rightPosted August 2, 2014 6:05 am
Haye said he sparred with Wilder and “testified” that his punches and skills were real. And regarding his 31 KOs in 31 fights, he said that even if his competition was hand-picked, why don’t other fighters have the same record. Meaning, he can really punch. Lastly, he said when he sparred with him, he was wearing headgear and wilder was using 16oz gloves. That being said, when wilder punches someone who is not wearing headgear with 10oz gloves, he is going to do some serious damage.Posted July 26, 2014 6:46 pm
@Eli Dixon A.T.G … Wilder can only fight guys who are willing to get into a ring with him. These contenders talk big until Golden Boy rolls out a contract. Then they get cold feet.
Nobody wants to get their freakin’ head ripped off.Posted July 22, 2014 3:04 am
brza da originator
@tark yeah I respect the scott scalp thats why I said first 30 (scott was 31 ) I know im gettin technical . I hope wilder is the real deal but im old school n believe ur comp should steadily improve till u reach the top . For this reason im sceptical of deontayPosted July 21, 2014 12:56 am
brza da…, Scott was 35-1, hardly a tomato can.. Liakhovich was a World Heavyweight Champion.
The results of those fights helped to scare off contenders.Posted July 20, 2014 8:40 pm
WHOS the w@nker below??lolPosted July 20, 2014 5:52 am
brza da originator
@tark so uf wulder is so anxious for hard fights how come he never progressed from fighting tomato cans to mid level guys to top 10 heavy weights . Usually after about 10 fights u move from tomato cans to mid level u don t fight cans for 30 fights . Am I wrong ?Posted July 20, 2014 12:39 am
@ Custard.., You have no clue what you’re talking about.
Bryant Jennings.., “I have no interest in going near Deontay Wilder.”
Tony Thompson.., “I’m not interested in a fight with Deontay.”
News source Boxing News 24… “Deontay has said many times in the past that he’d love to fight the 6’5″ Thompson, but Thompson would never agree to it. Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer also said in the past that he was interested in matching Deontay vs. Thompson. However, Thompson himself said he wasn’t looking for a fight against Deontay.”
Charr is a fat pig who can’t fight… He called out Povetkin too and got smashed.
Wilder answered both Fury and Browne’s twitter call outs with positive replies.. Richard Shaefer said he wanted the fights very badly—but both of the heavyweights backed out after seeing how super anxious Wilder was to fight them.
Wilder had a fight scheduled with Dereck Chisora in England. He couldn’t get a visa and asked Chisora to come to Vegas for the fight… Chisora declined..Posted July 19, 2014 7:17 pm
custards a c@ntPosted July 19, 2014 3:09 pm
AKA the w@nker below,LOLPosted July 19, 2014 9:41 am
Mustela Putorius Furo
Yes Tark, you should apologize.Posted July 19, 2014 8:27 am
TARK, go to google son.
Type in Jennings calls out Wilder
Stories pop up near the top of all of these searches.
Why not do some basic research before accusing someone of talking bull$h1t, you feisty young whippersnapper?
I`m a tolerant man though, I am prepared to accept your apology son.Posted July 19, 2014 4:35 am
Patrice Jones says.., “Tark. Wilder punches too hard for his own good.”
Nobody can never punch too hard – just like you can never be too rich.
The important thing is to take something off your punches and not throw so hard… Flick your shots with a lot of speed and no load — and throw harder when you have a very clear opening or your opponent is hurt.
Wilder still cranks and throws too hard too often. That’s amateurish.. He has to get away from that at this level because he’s not going to smash everyone who’s a high ranking heavyweight.. He has to use his great reach, range, and speed – and try to set people up and be a lot more patient and box.
Sub-novice Amateurs believe everyone wants to see a brutal slugfest so they throw like crazy. Tough Man Contest stuff.
George Foreman didn’t throw as hard when he came back at age 38.. George had a lot of years to think about what he might have done wrong.. He took a lot off his punches so he could go longer and avoid some hits himself..
