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    Whos waiting for Kugan and Eddie Hearn? hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    That was an early stoppage for me. At least give him another chance. He wasn't out on his feet or anything.

    Still, that is Joshua undone and if he wants that Wilder fight he is going to have to accept a pay cut now.
    Seeing the teplayyi don't know, he clearly asks joshua if he's ready to box and he does nothing maybe leans back onto the ropes, he was out of it... He could have fought on if shepardedwthat way but maybe you'd be setting him up for a lot of damage :S... Weird stoppage for sure.

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    Well done Ruiz. He showed hunger, took his licks, and stomped on his man whenever he stepped up the pace. Joshua cannot handle combinations and Ruiz was just too quick and small to grab hold of which is good as I hate that octopus thing.
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    Joshua basically refused to continue fighting. He knew he was shagged and would have been sparked. Ruiz is a Haymon fighter too. Ha. Makes things interesting.

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    Zero response from Joshua in corner, he looked totally adrift. That counter speed fooked him too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmerq View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    That was an early stoppage for me. At least give him another chance. He wasn't out on his feet or anything.

    Still, that is Joshua undone and if he wants that Wilder fight he is going to have to accept a pay cut now.
    Seeing the teplayyi don't know, he clearly asks joshua if he's ready to box and he does nothing maybe leans back onto the ropes, he was out of it... He could have fought on if shepardedwthat way but maybe you'd be setting him up for a lot of damage :S... Weird stoppage for sure.
    It was also strange the previous round. His hands were down and he wasn't even blocking shots there, maybe you are right. He just kept going down and seemed to have no answer to fast combinations. Ruiz did take a few Tyson cues there just as he said. Joshua did seem vacant, but then suddenly protested. He was given a lot of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Zero response from Joshua in corner, he looked totally adrift. That counter speed fooked him too.
    Totally. He threw back fast and then followed up so quickly. Joshua didn't seem to know what to do.
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    Thought Joshua was being a git when he grabbed the mic there but him walking off when Mannix was asking questions and Joshua said talk to him it's his moment, good for Joshua.... It is a bit funny seeing Hearn just now... What a mess they've made :S

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    Bollox to this rematch clause shite.

    I wanna see Ruiz vs Wilder or fury.

    Or even better

    The Mighty Dyllian Whyte!!!

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    Heart of a lion, stamina of a sloth. Wilder has to be a massive favourite now. Once Joshua takes a big punch his legs are on borrowed time. Wilder won't even have to catch him properly to have him rocking.

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    Hearn bit of a condescending prick. 'He'll believe he can win the rematch' . This wasn't a one punch, he broke AJ down. Very surprised. Sure he's American and hell yeah..but fuck that's shocking.

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    Maybe he got a slight concussion when he got hit in the temple. He never really had it after thst
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    That was an early stoppage for me. At least give him another chance. He wasn't out on his feet or anything.

    Still, that is Joshua undone and if he wants that Wilder fight he is going to have to accept a pay cut now.
    Seeing the teplayyi don't know, he clearly asks joshua if he's ready to box and he does nothing maybe leans back onto the ropes, he was out of it... He could have fought on if shepardedwthat way but maybe you'd be setting him up for a lot of damage :S... Weird stoppage for sure.
    It was also strange the previous round. His hands were down and he wasn't even blocking shots there, maybe you are right. He just kept going down and seemed to have no answer to fast combinations. Ruiz did take a few Tyson cues there just as he said. Joshua did seem vacant, but then suddenly protested. He was given a lot of time.
    You're right there, sixth round he was looking a bit out of it, trying and failing to bait ruiz and counter him... You know I don't know what to make of it, his reaction in the corner when ref asks him ready box, it was like me when drunk :S...

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    He seemed really out of it mentally as if he lost his spirit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Hearn bit of a condescending prick. 'He'll believe he can win the rematch' . This wasn't a one punch, he broke AJ down. Very surprised. Sure he's American and hell yeah..but fuck that's shocking.
    I'm guessing his mouth was on autopilot there. He's got to be devastated about this. Joshua now looks eminently beatable. Fury and Wilder look to be the men in the division now. I'd pick both of them over Joshua now although I had Fury beating him before this fight anyway.

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