absolute tin can with an 18-27 record and pitiful 23% KO ratio; he was also rocked/wobbled by Firtha’s jab of all punches. Fifth, his stamina is still a big question mark because he’s never been past the 4th round. Sixth, he’s never even beat a contender ranked in the Top 20, so it’s too soon to be crowning this guy as the next great HW Champion.Posted March 25, 2014 2:31 pm
Wilder can’t even jab correctly.Posted March 25, 2014 12:25 pm
Wilder uses the swarm and haymaker approach to his offense. He wings his long arm slap punches from out in the wings and hopes to hit his opponent over the ear or up side his head. A smart fighter lets him come in and unloads a straight right or overhand right right (LIKE HAYE DID IN THE SPARRING VIDEO) and knock his ass out. Wlad will KO Wilder much like he kayoed Brock with a monster right hand. If the sparring gloves were off, Haye would have KTFO out of Wilder. Wilder is slappy, wide, and predictable. Stand your ground and punch straight through and KO that birdlegged MOFO.Posted March 25, 2014 12:01 pm
“We saw the same with Jerry Cooney, David Price, Frank Bruno, Duane Bobick, Farouk Saleem, Tye Fields, Tommy Morrison, Jeff Simms etc” … Wilder isn’t slow and clumsy like those guys.
All those guys were clumsy, slow, unskilled, wide open targets. They weren’t the sharpest tools in the shed. David Price was never as dedicated, smart, or athletic as the Klitschkos. He’s is a bigger, stronger, and taller version of Joe Bugner, with 3 times the punching power. Price gets hit with everything. I don’t see the brain power or ambition there.
Cooney, Bruno, and Morrison were dangerous punchers, but basically target practice for any clever boxer. Holmes, Tyson, and Mercer showed them what a real heavyweight is all about.
Wilder is not only very tall, rangy, and powerful—but he’s fast, smart, and patient as well. He went out of his way to get opportunities to spar with Wladimir and Haye. He hasn’t been well matched, but he’s a hard worker. Wilder or Bryant Jennings will be the top American heavyweight in 2 years. A clash there is inevitable. Stiverne and Arreola are also-rans.Posted March 25, 2014 11:25 am
Wilder has done ZERO to give people the idea that he can beat ANY Top Ten Heavyweight. Power punchers ALWAYS look great beating trial horses, club fighters, shot fighters etc. We saw the same with Jerry Cooney, David Price, Frank Bruno, Duane Bobick, Farouk Saleem, Tye Fields, Tommy Morrison, Jeff Simms etc, but all of them got caught out when they stepped in with a durable, skilled fighter who hit back and asked them some questions, same with Wilder.Posted March 25, 2014 8:24 am
TARK hedging his bets on a Wlad vs Wilder clash, like he always does. If they ever fight watch him slither his way to let people know he always picked the winner.Posted March 25, 2014 6:04 am
wlad also said leapai does not need technique. Wlad an Shannon played out a “cannon blow out” before Shannon and Wlad did some spar time. Wilder will get his ring time soon.Posted March 25, 2014 5:35 am
Anthony Joshua is there in the background, getting better and better, and his time will come, and he’ll hammer Wilder the bum.Posted March 25, 2014 3:08 am
That’s not what Wladimir and Haye said about Deontay… I’m not trying to build DW up, but they did say Wilder was a tough, fast, and very hard puncher, and a tough sparring partner. He gave them both a lot of good work.
If DW couldn’t do the job they would have sent him home.Posted March 25, 2014 1:28 am
Wilder #3 WBC without fighting anyone even nearly ranked?! Can Stiverne or Arreola be bought? Vlad totally outclassed Wilder while sparring for the Wach fight, Vlad beat Wilder from one side of the ring to the other, knocked him down with a jab. Wilder could not land the right on Vlad at all……….Vitali would have easily knocked Wilder out and Wilder’s right hand would not have caused Vitali to even blink his eyes. Watch the tape of Wilder sparring Haye, Haye made Wilder look like a drunk. When Wilder gets hit, he will fall………
*get*Posted March 24, 2014 10:27 pm
Why doesn’t wilder fight Ollie McCall I guarantee he will the rounds he so badly needs.Posted March 24, 2014 10:09 pm
Ali retired at 36…rather than fight Larry Holmes… I thought, “Okay… Now, that’s a really wise decision.”