Nothing saps your energy like a toe-to-toe slugfest. You can do Hagler-Hearns for a maximum of 3 rounds – but you can box at a hard pace for 12 rounds with no problem.Posted July 19, 2014 4:13 am
Bill Patrice Jones
Tark. Wilder punches too hard for his own good. It’s actually a hinderence at this juncture of his career. Someone like Liakhovic, although well faded, was expected to be bale to go some rounds and thereby demonstrate Wilder’s stamina and workrate ability. He’s been talking since the amateurs about how good he thinks his engine and durability is, but as a professional has never been able to show it. There’s NO mistake though, this guy is a genuine top top destroyer of a puncher. He’s in the Earnie Shavers, Gerry Cooney, George Foreman category. You get caught flush you don’t recover. The Stiverne Wilder fight is fascinating to me, Vitali’s relinquising the belt actually freshened things, even though we all would like to see him keep fightingPosted July 19, 2014 1:15 am
Wilder has the next mandatory shot… Wilder-Stiverne winner to fight Jennings nxt.Posted July 18, 2014 6:14 pm
Why is Jennings and Perez fighting for mandatory WBC? Is Wilder giving up his shot?Posted July 18, 2014 4:47 pm
For instance… Floyd Mayweather was pretty frank after his Cotto fight… “I got hit too much… I brought my father back in to address the defensive problems.”
You wouldn’t know unless you fight somebody good.Posted July 18, 2014 3:21 pm
Custard says.., “Given the number of people that called Wilder out and want some of that china-chin.”
Who called Wilder out??? Jennings?… Fury?… Pulev?… Haye?… Perez?… Arreola?… Glazkov?… Adamek?… Povetkin?… Browne?… Stiverne?…
GTFOOH with your BULLSHlT!!! … If Wilder wasn’t Stiverne’s mandatory challenger NOBODY ranked would fight him.. That’s not good for Wilder.. That’s not good for the heavyweight division.
What’s happening is this … Heavyweights are becoming too cautious with their careers… there’s tons of top heavyweights who haven’t fought each other — but I think it’s the managers more than the fighters.
They always forget that Wladimir was KO’d 3 times before he ever reached his potential as a boxer… If nobody kicks your ass — how would you know that you really need to work on something???Posted July 18, 2014 3:13 pm
Octavius Jomar Chatman
I’m curious as to how Wilder will react when he hits someone with his best and they don’t go anywhere…I’m also curious as to how he will respond when he is taken into territory he hasn’t had to visit….Posted July 18, 2014 2:53 pm
I do not think Wilder can go 12 rounds before gassing. Stiverne will knock his azz out in 7 rounds.Posted July 18, 2014 10:58 am
Bill Patrice Jones
I like the way Stiverne fights. He is patient and doesn’t over expend his energy. I think it’s highly beneficial for him to be flat footed because guys like him who are naturally extremely muscular often tire too badly when they try to bounce and move. Also remember that at Samuel Peter’s destructive heyday Stiverne was a permanent feature of his sparring partners solely because he was one of the few who could take his shots. However, as monstrous a puncher Samuel Peter was, I unfortunately believe Wilder hits harder. Stiverne needs to whack him, and I mean whack him early on. Slow him down, put fear and doubt in his mind and then work from there. If Stiverne has a low guard and starts slow ala the Arreola rematch then there’s no reason why Deontay can’ charge him and just decapitate him with those viciously fast mega punches. I doubt we will ever see a decision fight with Wilder win or losePosted July 18, 2014 8:50 am
both are a joke. jog on.Posted July 18, 2014 5:43 am
Tark says…..I hope they DON’T cancel… Trying to get ranking heavyweights into a boxing ring to oppose Wilder has been all but impossible for Golden Boy.
You’re mentally ill you dumb piece of doo doo. You’re pulling horsecrap out your ass.Posted July 18, 2014 3:38 am
brza da originator
Im tellin u bro whover u are (is that u deontay ? ). I ve been researchin furys clan on the net his father is doin 10 yrs for gouging a mans eye out his relations fight all over ireland n europe bareknuckle in streetfights for high stakes money . His cousin is legendary bareknuckle fighter bartely gorman n another cousin is Irish andy lee . Trust me bro this guy wud fight deontay with 2 broken hands . He comes from a brutal lineagePosted July 18, 2014 2:40 am
Wilder was offered 7 figures to step in for haye n refused??? HORSESHlT!!!
