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    Default Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    Wilder and Whyte will be working ringside for the Joshua v Parker fight so are bound to cross paths and have some verbals which should be explosive, Whyte remains the number 1 mandatory for Wilders WBA belt.

    There's no chance Wilder v Joshua happens in the summer as Wilder has only just become {just) a PPV fighter in the USA.

    I think Whyte v Wilder should happen next and Eddie Hearn has already offered Wilder a career high payday of around $4 Million and says he will up that offer today to get this fight over the line.

    I'm hoping the WBA force this on Wilder anyway and it's a fight i'd love to see.

    Who you picking if they meet?

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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    Probably Wilder mid to late round KO

    Would prefer Whyte to win but don't think he has the skills - although appears to have come on ,eaps and bounds since Joshua fight

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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    Quote Originally Posted by oakleyno1 View Post
    Probably Wilder mid to late round KO

    Would prefer Whyte to win but don't think he has the skills - although appears to have come on ,eaps and bounds since Joshua fight



    I'm not convinced Whyte wins either but he definitely deserves this fight and must have a punchers chance at the very least.

    The build up to this would be Box Office alone so i'm hoping for a heated exchange of words on Saturday and you just know that Whyte will go looking for him and get right in his face

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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    For sure a good punchers chance. Would be exciting until the end

    Build up would be epic

    I hope Whyte wins as well so we can see another celebration like this...


    Watch from 1 min 43 in where Whyte somehow almost kicks himself over

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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    He did get a bit emotional

    Wilder doesn't seem that keen on fighting Whyte next



    Wilder accuses Hearn of diversion tactics, using Whyte to distract fight talk away from Joshua

    http://www.worldboxingnews.net/2018/...ay-from-joshua

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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    Wilder should 100% be pursuing an AJ fight. If AJ won’t fight him, the Whyte fight is probably as interesting of a fight as you will get for him.

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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    Whyte looked good going to the body and opening up the shots upstairs. Browne really allowed him to take some powerful digs in on the body. However the bad news for Whyte is for whatever reason, his defense or lack there of he's very open to the right cross right down the middle. Browne split his guard several times. If Whyte makes the adjustments to that he could be very tough for anyone but that's a big time flaw which can be exploited by AJ and Wilder especially.


    Whyte vs Povetkin wouldn't be bad, but hell talking about Povetkin these days is like talking about Valuev it's like the heavyweight junior division. Won't travel, won't make big fights, won't pass drug tests, think they are owed the world, etc.



    Who is training Whyte these days? Is it still Banks?
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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    Just to clear up a few questions and misunderstandings in this thread.

    Wilder is not a PPV fighter

    He's the WBC champion, Whyte is no.1 for that alphabet

    Povetkin is fighting this week in Britain, on AJ's undercard

    Whyte's trainer is Mark Tibbs and has been for about two years (Banks just helped out for the AJ fight).
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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    Just to clear up a few questions and misunderstandings in this thread.

    Wilder is not a PPV fighter

    He's the WBC champion, Whyte is no.1 for that alphabet

    Povetkin is fighting this week in Britain, on AJ's undercard

    Whyte's trainer is Mark Tibbs and has been for about two years (Banks just helped out for the AJ fight).



    My mistake WBC not WBA
    I'd say Wilder is now a draw in the US after the Ortiz win and PPV worthy or thereabouts.
    I think he'll swerve Dillian at all costs unless he's ordered to fight him next.

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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    Whyte may be a loud mouth , however he is one of the few guys who i genuinely believe will fight anyone given the chance.


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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    PPV Star is all dependent on who is willing to pay for the PPV. I don’t think that Wilder is a PPV fighter because most casual boxing fans in the US still don’t know who he is. AJ is a PPV fighter in the UK because everybody knows him.

    Same reason why Canelo is a PPV Star but isn’t nearly as good as some non PPV stars

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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Lord Al View Post
    Whyte may be a loud mouth , however he is one of the few guys who i genuinely believe will fight anyone given the chance.

    Agreed.

    He will fight anyone.

    Only 28 years old and is getting better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Whyte looked good going to the body and opening up the shots upstairs. Browne really allowed him to take some powerful digs in on the body. However the bad news for Whyte is for whatever reason, his defense or lack there of he's very open to the right cross right down the middle. Browne split his guard several times. If Whyte makes the adjustments to that he could be very tough for anyone but that's a big time flaw which can be exploited by AJ and Wilder especially.


    Whyte vs Povetkin wouldn't be bad, but hell talking about Povetkin these days is like talking about Valuev it's like the heavyweight junior division. Won't travel, won't make big fights, won't pass drug tests, think they are owed the world, etc.



    Who is training Whyte these days? Is it still Banks?
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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    Wilder after a right tear up. I’d love to see this one too
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    Default Re: Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder

    I think Wilder wins quite easily using his reach and height. Whyte's not that good and his victory last Saturday was too flattering for him.
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