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    I think Joshua had that in the bag when he knocked down ruiz but then he fell into the old trap made for euro heavyweights, got to be exciting and get the highlight KO to crack America, he got a bit lazy with his defence and let ruiz right back into it and the fat git capatilized really well, the second knockdown was the one that killed Joshua....

    I'd expect Joshua to win the rematch but ruiz proved me and many others wrong, that git really can fight, he countered excellently.

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    Joshua did win rounds there though and in a rematch and chosen ref who won't let Ruiz work and an octopus game plan they might be able to do something. Plus the judges here seemed a bit iffy too. I would want Ruiz to win, but you never know. Joshua did make very poor mistakes here especially after the first KD and that is something that can be worked on. Distance, jab to body, movement, but Ruiz will stalk him and once those hands flow, you never know.
    Joshua won't give him any free shots in a rematch. We know he can do twelve rounds when he hasn't been clocked. Might easily be a twelve round borefest with the little fat guy throwing hooks that miss by a mile at the plodding jabber.
    If anything Ruiz showed he can force the exchanges and it'll be more up to Joshua to set down, mentally and otherwise, on the right hand and know they're coming back. Ruiz did pretty good at getting small inside with quick shots and got Joshua rolling straight back standing tall for the longer stuff.
    t'll be hard for him to get past that jab though if Joshua keeps it at distance. Ruiz definitely will fancy beating him again though and he knows how to do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palmerq View Post
    I think Joshua had that in the bag when he knocked down ruiz but then he fell into the old trap made for euro heavyweights, got to be exciting and get the highlight KO to crack America, he got a bit lazy with his defence and let ruiz right back into it and the fat git capatilized really well, the second knockdown was the one that killed Joshua....

    I'd expect Joshua to win the rematch but ruiz proved me and many others wrong, that git really can fight, he countered excellently.
    He'd seen Wilder come up with a highlight reel first round sparking and wanted to make a statement too. Next thing he doesn't know where he is. If I was Wilder I would be making that point right now. Wilder was definitely partly responsible for Joshua getting caught like that. I would be saying that anyway if I was Wilder. I would be beating the shit out of Joshua mentally on an ongoing basis about that if I was Wilder or Fury. I checked their twitter posts and Fury is being all sportsmanlike and gracious and Wilder is very subdued for him. I would be laughing my head off on video and telling him I'm going to take his head off and I would have posted it five minutes after he lost. I'd be on about my fifth video by now.

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    I’m a big AJ fan and this was heartbreaking to watch. I was yelling for Joshua to get his fuckin hands up n bring them back to his face after punching. Also to fucking punch! Jesus what a shocker. Seen Ruiz fight live in Fresno last year against Kevin Johnson, whom went the distance but 4 years ago was destroyed by Joshua in 2 rounds! Hoping Joshua can come back from this and hasn’t lost his hunger. He looked passive in there at times n behaved bizarrely after the fight. Classy but odd. Good for Ruiz as he’s a class act himself. Honestly though, I’m gutted.

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    Deontay Wilder

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    He wasn’t a true champion. His whole career was consisted of lies, contradictions and gifts.
    Facts and now we know who was running from who!!!!
    #TilThisDay

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    We have our back and Forth’s but @anthonyfjoshua changed his stars through life. heavyweight boxing, these things happen, rest up, recover, regroup and come again 👊🏼

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    This is what happens when you prepare for one guy and another shows up full of fight. this has happen before. the loss is no big deal. A rematch will put the whole issue to bed. No doubt people will over reacted.

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    Here for my crow. I think this is the most wrong I’ve ever been. I accept that with all the smack anyone wants to throw at me. It’s well deserved

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbig1 View Post
    This is what happens when you prepare for one guy and another shows up full of fight. this has happen before. the loss is no big deal. A rematch will put the whole issue to bed. No doubt people will over reacted.
    I hope you’re right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KickMuck View Post
    Deontay Wilder

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    He wasn’t a true champion. His whole career was consisted of lies, contradictions and gifts.
    Facts and now we know who was running from who!!!!
    #TilThisDay

    Wilder blew the chance to 'expose' him. So, too, did Fury, what a shame these guys stepped down and allowed Ruiz to step up. Well, next up to get knocked down? Fury, then Wilder!!!!!!
    All's lost! Everything's going to shit!

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    I will be having a flutter on Ruiz if he is long odds.
    Bet365 has ruis 125/1 for the first 2 rounds then 150/1 thereafter. The combination round odds don't work out maths wise as good value, so I just had a £ a round.
    18/1 Ruiz by ko , hmm may go for a late win at those odds.
    Ruiz does have a good chin and engine £20 on that isn't a bad flutter.
    Ruiz doesn’t have great power though. I just think that there’s no way Ruiz wins. I don’t see the knockout and even if he bests AJ, he won’t get the decision
    Good odds are not reason for bad bets.

    Thankyou for the advice ron . lol
    After the third round I thought back to this. Hopefully you did put some money down. Haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Here for my crow. I think this is the most wrong I’ve ever been. I accept that with all the smack anyone wants to throw at me. It’s well deserved
    Me and you both. Well basically everybody. I did not see that coming. At best I thought Ruiz could make it uncomfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
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    I will be having a flutter on Ruiz if he is long odds.
    Bet365 has ruis 125/1 for the first 2 rounds then 150/1 thereafter. The combination round odds don't work out maths wise as good value, so I just had a £ a round.
    18/1 Ruiz by ko , hmm may go for a late win at those odds.
    Ruiz does have a good chin and engine £20 on that isn't a bad flutter.
    Ruiz doesn’t have great power though. I just think that there’s no way Ruiz wins. I don’t see the knockout and even if he bests AJ, he won’t get the decision
    Either he hits hard or Joshua is dodgy around the whiskers.
    Remember reality is an illusion caused by a lack of alcohol .

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    Joshua's last bad performance as such was Takam. I think he needs a full camp focused on one fighter to fight well.

    His chin is fine. Got up from wlad who puts people to sleep and recovered Vs whyte

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    Quote Originally Posted by oakleyno1 View Post
    Joshua's last bad performance as such was Takam. I think he needs a full camp focused on one fighter to fight well.

    His chin is fine. Got up from wlad who puts people to sleep and recovered Vs whyte
    Truth is your chin is only fine until the point that it isn't.

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