More HORSESHlT as usual… Fury was offered a Wilder fight and immediately said he was retiring from Boxing with 1000% certainty.Posted July 18, 2014 2:27 am
AKA no nuts below, LOLPosted July 18, 2014 2:10 am
brza da originator
Ahahaha r u talkin about a twitter war . Wilder was offered 7 figures to step in for haye n he refused . Bar malick scott everyone of tysons first 10 fights r tougher than all wilders 31 ( bar firtha who the both iced) . Tyson may be a lot of things but scared ain t one of em .Those r facts my man not opinions .Posted July 18, 2014 1:32 am
@ brza da originator
BULLSHlT BRZA…. Fury already had chances galore to fight Wilder… He sent out a tweet challenging Wilder to a fight… “Come on Bronze Bomber! Let’s give these people a fight!!!”
Wilder responded with tweets within the hour saying “YES!!! LETS DO IT!!”
Fury put out his next tweets — saying he decided to retire… with 1000% certainty he was never going to fight again.
That’s how much he really wanted to fight Wilder.Posted July 18, 2014 1:17 am
brza da originator
I know about the mandatory . U said tyson would not fight deontay in 100 yrs like he was scared . I simply said fury wud fight deontay any time any place . Its in an irish travellers blood to fightPosted July 18, 2014 1:13 am
@ brza da originator
Do you listen? Fury is fighting K if he wins. He’s done. His goose is cooked.
Wilder will be fighting Jennings if he beats Stiverne, the winner to fight K next yearPosted July 18, 2014 1:08 am
Stiverne is smarter than that
If you watched Corrie Sanders, he didn’t jump on Wladimir straight away. He got his bearings first for a few seconds… then he got his opportunity and exploded. Stiverne is a lot smarter than he looks and can follow the same strategy.
He waited on Arreloa a lot in their second encounter — and he was just looking for the perfect opening. He can’t afford to wait that long this time or he’ll be a gonner … but he still wants to land something really big to get Wilder started.
He doesn’t want to be flinging punches with Deontay — he wants to get him hurt pretty good so he can throw with impunity. Wilder is not an expert clincher so Bermane has a good chance to get him.Posted July 18, 2014 1:02 am
brza da originator
Fury is younger n has been matched way tougher than wilder . When haye pulled out of his fight wit tyson they sent out feelers to wilder (who had been sparring with haye ) and they got back crickets . Trust me fury comes from a viscious bareknuckle fighting family ( bartely gorman n andy lee r his cousins ) he would take that fight in the morningPosted July 18, 2014 12:53 am
Bill Patrice Jones
Stiverne needs to jump on Wilder straight away and try to land something meaningful in round 1. The single question with Wilder is his chin holding up. Don’t be surprised though iF Wilder blasts Stiverne away. His power is utterly devastatingPosted July 18, 2014 12:45 am
Fury would have to get past Chisora
Even if he does that, he won’t fight Wilder in a 100 years. He’s got WK next if he winsPosted July 18, 2014 12:41 am
brza da originator
No doubt in my mind if stevierne don t want none of wilder then Fury will take it garaunteedPosted July 18, 2014 12:31 am
Whodat, that is perhaps the most insulting thing you could say. Boxtradamus is a total simpleton. The Oracle has spoken.Posted July 17, 2014 9:17 pm
eric its not stiverne its don king who worry about wilder. and is running from him.Posted July 17, 2014 8:24 pm
we’ll see who’s chin is softier when he fights StivernePosted July 17, 2014 8:09 pm
WILDER IS A BUM
Wilder is a utter trash. Wilder’s chin is pure, unadulterated china.Posted July 17, 2014 8:01 pm
… “Wilder vs. Stiverne was coming too early. I hope they cancel.”
It’s coming WAAAY too early for Wilder… but just right for Stiverne.
I hope they DON’T cancel… Trying to get ranking heavyweights into a boxing ring to oppose Wilder has been all but impossible for Golden Boy.
At least this fight will give Deontay some top level experience and give him some rounds — win or lose.
Even is he loses how bad could it be??? Wladimir Klitschko got KO’d 3 X before he hit his stride — the problem is all these jackass managers don’t want to take any tough fights versus hard punchers.Posted July 17, 2014 7:55 pm
you hope they cancel because then one of your two great black dopes will be out of the equation. let these two bums fight eachother now since they will never have the balls to fight the real champion. no more excuses. wilder is over 30 and has fought enough bums.Posted July 17, 2014 7:31 pm
I don’t think this fight is going to happen … hand injury or whatever the excuse.