But Ali ran out of money and came back at the age 38 to fight Larry… He didn’t have a snowball’s chance in Hell but made the biggest purse of his life, 10MM … Was it worth it???Posted March 24, 2014 8:54 pm
Wladimir will be 39 years old by the time Deontay lines himself up to fight him next year… Deontay has a fair chance—because Wladimir is an outside boxer who doesn’t attack the body.
DW has a longer reach than Wladimir and Deontay has sparred enough rounds with WK to know a few things about him.. It could be devastation..
It sure would be interesting… because I’ve never seen a heavyweight with Wilder’s combination of height, speed, and power.. He probably still needs to round out some skill aspects of his game…and his defense.. Nobody’s really been able to throw at DW so far.
Of course Wladimir might decide to retire rather than box a dangerous young opponent when he’s 39 years old.Posted March 24, 2014 8:48 pm
at the end of the day it doesnt matter whether he can beat arreola or stiverne or any other of the contenders the question is-can he or anyone else beat wlad?Posted March 24, 2014 4:55 pm
Wilder had to fight Scott… He needs to fight anyone who will step into a ring with him. You need those rounds. 90 seconds of action aren’t enough for months of preparation … If Cus D’Amato was handling him he’d get him 3 more fights before he fought Stiverne.
Tyson had 28 fights in his first 2 years and was Heavyweight Champ by age 20.. If you clean everyone out in a round or 2 you need a ton of fights.. Cus kept his guys fighting while they were contenders. You still need those rounds regardless — because that experience is going to save your ass, sooner or later.
Once you’re champ you’re rich… You an hire the world’s best sparring partners, so you can always get the rust off.Posted March 24, 2014 3:21 pm
He will have to really hit them. They won’t go down on air punches, like Scott did.Posted March 24, 2014 2:37 pm
Theres a reason Wilder is being managed so carefully. His handlers know he doesnt have the skills or chin to stand with a Klitchko, so they are waiting them out. As Tony Thompson demonstrated the other night, there are practically no good young heavyweights out there and you dont have to be great to win a title in this division, just better than the other guys. Wilder probably win a title, but what does that really mean? Is his accomplishment of winning his first a world title the same as Ali winning his first title, or even Tyson? Hell no. The title was created by an organization, by people, but beating good fighters to going on and beat the best fighter, with or without a title, is really what counts. Wilder will not be a real champion in my eyes unless he does what champions do.Posted March 24, 2014 1:17 pm
Wilder needs to shut his yap, he aint beat anyone decent just washed up journey men, taxi drivers and divers.Posted March 24, 2014 12:57 pm
…and when he does FINALLY step up it’s against a great buddy.. What? Why?Posted March 24, 2014 12:05 pm
Yawn, says the guy who hasn’t fought on this level before.Posted March 24, 2014 12:04 pm
ERNIE IS AN IDIOT
??? Everybody knows that…Posted March 24, 2014 11:51 am
Tomato Can Stan
“WHERE IS HAYE ANYWAYE?????????????” – Nursing his poor broken toePosted March 24, 2014 11:43 am
Wilder is awkward and windmills his haymakers. Just saw Haye sparring with Deon and Haye exposed how Wilder is a sucker for an overhand right. Wlad will KO Wilder with his piston like right hand. James Lights Out Toney said he would KO Wilder also. Those who have sparred with him say he is good but weak. He just has not fought anybody of credit yet, because he is busy slipping through the cracks. Haye would KO him. WHERE IS HAYE ANYWAYE?????????????????????Posted March 24, 2014 11:37 am
