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    Default Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder who wins and why

    your thoughts?

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    Default Re: Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder who wins and why

    Honestly I think Joshua is the more polished boxer albeit he's less experienced than Wilder but Wilder isn't too far ahead in that respect. Right now not knowing how each will react to being hit flush it comes down to whoever lands first....Wilder early or Joshua later is what I think but I am leaning Joshua
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    Default Re: Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder who wins and why

    I think that's a kill or be killed fight for both, and that's not to discredit eithers ability. Would lean towards Joshua I think, especially if it went a few rounds, but they are two giants who can really punch and clearly have never fought anything like the other.

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    Although Joshua isn't the finished article , I'd fancy him against Wilder.
    I have to say I'm not particularly impressed with Wilder, considering he had amateur pedigree and has fought a lot of guys, I think he's pretty raw and lacking style and technique.

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    Default Re: Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder who wins and why

    Joshua KO early. Better boxing skills and better power.

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    Default Re: Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder who wins and why

    Wow. Two heavyweight 'world' titlists ..... and both are unproven novices.
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    Default Re: Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder who wins and why

    Who ever lands first wins.

    However Wilder is more experienced and has gone the distance.
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    Default Re: Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder who wins and why

    I can't come up with a fighter whose name accurately depicts a fighter more than Wilder, because that it exactly how he gets at times....Wilder.

    The instant Deontay throws one of those clumsy roundhouse shots losing his footing and leaving himself open, he's gonna catch one flush on the jaw by Joshua...and it's good night Irene.

    Wilder has some of the worst fundamentals I've ever seen of a "champion" fighter. He clearly didn't know anything about boxing at a young age, or put very much work into it to say the least.

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    Wow. Two heavyweight 'world' titlists ..... and both are unproven novices.
    I think it speaks more to them being the two most biggest physical beasts out there, although Wilder has been champ a while and should take some flack for weak opposition for sure.

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