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    Default New trainer for Wilder?

    Would Wilder benefit from a calm and calculated Virgil hunter?..or even an Adam booth?

    His corner in this fight gave zero instructions and were lost between rounds.

    If Wilder does decide to leave his trainers who would you choose and why?..or should he keep things the same?

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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    Prior to the fight, the main trainer was speaking to BBC Radio about Fury and gave a good account of what Fury does in fights and what they expect.

    However, did they expect Fury to back up his words and hunt Wilder down. Wilder not good on back foot.

    The main trainer said that during the fight, a second member of the team calls the shots.

    From what I understand the main trainer has been there since the beginning, so thats a hard call.

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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    A leopard never changes its spots.

    Wilder will not improve at this stage of his career and should carry on relying on his equaliser because that is his best weapon and got him where he was in boxing. He can make slight adjustments but nothing major.
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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    I think that ship has sailed & sunk.

    Wilder is coming up 35, he isn't going to learn anything now.

    Wilder can still beat most people with his demonic power, but he's just not ever going to beat someone like Fury.
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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    The trainer said the entrance outfit might have been too heavy..?!


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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    Well it looks like Breland has been hung out to dry. Jay Deas saying he knew nothing about throwing the towel in .
    To be honest , blood coming out of his ear that couldn’t be stopped, they shoulda stopped the fight earlier.
    Deas saying Wilder is “go out on his shield kind of guy” is everything that is wrong , as the trainer , you have to have compassion for your fighter, don’t expect your fighter to quit.
    Leaving him in there , in a fight that he had virtually no chance of winning despite that fabled “big right” to keep taking punishment on that ear, increasing the chance of more permanent damage is piss poor.
    And from a technical side of things , it’s strange because Breland has forgotten more than Deas and Wilder know about Boxing skill.
    That doesn’t guarantee that he can be a good trainer, but on the other side, Deas and Wilder are in camp every day, and look at the fighter Wilder is and more importantly how he fights and if there has been any improvement in skil over all these years.
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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    Breland got it spot on imho. He may however be given his equivalent of a P45 for saving the fighter from themselves.

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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    The ref should never accept a towel from a corner to stop a fight. Did the ref even see the towel? Thought he stopped it himself.
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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    Quote Originally Posted by sanatogen View Post
    Breland got it spot on imho. He may however be given his equivalent of a P45 for saving the fighter from themselves.
    Agreed.

    Wilder had been struggling for three rounds.

    He was becoming exhausted & he had little or no chance of beating Fury at that or any stage.

    Breland did the right thing.
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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    Rather than throw the towel in why didn’t they say between rounds that you’re loosing and he has a round to show them that he can still compete?

    Why not tell Wilder end of the 6th round that they are thinking of stopping the fight to get a response in the 7th?

    Wilder should have at least been told they were thinking of stopping it..he is the champion and deserves that..unless it was the ref that stopped it?

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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    I don't know if changing the main trainer would make a world and wonder of difference, likely not, but perhaps a new trainer could help to correct/improve a few key features that IMO, he needs, including pop the jab better. I might be crazy, but I think that a guy like Roach would be perfect for the job; he's good to correct jab and to swtich gears into agressivity. Wouldn't change the whole world, but perhaps just enough to make the required difference.
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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    A new trainer must make some difference..so we have Roach..who else?

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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    Time for that was when he was being out boxed by a Gerald Washington. His flaws are trained into the package now. He'll need to strip the car down to the frame and rebuild but he's too far in on the very top level to have that done now. You can always tweek some things and add a new coat of paint but for the most part I think he is what he was always going to be.

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    Default Re: New trainer for Wilder?

    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    A new trainer must make some difference..so we have Roach..who else?
    I would go with Roach and a few familiar long timers for familiar voices.

    The knockdown happened, but when Wilder was flopping around again quickly, something was wrong there. His legs looked to be dragging in a peculiar fashion meaning that he had no coordination and with the ear gushing, Fury knew he could toy with him then.

    People writing off Wilder forget that Fury himself looked shit against a journeyman a fight before. Wilder can and will do much better than that.

    I would like to see Roach sit down and talk to Wilder, watch footage, then develop strategies. He can come back.

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