Wilder has power. He looks very awkward in the ring. Wlad had to get beaten a few times before he learned how to box. Wilder has faced no adversity in the ring thus far. I give him a lot of credit for getting a medal in the Olympics. But I think his handlers have done him a disservice by feeding him too much apple sauce and ice cream in the pros. His first solid food will be the winner of the Stiverne Areola fight. And neither of them are that good. Guys like Jennings and Pulev have been fighting live oppoinents and skill wise are ahead of Wilder. I think Wilder has potential. But if you ask me, although his record is 31 and 0, with 31 KO’s I would place him at a real record of about 10 and 0 with 10 KO’s as far a progress is concerned.Posted March 24, 2014 11:14 am
Tomato Can Stan
“Wilder gets absolutely no credit regardless of what he does”. No, he just has not been tested yet. A power puncher usually decimates journeymen on his way up but when starts to get to the elite level his punch will not always carry the day. It takes skills. Boxing has proved this time and time again.Posted March 24, 2014 11:02 am
Bill Patrice Jones
Wilder gets absolutely no credit regardless of what he does. Bermane Stiverne was praised quite a bit for his spectacular 2nd round blowout of fringe fighter Kerton Manswell, Wilder had him down 3 times inside of 2 minutes but got ZERO credit for it. Everyone pretends they are an expert in technique when it comes to Wilder. ‘He’s just a long right hand’ and ‘His footwork is so bad any decent boxer will expose him.’ Let’s remember that this fighter who is allegedly only a right hand had a very solid defensive fighter in Scott gone in 90 seconds. Please no more nonsense about diving. Of course Scott didn’t take a dive. Take a dive for what? In my opinion Wilder wont get respect regardless of what he does until he starts fighting for titles. If he knocked out Chisora in the first round people would still call him a joke. He’s got flaws but my God his power is truly of the terrifying quallity you so rarely see.Posted March 24, 2014 10:20 am
Wilder gets NO CREDIT at all and it’s totally unfair. Everyone pretends there some sort of techniqPosted March 24, 2014 10:16 am
Wilder should need to fight and beat at least 3 top ten heavyweight’s before he gets an eliminator fight. Fricking joke these rankings are and Wilder is all hype. His mate Scott Malik took a dive for him.Posted March 24, 2014 9:38 am
Jeff Sorby is Scott Gilfoid.Posted March 24, 2014 9:36 am
Pulеv imo, this mаn bеаt Solis in аmаtеurs. Не is mеаn rutlеs mаn with grаnit chin. Pulеv tаkе somе monstеr right hаnd punchеs from Usinov in 7 аnd 8 rounds who mауbе will koеd Dеontау….
Dеontау vs Wаch аnd dаngеrous Неlеnius bеforе, hе mееt Stivеrnе or Аrrеolа is good tеst for Wildеr.
slow as molasses? Vitaly? Funny moron.
@Sad Ken – “this will turn into a competition to see who can insult Haye the most.”
Hahaha, possibly… but it’s a Wilder article so half the thread is in hate mode by default.Posted March 24, 2014 8:21 am
Oh god Cheezb, don’t mention David Haye….within minutes this will turn into a competition to see who can insult Haye the most.Posted March 24, 2014 8:06 am
I don’t see any heavyweight on the scene capable of beating Wilder because of his power. Solis is a great fighter but has ruined himself.Posted March 24, 2014 7:41 am
People are quick to write Wilder off but I’m not so sure. The guy has serious power and the ability to land it… if he does have a touchy chin as people suspect, then that becomes less of an issue if his offense (not to mention his immense height) keeps him safe.
I don’t see Fury lasting more than a couple of rounds with him. Likewise, I do believe he’d beat Arreola and quite possibly Stiverne early. I think Pulev might be able to beat him, but I’m not confident of it.
I even think at this point Wilder has a chance against Wlad and I believe it’s possibly the most exciting potential fight in the entire HW division (given that it sounds like their sparring sessions were awesome). Wlad is forced to be more offensively-minded against taller guys, and we all know Wilder is coming out swinging. I doubt the fight would last 6 rounds.
Wilder’s kryptonite in my mind would be someone like Haye. Wilder is a wild puncher (forgive the pun) and a counter puncher like Haye preys on that… Wilder would find himself hitting air and eating some nasty counter punches in return.