But I am glad it is not happening.
I would rather see Wilder in 2-3 more fights with C+ level competition — get rounds, build skills, get knockouts.
And I would like to see Stiverne fight on the same nights against C+ level guys and do the same — more rounds, improve skills, get knockouts.
Then these two B level guys should fight in about one year for the right to fight Klitschko or whoever is left.
Wilder vs. Stiverne was coming too early. I hope they cancel.Posted July 17, 2014 7:29 pm
This is Stiverne’s best chance to beat Wilder… It’s his best shot. He wouldn’t want to fight Deontay after he’s had a couple of tough fights that went 10 or 12 rounds.
This could be the thinking in his camp… get this greenie right now!!!Posted July 17, 2014 4:57 pm
Wes, why are you and others assuming Stiverne is scared or avoiding Wilder. He’s voiced his desire to fight him. Initially he was wavering whether he’ll try to set up unification with Wlad , but since he has to fight Pulev, now he’s up for this fight with wilder. In other words what gives you guys the idea that King is trying to “milk the title”.Posted July 17, 2014 4:43 pm
The oracle…you sound a lot like the boxtra.Posted July 17, 2014 3:21 pm
Stiverne. The Oracle has spoken.Posted July 17, 2014 2:35 pm
Stiverne will drop Wilder in CRUSHING KO fashion. Wilder will be seeing stars from a thunderous right hand to the chin. Wilder is not ready for this fight and shouldn’t even be fighting for a belt. I am the greatest fight PROPHET ever born!!!!Posted July 17, 2014 2:30 pm
keep the plastic comments rolling AnonymousPosted July 17, 2014 2:23 pm
we all know don king want to milk this title. so if wilder is so easy why would king run from wilder and risk having Stiverne strip of the title. plus its a big money fight for king more than what he would be getting fighting somebody else. don is scare of wilder.Posted July 17, 2014 1:58 pm
f~k of Anonymous you plastic prikPosted July 17, 2014 10:56 am
ass god lacks boxing knowledge and fury lacks the skills to be anything other than a journeyman. lolPosted July 17, 2014 6:02 am
if arreola shows up stiverne will ko him. wilder i’m no so sure he can reach him. he has a good chance of getting smashed himselfPosted July 17, 2014 2:25 am
If Wilder shows up, Stiverne will KO him.Posted July 17, 2014 1:43 am
brza da originator
Heavyweight division heating up . Fury chisora winner fights wilder steivrne winner n then the winner getsa shot at Wlad / pulev . Big fights im lookin forward to see just hope they end up on us tv (salsa garcia there not)Posted July 17, 2014 1:37 am
Pratt i would pick Stiverne by KO as well. I am not sure the fight is gonna happen though. I think Wilder just might be talking out of his a$$ and then when he wins fights and they ask him about facing one of the champions he will say “talk to my manager baby, it’s whatever my team puts in front of me, i’m blessed” . They may just wait till Wlad retires and win a vacant belt. Or try to fight Tyson Fury for a big payday first.Posted July 17, 2014 12:32 am
I believe in Stiverne. I was very impressed and happy to see a HW show such speed and snap in his punches. His footwork is a little planted. He reminds me a bit of Ray Mercer. Wilder i have no idea if he is as good as he is billed. I absolutely do not trust his chin, or his mental toughness. And i have not seen his stamina either. It seems with Wilder his handlers are just moving him like a Jermain Taylor, keep him winning to get him a title shot without him even facing one live body on the way. Then hope for the best and he will have made enough money to retire on after the rematch win lose or draw. The one drawback i see in Stiverne is he is already 35, a young 35 perhaps. But that is still pretty old HW or not to have just arrived on the world scene. Hopefully he will have a few years in him still.Posted July 17, 2014 12:30 am
