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Deontay Wilder doesn’t learn as he keeps talking about Fury and Price

wilder2By Dominic Sauboorah: I actually am getting a kick out of heavyweight prospect Deontay Wilder slating off the more proven prospects Tyson Fury and David Price, both of whom are on the cusp of a world title shot, whilst Wilder is still fighting the likes of Matt Greer. The guy is so idiotic it somewhat irritates me.

Wilder stated how his jab is more powerful than Fury and Price’s normal punches. I’m sorry but how stupid do you want to get? I do think Wilder has the power to trouble most heavyweights in the world, but power doesn’t dictate everything in this sport which is something that Wilder really needs to become aware of.

I barely even respect how he’s having loads of fights before he goes after the true contenders, considering the fact that he has amateur experience so it shouldn’t take him that long. It was a lot different for Julio Cesar Chavez Jr due to the fact that he had no amateur experience prior to him turning professional therefore he needed to have a lot of fights to get settled into the sport. But that’s not the worst part.

The fact that this joke of a fighter has the audacity to call out David Price and Tyson Fury, both of whom are in the top 20, is disgraceful considering the fact that he continues to fight bum after bum and he himself isn’t even ranked in the top 100 heavyweights, thereby emphasizing how his record has been seriously massaged.

Deontay Wilder is ridiculous and I can only pity this pathetic excuse of a fighter. If he wants those fights he’s going to have to show that he deserves it in the ring and not by flapping his lips about how he can do this and that when he’s proving pretty much nothing in the heavyweight division. The guy’s an out and out embarrassment to the sport and I can imagine Tyson Fury out boxing him left right and centre and I can imagine David Price knocking him out inside 4 rounds. Less talk Wilder, more action.

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