I also wouldn’t mind seeing Wilder in with a Povetkin type (or I would have said Solis prior to last weekend)… a well schooled “forward moving” fighter that is capable of getting close without taking heavy fire, and then is able to keep Wilder off the front foot.Posted March 24, 2014 7:18 am
I think that Thompson might very well beat Wilder. Thompson is very durable, clever, and has a lot of experience.Posted March 24, 2014 6:09 am
Shannon blows a cannon and a shoe on bad left hook. Shannon is looking for tomato cans.Posted March 24, 2014 5:33 am
Chin . . . Tony has taken shots from Wlad. Box fans want to see Wilder’s durability. Wilder will take shots from Tony. Can those chicken legs hold up?Posted March 24, 2014 5:29 am
Old man Briggs is thinned down and is looking to make one last comeback run. He is looking for tomato cans. He was at wlad’a training camp making scene. Wilder could show Briggs who is the bigger tomato can. The scene is probably contrived, and Briggs is probably a sparring partner for Wlad. Wlad made joke. He gonna get 45 minutes. Wlad has a tomato can fight coming up.Posted March 24, 2014 5:26 am
mismatch .Posted March 24, 2014 5:18 am
Both of which are on Wilder’s side.Posted March 24, 2014 5:17 am
Here are the MAIN factors of Wilder and Tony fight. Speed and timing both of are no,Wilder’s side. It’s a miss match Tony stands no chance. I want Wilder and Tony next, as Fury is too,scared to step up.Posted March 24, 2014 5:13 am
And Arreola is 6′ 3/2″ for the record.Posted March 24, 2014 4:43 am
The guy that wrote this article needs to look at Stiverne again on youtube or something. Stiverne is a BIG guy and he is 6’2″, so he’s not the shortest heavyweight out there. He also has a pretty long reach at 80″. Cruiserweight my a$$.Posted March 24, 2014 4:41 am
Arreola would crush Wilder! Stiverne probably would too. Top of that, Arreola and Stiverne have certain qualities that none of Wilder’s opponents have possessed: Very good punching power, HEART, and rock-solid chins. I’m still not sold on Wilder, nor do I think Wilder believes any of the stuff he says.Posted March 24, 2014 4:01 am
the voice of reason
deontay could be in for a rude awakening. Neither stiverne nor arreola will fall as easily as his best buddy scott (know what i mean deontay?)Posted March 24, 2014 3:35 am
convince wilder and feed him the hookPosted March 24, 2014 3:30 am
Willdеr will bеаt еаsу fаt Solis аnd pulеv.Posted March 24, 2014 3:29 am
Wider hopefully will get his chance with Stiverne, Arreola, Jennings or Thompson, but Wilder is probably looking at Solis. Wilder will not KO Solis. Wilder might wake Solis up. Hopefully, he does wake Solis out of his lazy stupor. Best man on that side of the pond is still the Old man. Tiger is keeping them honest.Posted March 24, 2014 2:29 am
TARK IS A MORON
…………. Yep.Posted March 24, 2014 2:07 am
Vitali Klitschko was not slow by any means, Vitali’s chin was granite. Vitali would have knocked Wilder out cold. Vlad beat Wilder from one side of the ring to the other, knocked him down with a jab!!!!!!! That was while sparring for the Wach fight. Haye also kicked Wilder’s arse in sparring, made Wilder look like a drunk. Watch the video…………..Arreola walked through Seth Mitchel’s right hand with no problem. If Arreola lands a punch on Wilder it will be lights out. Vlad mentioned fighting Wilder, Steward said that Wilder would not stand a chance. Wilder is not as strong as Tye Fields, but has a chin about the same. Wilder refused to fight Thompson, Chisora, Fury, Arreola, Jennings, you name it. After Chisora knocked Scott out, Wilder decided to fight him. Scott is a really bad actor, but he gave Wilder a gift as I expected he would.Posted March 24, 2014 1:07 am
The first time someone lands flush – As in Cory Sanders flush or Mike Weaver flush or Wald flush or many others flush then it will be all over – We know it – Wilder’s team knows it – N Wilder knows itPosted March 24, 2014 1:05 am
Deon needs to shut his pie hole until he do sumthin. Jury is still out on this cat because he ain’t fought nobody. We will see when he face Chris or Bermane or even Tony the Tiger. Or even Pulev or Fury, or Haye or Povetkin, and God knows Povetkin will give him some trouble as all the others will do. He wants the belt handed to him by passing the others in the fast lane. He will not even have to face VK. But, maybe VK will unretire if he lives through this Ukraine/Russian BS. If he does not then Wladdy will have to KO this punk Mofo with the Birdlegs.Posted March 24, 2014 12:55 am
Wilder would murder Thompson… That’s not a fight.. But there are definitely some tough fights out there for Deontay.