Haye was on the verge of KOing Wilder in sparring. Wilder windmills and leaves himself open for a bomb much like the one Stiverne planted on Arreola’s nose. I am going with Stiverne by way of KO. A Brutal KO!!Posted July 17, 2014 12:25 am
Wilder is a total fraud. All he’s done is pad his record for five years with bar patrons and homeless people, pathetic paid losers who fall over on cue. And even some of these guys have managed to crack Wilder’s fragile whiskers. Stiverne is gonna destroy this glass-jawed fraud, early.Posted July 16, 2014 11:39 pm
Bill Patrice Jones
If Wilder wipes out Stiverne no more questions about his pedigreePosted July 16, 2014 11:28 pm
“Robotic and impersonal”..the author watched Rocky 4 too much.Posted July 16, 2014 10:01 pm
brza da originator
If wilder is all hype steverne will find him out . Lets get it on .Posted July 16, 2014 9:11 pm
“I don’t care much about this article all I want in life is a large black peice rammed in me hard and fast.” – LMAO.Posted July 16, 2014 8:01 pm
’76 Olympic Team
I think Stiverne is a tough hombre…I was rooting for Cris on both occasions. He has a good chin and his punches have some steam behind them. Wilder is the wild card (ha). I’m looking forward to this dust up.Posted July 16, 2014 7:17 pm
BURGER IN A BAP
and you are Anonymous!own up arse holePosted July 16, 2014 6:01 pm
wilder is a bum.Posted July 16, 2014 5:52 pm
leave my eric out of this,hes lush.we are an item,live with it you lot,its about time you all came out!!we could have so much macho fun on this BOXING site. lolPosted July 16, 2014 5:51 pm
If Wilder gets past Stiverne he will be more respected by alot more boxing fans.But at the same time Stiverne isnt Wilders worst nightmare,Wilder has the tools to beat this guy,and yet still not be the major threat some think he is in the division even with the victory here.But atleast Wilder is getting nearer and nearer to the truth we will soon see his real abilty in the ring…Posted July 16, 2014 5:48 pm
leave my eric out of this,hes lush.we are an item,live with it you lot,its about time you all came out!!we could have so much macho fun on this BOXING site,Posted July 16, 2014 5:42 pm
f~k of Anonymous and take eric with you.you garden slugPosted July 16, 2014 5:38 pm
H@mster, GTFO of here with your incessant BS and FAKE TARK postings you piece.Posted July 16, 2014 4:21 pm
Jimmy Young.., “Foreman can hit real hard. That’s always nice — but lets see what George does when he hears: “round 9″ … “round 10″ … “round 11″.”Posted July 16, 2014 3:25 pm
This author is seriously stupid to say the Klitschko Bros are robotic and impersonal. They’re very relaxed and love people to death. They treat people and reporters with respect, consideration, and kindness.
Stiverne is a good guy too, but he can get a little full of himself… He’s putting Deontay down a “little kid” who needs attention.
He thinks DW is just a brat 4-round fighter cutting up, while Bermane’s been a full 12 rounds while accelerating the action all the way through the final stanza.
But I’d say Stiverne needs some attention as well. He’ll get tons of attention when Wilder gets a chance to tee up that massive head of Bermane’s. Deontay will be flinging lethal punches … coming from left field, right field, and off the floor.. Don’t get in the way of one or you’ll never get out of the 4th.. I’ll give you a 40% chance to survive that long.
