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    Default Should Wilder prove that he broke his arm?

    Wilder alleges that he broke his arm 12 weeks before the fight. That is quite an assertion and a broken arm something that requires considerable time to recover from. Why would you not just postpone the fight considering its magnitude? Do you believe him? Should he provide medical proof to back up what he is saying?
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    Default Re: Should Wilder prove that he broke his arm?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    Wilder alleges that he broke his arm 12 weeks before the fight. That is quite an assertion and a broken arm something that requires considerable time to recover from. Why would you not just postpone the fight considering its magnitude? Do you believe him? Should he provide medical proof to back up what he is saying?
    Didn’t hear that, any details? Fracture during training? What arm? I’ll look it up see what I see

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    Default Re: Should Wilder prove that he broke his arm?

    And yes miles, if he says that he should prove it. I’ve broken many bones. What is this surgery thing about? Usually that is about putting in hardware to rejoin to break. Even young and in top physical form that is a big heal and your biggest weapon. if he says this I’d like to see more proof. People had money on the fight, I don’t know if things like this should be hidden
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    Default Re: Should Wilder prove that he broke his arm?

    Walrus, there are a few links and comments in the RBR thread in the final page or two. I would get it if he broke a bone in his hand during the fight or something like that, but 12 weeks before a fight sounds a bit ridiculous. And not the hand, but the arm? Is there any photo footage of him around that time? Is he willing to back that up? Absolutely, most who picked Wilder were picking by KO and would have likely had some money on it too. That's a kind of con job if true. I get that you cannot reveal every ache and pain, but with a serious injury you have a responsibility to those watching the fight and yourself to be at your very best.
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    Default Re: Should Wilder prove that he broke his arm?

    Meh...... to me it's neither here nor there.

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    Default Re: Should Wilder prove that he broke his arm?

    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Meh...... to me it's neither here nor there.
    Looking at the type of fight and how he was able to land with full force several times I would kind of agree, but to say you broke your arm 12 weeks before a fight is pretty extreme. It is not quite on Tyson broken back territory, but still rather eyebrow raising.
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    Default Re: Should Wilder prove that he broke his arm?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    Wilder alleges that he broke his arm 12 weeks before the fight. That is quite an assertion and a broken arm something that requires considerable time to recover from. Why would you not just postpone the fight considering its magnitude? Do you believe him? Should he provide medical proof to back up what he is saying?
    Wilder should prove to us, round by round, why he felt he deserved a draw against Fury let alone a win.

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