The winner of Stiverne-Arreola will provide a tough test. Bryant Jennings would provide an even stronger test… and of course Wladimir Klitschko is the ultimate test.. And Wladimir could be 39 before they meet.. which is good.
Muhammad Ali and Larry Holmes were only 36 when the Spinks brothers beat them — and nobody in the world expected the Spinkses to beat them.Posted March 24, 2014 12:38 am
Wilder is tall at around 6’8, freakishly athletic, with great hand and food speed. Fitness???? Chin???? Power, massive massive power in his right hand. Left hand??? Can he use his left hand??? does he have a jab???? After 30 plus fights we still have not seen enough of this guy. Right now he is exactly where price was before his lose to thompson. Pulev beat thompson, he has earned the worlds respect. Wilder needs to do the same and answer the critics. He will need more than one punch to beat tiger.Posted March 23, 2014 11:49 pm
Wilder better check his tone while he can still move that jaw of his. He speaks as if BS and CA aren’t gonna touch that pretty little face of his. He should keep that chatter down and figure out a way to not get touched.Posted March 23, 2014 11:40 pm
A fight with the winner of arreola/stiverne against wilder would be awesome. First I would like to see him fight old thompson. Getting past thompson and the winner of arreola/stiverne would be the two fights he needs to have a chance with wlad. Right now he is a one handed fighter with a massive punch.Posted March 23, 2014 11:33 pm
This pundit took a gratuitous shot at Vitali Klitschko… calling VK, “Slow as molasses.”
Vitali was NEVER slow… Michael Grant was slow as molasses… Arreola is slow.
Tomasz Adamek out-sped Grant but Vitali was way too quick for Adamek to land any decent punches. Sam Peter landed only 3 fair punches on Vitali in 7 rounds. Vitali is ONLY fighter to stop Arreola. Vitali was very quick and adept.
If Wilder fights Arreola it’s going to be a tough. It’s not going to end in one round. But I suspect DW may be fighting Stiverne, who CAN cut you off and get inside. Stiverne has a powerful left hook to the body and he takes a good shot. It’s not going to be a picnic for Wilder. A lot of fights DW has from now on won’t be picnics.
Deontay hasn’t been baptized yet.
Either Arreola or Stiverne are going to be huge steps up in class for Wilder. I think the Scott fight was a bit of a fluke. If they fought again it would be a different fight. Scott won 4 of the 5 completed rounds against Chisora and out-scored Glazkov — but he never got a shot off against Wilder. Wilder is good but he’s not THAT good. He’s been very lucky to date.Posted March 23, 2014 11:32 pm
GGG said already that he will move down to jr. middleweight to fight Floyd what happened cuz?Posted March 23, 2014 8:37 pm
I’m with Deontay. He’ll stop Stiverne or Arreola.Posted March 23, 2014 8:37 pm
Tall Mike or maybe who did they dodge?Posted March 23, 2014 8:35 pm
I wonder why Floyd and Wilder are labeled frauds but Kovalev and GGG are the greatest things since sliced bread. Who has Kovalev or GGG fought. I see the pattern here.Posted March 23, 2014 8:32 pm
Or even versus Perez!Posted March 23, 2014 8:32 pm
Definitely I would like to see Tony Thompson versus Diante!Posted March 23, 2014 8:31 pm
Spot on Spartacus couldn’t even say better myself!