If you do — it’s uncharted territory for Deontay. Let’s see if his demeanor changes at all in the 5th round, or if he gets hit hard on the chin. This is a fascinating fight.Posted July 16, 2014 3:15 pm
I don’t care much about this article all I want in life is a large black peice rammed in me hard and fast. That’s why I love boxing and all the hunky black men. I know nothing about boxing but I know loads about giant black c****Posted July 16, 2014 2:46 pm
any muppet gets a hw belt today.just ask david price.Posted July 16, 2014 2:28 pm
I am gay and proud!!Posted July 16, 2014 2:05 pm
mr GAV YOUR A MUPPETPosted July 16, 2014 2:03 pm
“Stiverne is a breath of fresh air in a division dominated by the robotic, impersonal Klitschko brothers for the past decade.” – This author is a mental midget. The K Bros donate huge sums to charity and run charitable foundations. Vitali has the highest KO% of any heavyweight champion in history. Wlad is approaching Joe Louis’ record of successful title defenses, is well spoken in three languages and highly educated. But somehow since they’re not American they’re impersonal robots. Author’s a tard, which is why he didn’t even sign his name to this lame story.Posted July 16, 2014 1:37 pm
the voice of reason
Stiverne is a class act and a far better fighter then most of you people seem to realize. i like wilder too and this should be a great fight.Posted July 16, 2014 12:41 pm
Make or break for both fighters. A great test for wilder a big jump up in class and we will see if he is the real deal or some over rated hype job. If siv losses then at 35 it will be hard for him to make a come back and wilder has only one way to win by brutal KO. If siv wins then he can have a few easy fights ie winner of chisora and fury before facing kilt in the biggest heavy weight fight in a long time. Either way this will be an entertaining but quick fight well worth watchingPosted July 16, 2014 11:50 am
Game of Bros – at least GB has 3 HW’s known throughout the world. The US has 1 HW and no one knows who he is. And that’s because he’s not worth watching. The man has power, but flails his punches like a drunken stripper.Posted July 16, 2014 10:23 am
Stiverne had best be watching his mouth. All Deontay needs is one clear shot to his chin and it’s over. I’d love to see these two guys fight.Posted July 16, 2014 10:03 am
rod, i agree with you.Posted July 16, 2014 8:38 am
it’s definitely not circus. you know nothing about the sweet science.Posted July 16, 2014 8:28 am
Any cab driver will do today. The division is a circus.Posted July 16, 2014 8:21 am
wilder is a major threat to stiverne. He has a freakish punch and a freakish ability to land it”well at least against poor to average competitors”. Stiverne is a solid heavyweight with a good defense, good chin and a big punch who is slow footed has a low work rate and gets fatigued in mid to late rounds. He struggled with a tall 6’5 Austin. Wilder has at least the same skill level as austin but is much taller, much faster, has a long jab with is pretty good and a monster punch that austin does not have. Wilder has the advantage in this fight.Posted July 16, 2014 8:16 am
Wilder by ko in 3 or less. That last anonymous comment was me.Posted July 16, 2014 8:07 am
Wilder will take him out in less than 3 rds. Easy work. Who’s nextPosted July 16, 2014 8:05 am
Swedish Boxing Fan
I’m looking forward for the fight between WBC world champ Bermane Stiverne vs. the undefeated #1 WBC world heavyweight title contender Deontay Wilder.
I think Wilder have a decent chanse of taking Stiverne out.
Lets get it done so the fight will happen this year.Posted July 16, 2014 7:58 am
All in all guys. it’s a good matchup in heavyweight division. we had some recently and will have some soon. that’s what the division needs. my pick here is Stivern due to his experience. talent. fast hands and very solid defence. wilder is just unproven yet. yes he can bang but that’s about it. a windmill tactic leads to loss against skilled or just experienced fighter. remember monte barret against tye fields?
Buy the way. Very soon we’ll see fury vs chisora fight. two big and slow dudes but still. a good matchup for the division. they are no David toe haye though. my pick here is fury. chisora is done and finished long ago.
and don’t forget the real championship fight between the man (and future father of TWO) Vladimir Klitschko and the second best in the division right now. a Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev. The skill set of Pulev is great. he’s not a walk in the park for any top 10 heavyweight out there. and probably could beat all of ‘em not named Vladimir Klitschko. A great fight for the division. now no one will say that Vlad ducks his mandatories.
heavyweight division definitely is not dead.Posted July 16, 2014 6:39 am
Stiverne has good boxing skills but are they good enough for him to stay away from Wilder for 12 rounds. Eventually Wilder will land lets just hope Stiverne’s chin can take it. I can see both fighters being dropped in this fight only Wilder will take more damage. Stiverne by close UDPosted July 16, 2014 6:34 am
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. LionKing)
That video was funny as H3ll…LMFAO!!!
