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Wilder vs Breazeale Set for May 18


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#1 Cshel86

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Posted 20 March 2019 - 08:59 AM

I've been hearing a lot of complaints about this fight and I just don't get it. Seriously though, how many Heavyweights are there to really? Not many. 

 

With all of these "deals" being made on different platforms, how many options do these guys have? Why is Wilder expected to just "take" any deal offered to him? Why is Eddie and his team "negotiating" over the net? Was that "$100M" offer even true?

 

With that said, I don't have a problem with this fight because again....how many Heavyweights are even available or known enough to make decent fights with???

 

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Posted 20 March 2019 - 02:05 PM

I like this fight. Too very tall awkward boxers. Expect Wilder to KO Breazeale in 5 or 6, but you never know. Lots of bad blood between these guys based off the altercation after Wilder's fight in the casino/hotel lobby a while back. 

 

Breazeale just trolled Wilder by sending gifts to the guy who KO'd his little brother. The press conference and All-Access is gonna be intense. 

 

Folks are always worrying about someone else's pockets. AJ took the best deal for him and so did Fury. Why is it an issue if Wilder does the same? 

 

Promoters lie all the time. So until we see the actual details of the proposed contract, then I don't care. Plenty of reporters/boxing writers are shills for the promoters anyhow. So really, can't trust them all of the time.

 

Glad it's not a PPV fight though. My pockets could use a break. Even if it was, I'd find a way to watch. Hope we get a better undercard than this past weekend. Those were all squash (showcase) matches.

 

Plenty of Heavyweights out there, but most aren't any good. Hell, pay me enough, I'll take one of the highlight reel KO's. LOL!  

 

Dillian Whyte is the one who got screwed out of this. Thought he was the mandatory, but got bypassed for the Breazeale fight. If we are to believe the folks who rant on social media (haters), then Wilder & AJ are ducking each other. Whyte ducking Ortiz. AJ ducking Ortiz. Nobody really ducking Fury that I heard. 


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Posted 20 March 2019 - 11:13 PM

I feel an upset coming.

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Posted 22 March 2019 - 02:11 PM

It's a personal fight Db been asking for this fight. If I remember right it involved Db his wife and wilders brother or something like that. Altercation at casino. Side note Dominic gave one helluva effort in the Joshua fight

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Posted 22 March 2019 - 02:12 PM

It's a personal fight Db been asking for this fight. If I remember right it involved Db his wife and wilders brother or something like that. Altercation at casino. Side note Dominic gave one helluva effort in the Joshua fight

#6 Franchize

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Posted 22 March 2019 - 09:22 PM

I hope Wilder beats the breaks off of Brezeale. Something about him I don't like. Wilder really seems like he wants to take this dude's head off too. Hopefully he doesn't do like he did vs Fury and let his emotions ruin his strategy



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Posted 22 March 2019 - 11:54 PM

Breazeale is tall and slow. Wilder KO's him easily. Its up to him to do it faster than Joshua did. Glad its not a PPV. If he stops Breazeale in 2, I guess he feels thats more negotiating power. I guess...



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Posted 23 March 2019 - 11:32 AM

AJ got this guy out in a few rounds, just big and slow, and can't crack. Wilder should have this easy.






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