It all sound good…until Wilder get caught with a punch from a puncher.Posted March 23, 2014 8:15 pm
Lol he knocks out Malik Scott and thinks he’s the best in the world now ? Lol I think stiverne and arreola would whoop deontay, hughie fury would stand a good chance against deontay, both of them have only fought bums so far…coin flipPosted March 23, 2014 7:44 pm
Al Haymon fix. Dirty stuffPosted March 23, 2014 7:41 pm
So after that farce against Scott, Wilder is just gonna wait it out now to fight the winner of Stiverne Vs Arreola? He should be making a more solid name for himself by proofing himself against someone like Tony Thompson, who just beat Solis before he gets to fight for a title, which he doesn’t deserve yet.Posted March 23, 2014 7:32 pm
Vitali and Holmes were in their early 30′s went they first fought for the linear titles, against Lewis and Ali respectively. Both became two of the longest reigning champs the heavyweight division has had.Posted March 23, 2014 7:18 pm
Tyson had also peaked and was in decline by the time he was 23.Posted March 23, 2014 7:10 pm
What?!! … after 31 fights, look at Rocky’s record. I can assure u nobody would hav been mentioning Marciano in the same sentence as Dempsey or Johnson either. Not based on his skill level, amateur accomplishments, or on the quality of the opponents he had beaten up until that point.Posted March 23, 2014 7:06 pm
Freddie Roach Ate My Hamster
Wilder a young guy?! Tyson was 20 and stepped up to world class as quickly as possible. The Shadow’s held Wilder back until Vitali retired and positioned him against smaller, beatable opponents. He had an eliminator against someone he knew inside out. I expect Wilder to win the WBC belt, then defend against 2nd rate hype jobs & Wlad to be offered $1.20 to fight in Wilder’s back yard so that he can be ‘ducking’ the great red white & blue hope. I don’t dislike him and believe that he wants to face the best but his career is stage-managed.Posted March 23, 2014 7:03 pm
Other than Wlad, who exactly?.Posted March 23, 2014 7:00 pm
I’ll tell you who would be a great test for all these so-called contenders, Lucas Browne. Browne seems very raw and less skilled than the Wilders, Fury’s, Chisora’s, Povetkin’s but what he does bring to the table is a good chin, great power and is willing to fight back. Browne will not lie down and he is very calm and patient in the ring. I’d like to see the level Browne can get to, but no one will fight him so he keeps taking stay busy fights.
On another note, please do not ever mention Wilder in the same breath as Marciano. That’s like mentioning Fury in the same breath as Ali.Posted March 23, 2014 7:00 pm
He prob will against them two but y wont he go after sbody else betterPosted March 23, 2014 6:54 pm
wilder is another michael grant….Posted March 23, 2014 6:50 pm
Wilder is a young guy with hardly any rounds in the clock. Yet he’s already beaten a former alphabet champ and Scott. Was Marciano’s record any better after 31 fights? Deontay has a long career ahead of him. Arreola/Stiverne will b a good step up. The only fighters clearly better than those two are Haye and the Klits. And with Haye and Vitali more or less retired Wilder is going to struggle finding any worthy opponents to get him ready for Wlad.Posted March 23, 2014 6:28 pm
BILLY NO MEDALS ALL AMERICAN BOY
even a bigger fraud than fraudly himselfPosted March 23, 2014 5:56 pm
BILLY NO MEDALS ALL AMERICAN BOY
after 31 fights most top fighters are looking at retirement!!!hes the biggest fraud on the scenePosted March 23, 2014 5:55 pm
Deontay vs Hughie Fury!Posted March 23, 2014 5:49 pm
BILLY NO MEDALS ALL AMERICAN BOY
they keep talking about his power!!!the bums hes fought a light weight could stun!!!in all honesty whos he fought with a pulse or any hunger!Posted March 23, 2014 5:31 pm
I’m not sold on Wilder yet, but if he’s up for these fights, then alls good as far as I’m concerned, and look forward to them happening,Posted March 23, 2014 5:26 pm
BILLY NO MEDALS ALL AMERICAN BOY
soon they will run of flops!!!soon you will have to fight a real man pencil legsPosted March 23, 2014 5:08 pm
BILLY NO MEDALS ALL AMERICAN BOY
wilders a 100percent fraud!!!even Anonymous will agree!!!!Posted March 23, 2014 4:59 pm
Vitali Klitschko wasn’t particularly “slow as molasses.” He could beat Wilder today with matching speed. Don’t worry. Wladimir will take it to Deontay when they meet and knock his ass out.Posted March 23, 2014 4:45 pm
If he can knock arreola clean out then I think he will make a believer of even the biggest scepticsPosted March 23, 2014 4:39 pm
Hopefully Wilder hasn’t fallen in love with his power. If he thinks he’s going to KO his way to a title belt, he’s crazy. Yes, Arreola doesn’t move his head much/is hittable, but Arreola has shown he’ll walk through fire to land his own big shots. Wilder better be ready for that. It’s one think to blast out soft touches, it’s another to avoid/take return fire from a challenger who isn’t there to lie down.Posted March 23, 2014 4:10 pm