Posted July 15, 2014 7:22 pm
dumbazzPosted July 16, 2014 2:27 am
its hearns throwing at duran. this one is easy. wilder already knocked out somebody with more boxing skills than stiverne has, in about 30 seconds. all deon needs to do is move, box, box, move, move box, grab, move, box, grab, move, box, punch, grab the belt. he doesn’t need to throw that hard. stiverne can’t take a hard shot.Posted July 16, 2014 2:27 am
Wilder’s SKILLS are POOR. When your SKILLS are POOR you’re a LOSS waiting to happen. WHEN is the question. He has almost as MUCH punching power as I DO SO he still is pretty formidable. IF you don’t know how to avoid flush punches you’re getting knocked out. Tell your trainer to bring you a pillow.Posted July 16, 2014 1:54 am
I knocked 250lb heavyweights clean out with left hooks that landed no harder than Wilder’s shot on Scott’s temple. Malik didn’t expect the punch and didn’t see it. The right hand followed and helped put Scott in a daze.
He wasn’t out, but he wasn’t responding well. He got a little tangled in the ropes and couldn’t beat the count… it was a little like the Chisora fight — so Scott is going to have real problems getting fights from here on out. He never even got a punch off.
Not a good warm up fight for Wilder either. A freakin’ goose egg experience wise.Posted July 16, 2014 1:38 am
Vladimir Klitschko beat Wilder from one side of the ring to the other, knocked Wilder down, outboxed him easily, no contest, those are not rumors. At least one person from Vlad’s camp was there at ringside to see it. Wilder said he learned a lot from Vlad…………………….
Stiverne should knock Wilder out, but will that fight ever happen? Don King said he was going to take Stiverne on a world tour to fight no name fighters……………Can’t tell much about Wilder’s power, he hasn’t fought anyone who can fight at all. Scott appeared to take a dive as he did not land the punch that was supposed to have knocked him down…………………….Posted July 16, 2014 1:22 am
I wonder if there’s ever been a heavyweight title challenger before, who’s never been through 4 full rounds as professional fighter. This has to be really scary for Deontay.
If Bermane starts tagging Deontay on the chin it will could be like Sanders vs Klitschko.
Wladimir was about Deontay’s age… He had 42 professional fights and could blow you away with a smashing right hand… But for some reason WK had no idea in the world how to clinch … He never HAD to clinch before, and could never get his head clear after the 1st Sanders’ bomb landed on his chin.Posted July 16, 2014 12:39 am
Game of Bro’s
Wilder = America’s only hope in the HW division. Wow… that’s pathetic.
Posted July 15, 2014 10:16 pm
What’s so pathetic about it? Who do y’all have fury… Del-girl.. The toe Fairy….your a tiny island . You dirt people only play soccer, cricket , and drinking games. We have the The NFL NBA, MLS, .. Boxing is not as pho pale as it is in GREAT Briton…Posted July 16, 2014 12:18 am
The unnamed idiot who wrote this piece said, “Stiverne is a breath of fresh air in a division dominated by the robotic, impersonal Klitschko brothers for the past decade.”
There’s nothing impersonal or robotic about the K Bros. They both speak English and several other languages so they can communicate and relate better with fans worldwide. Vitali is the mayor of Kiev and gave Mike Tyson a tour of the city several years ago.
Every boxer to works in a Klitschko training camp loves it. They’re treated very well… like friends… ask Deontay.Posted July 16, 2014 12:17 am
Since when does Bermaine “mumbles” Stiverne have a bubbly personality????
He KOs Wilder before the end of rd 3
COUNT ITPosted July 15, 2014 11:54 pm
I’d actually be inclined to narrowly favour Wilder over Stiverne. Stiverne is good, but I’m not sure if he’s quite good enough to get around Wilder’s range and power.Posted July 15, 2014 10:53 pm
Wilder needs rounds and decent competition. And by decent, I mean D+ maybe C-. Lord knows DLH will never put him in with anyone close to dangerous until it’s time for the big dance. I understand the strategy, but it’s not doing Wilder any good. I watched a video of Haye sparring Wilder. It was edited, but Wilder was getting nailed a lot and Haye wasn’t even wearing head gear.Posted July 15, 2014 10:20 pm
Wilder = America’s only hope in the HW division. Wow… that’s pathetic.Posted July 15, 2014 10:16 pm
All I can say is that Wilder must have been an awful basketball player to take up boxing.Posted July 15, 2014 10:04 pm
when is stiverne going to defend his belt? next year?Posted July 15, 2014 9:23 pm
“You only have to tap that Wilder chin and he suddenly looks like a baby giraffe juggling a ball of pubes.” – That’s the concern about Wilder. I suspect it’s why GBP has kept his level of comp at the basement level. Note his one opponent ranked in the top 20 can’t crack an egg. Stiverne can.Posted July 15, 2014 9:07 pm
I see Wilder got hit by a fat guy
Wilder needs to fight a least some one caliber as Briggs!
