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    Default Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Hunter is more than capable of outboxing Wilder, but if the naturally bigger Wilder lands his atomic bomb of a right hand, I don't see Hunter getting up.

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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Don’t know too much about Hunter, but if he’s good enough to get the better of Povetkin and he can box and move a bit, he should beat Wilder.
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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Wilder was very fortunate to have been champion but think he could just beat Hunter. However when Wilder loses again to Fury I think he will retire.
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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Is this match up in the works or just an "who wins" opinion?

    Would really like this fight. I think Hunter is probably a bit underrated and under the radar somewhat. Didn't see the fight vs Povetkin so unsure how he did there.
    But he is a good boxer puncher and would outbox Wilder no doubt.
    However as we know, Wilder has that insane power and he probably just needs to find that 1 shot at 85%+ to end things.
    Decent match up for me.

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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Hunter deserves better than he's receiving from Hearn and company. Dude is pretty crafty when he stays smart. Well he got a decent build and Povetkin was a literal coin flip. His lack of one punch eraser hurts him though. For Wilder I think Hunter gets hit to much. Then again the way Wilder has been yammering on since the Fury smack down Wilder has the type of erratic mentality a Hunter could exploit.

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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Wilder will pull off the win but that will be his last hurrah in boxing. Its all downhill after that.

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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Does nobody want to see Andy Ruiz back in action. Good action?
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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Quote Originally Posted by ykdadamaja View Post
    Does nobody want to see Andy Ruiz back in action. Good action?
    Yes but...

    1. Burritos MUST be restricted;

    2. Minimum 30 pounds MUST be lost;

    3. The millions he made will prevent #1 and #2 above

    4. If he does manage to lose the weight, people will duck him like a chainsaw coming at your neck

    5. If he ever fights again, like buster Douglas, it will be unmotivated, having already scaled Mount Everest

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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ykdadamaja View Post
    Does nobody want to see Andy Ruiz back in action. Good action?
    Yes but...

    1. Burritos MUST be restricted;

    2. Minimum 30 pounds MUST be lost;

    3. The millions he made will prevent #1 and #2 above

    4. If he does manage to lose the weight, people will duck him like a chainsaw coming at your neck

    5. If he ever fights again, like buster Douglas, it will be unmotivated, having already scaled Mount Everest
    Hard to argue those points.
    It's an interesting one to monitor, and I suppose he will be something of an unknown quantity in that regard.
    We know on a good day he has fast hands and can box well, and can punch with stoppage power.
    Motivation is the key factor you'd imagine, but if he could get up for it there's still some pretty decent big money fights for him. Whyte, Povetkin, Hunter, Ortiz, Wilder

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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Quote Originally Posted by TonnnnUK View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ykdadamaja View Post
    Does nobody want to see Andy Ruiz back in action. Good action?
    Yes but...

    1. Burritos MUST be restricted;

    2. Minimum 30 pounds MUST be lost;

    3. The millions he made will prevent #1 and #2 above

    4. If he does manage to lose the weight, people will duck him like a chainsaw coming at your neck

    5. If he ever fights again, like buster Douglas, it will be unmotivated, having already scaled Mount Everest
    Hard to argue those points.
    It's an interesting one to monitor, and I suppose he will be something of an unknown quantity in that regard.
    We know on a good day he has fast hands and can box well, and can punch with stoppage power.
    Motivation is the key factor you'd imagine, but if he could get up for it there's still some pretty decent big money fights for him. Whyte, Povetkin, Hunter, Ortiz, Wilder
    Good points. Perhaps he wont "go Buster" on himself. Perhaps he can come back and make a good showing or even better. If for nothing else than to make up for that lard-ass performance and go out on a good note.

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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    I like Hunter. He did well with Povetkin, as Spicoli said it was a coin toss. I think he'd do well with Wilder for as long as he can stay in the fight. Faster, better technical skills. But he's just short of the best of the best and that's the ones Wilder generally gets to sooner or later.
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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    There is a Wilder every other generation in boxing. A HW who is the epitome of a puncher's chance. Only he is the top echelon.
    Just as guys like Holmes, Ali & many more stated Shavers was the hardest hitter of their era, yet he outboxed no one and when he got tired, he flung & whaled away. 68kos out of 74 is what history tells us of him- and the "He shook my kinfolk in Africa quote from Ali. Or the highlight of Holmes rising from his KD. Few talk of him getting stopped 7 times, fighting 24 years & never won a major title.

    While David Tua actually had a bit of skill he was THE HW puncher's fighter of his era. Peep this: When he took on Ibeabuchi @ 27-0 ---25 of those fights averaged 3 rounds.
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    Wilder is not lucky. In any era he would've knocked more than a few high profile boxers the (F) out. I see him for what he is; a fighter who can beat the BEST defensive fighter; with one frigging shot. & I enjoy watching it!

    Wilder vs Hunter? Same scenario- Deontay is outboxed, for 6,7,8 rounds lands one & it's goodnight Hunter!!!
    All's lost! Everything's going to shit!

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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Quote Originally Posted by SlimTrae View Post
    Wilder vs Hunter? Same scenario- Deontay is outboxed, for 6,7,8 rounds lands one & it's goodnight Hunter!!!
    I think most knowledgeable fight fans would see it this way to be fair. Good post though!

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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    I think deontay Wilder is just like a Michael Grant....

    I saw too many of his opponents just standing against the ropes with their hands up in a peekaboo style right in his punching range and take punch after punch until he pounds them down unconscious

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    Default Re: Deontay Wilder vs. Michael Hunter.

    Somebody needed to put their head on his chest and make it a fight in a phone booth

    He can't win a fight like that

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