Mon, 2017-11-06 16:30
Wasn't Wilder's best performance, but what a finish!
Sat, 2016-01-09 06:50
BUM SQUAD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mon, 2017-11-06 16:29
Sat, 2016-01-09 08:45
I remember hearing something about it being a robbery. I will watch it now.
Sat, 2016-02-06 10:36
Wilder definitely has the goods to beat anyone.
Fri, 2017-11-24 14:04
Looking back at this fight, 18-21 months after watching it, I think most of us gave Wilder less credit for the win than he deserved, I think most of us were unimpressed with the lack of activity from Wilder, his inability to unload on Szpilka, and being hit with clean, eye catching punches. Wilder did a very good job in this fight, Szpilka moved well, landed good shots, but was not able to deter Wilder at all, he didn't make him have to rush into tactical changes, and Wilder was patient, the counter jab and right hand, decent straight shots, they landed, not frequently, but with accuracy when they did land, and Szpilka as well, did not have the opportunity to land much himself, Wilder kept him out of range, often, he didn't give him many easy openings, he was patient, and when he did land the right hand clean, even though Szpilka took it well, you could see the power, the accuracy there.
Wilder sensed Szpilka getting tired in rounds 7 and 8, he took advantage of his slowed down movement, he came on strong, landed more shots than he had earlier on, Szpilka's work rate dipped as well, and in round 9, that textbook right hand, bang, flush on the jaw, that absolutely sparked Szpilka, destroyed him, it was a short, naturally impactful, lethal counter right hand, with immense power, a knockout which was timed perfectly, the accuracy as well, I would even say Wilder made it look easy, he is an exceptional fighter, one of the all time great heavyweights, the biggest puncher in boxing, of all time, his power is terrifying, it really is, and he is a great finsiher in the ring, early in his career, he could land one big shot, and miss a massive following punch as his opponent fell, but at this stage, later in his career, he has proven, with a more measured approach, that he has the talent, the skill to waste nothing, but finish opponents clinically, with variety, he can land with counter shots, with shots that seem to come from nowhere, very much like his rival, fellow world heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua, there is every reason for Joshua vs Wilder to happen!, it would be great for boxing, the best fighting the best, that is what this sport needs!, all champions putting their belts on the line, fighting for not just one title, but 2 or more, maybe even all 4!
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