Few posting have boxing IQ lol…again Vladimir said Wilder is and will be the future!Posted July 15, 2014 8:02 pm
“Cooneyesque stamina, work ethic, heart, etc.. ” LMFAO!Posted July 15, 2014 7:41 pm
This is an interesting fight — but it is probably bad for the business of boxing and in the end it is probably bad for boxing fans.
– Stiverne is an interesting heavyweight with power.
– Wilder is an interesting heavyweight at 6’8″ with power.
Putting these together and getting a knockout will eliminate or reduce an up and coming heavyweight with power at a time when no one really knows these guys.
It makes more sense to put this fight together in about one year after these guys develop more of a following and develop more skills.
My prediction: Wilder will win by decision in a boring fight.
Why? Wilder doesn’t have the skills yet to hurt Stiverne whereas Stiverne has more skills and speed but he doesn’t have the reach to catch Wilder clean in the face. Wilder jab should win a boring fight.
This again — would be bad for boxing. Better off watching these guys get knock-outs even if that is against C level fighters.Posted July 15, 2014 7:23 pm
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Scrotums !! And lots of them I love to lick .Posted July 15, 2014 7:17 pm
If Stiverne can weather the first few rounds of Wilder Storm then, Stiverne can take Wilder into deeper waters and drown him with heavy punches. Straight forward inside fighting to smother Wilder and his reach and head slaps. Stiverne can KO wilder.Posted July 15, 2014 7:04 pm
i just want Wilder to fight alive guy. i want my screen saver to be him flat knocked the f-u-c-k out. this guy has no CV only fights stiffs, biggest hype job. to get a shot at a title with that CV is laughable, but sad.Posted July 15, 2014 6:20 pm
Wilder will do just like Seth Mitchell when he stepped it up. Timberrrrrrrr !!!!!Posted July 15, 2014 5:56 pm
and sorry Bermane Deontay has had tougher opponents than you – Arreola? as ‘lights out’ would say the nightmareeeeeee lolPosted July 15, 2014 5:32 pm
all I know is that Vladimir clearly said after sparring with Wilder that HE IS THE FUTURE! Wilder by KO!!!Posted July 15, 2014 5:27 pm
good fight if it’s madePosted July 15, 2014 4:43 pm
I think Wilder should step up his opponents, because what is he going to do if he does win the belt, is he going to go back to fighting the other 30 stiffs.Posted July 15, 2014 4:39 pm
I can’t see one area where wilder is better. I new stivern was to strong for chris areola and if stivern comes in shape and brings his A game he should take wilder out.Posted July 15, 2014 4:38 pm
I’m going w/ Oda Mae Brown (aka Boxtra) I got Wilder dropping Stiverne.Posted July 15, 2014 4:25 pm
Boxtradamus its nothing but a clownPosted July 15, 2014 4:21 pm
Haity its the greatest country of the planetPosted July 15, 2014 4:20 pm
kliiiiiiitchkoooooooooooPosted July 15, 2014 4:05 pm
No no. Whoever you are with a changed handle the fact is that, after two posts, you know nothing about boxing at all. Please go find a different sand pit to play in.Posted July 15, 2014 4:04 pm
And don’t anyone mention Klitschko okay? His fights are all fixed, he consumes peds like I do McDonald’s on a daily basis, he got waxed in sparring by Deontay which is why he sent him back home to the USA early. That pathetic paper champion has to go.Posted July 15, 2014 3:53 pm
Stiverne must come out with his hand raised….wilder had been overhyped by the crosdresser of oscar…a rude awakening awaits for wilder when he meets stiverne on fight nightPosted July 15, 2014 3:45 pm
Not sure winning the “coveted” belt was all that major of an achievement. It was a solid top 10 win but it is not at all clear that Stiverne stands as second only to Wladimir Klitschko. There’s a whole lot of proving left to do. A win over Wilder won’t satisfy that question either. His 31-win 31-ko career still leaves many questions given the makeup of the opposition he’s faced. All-in-all this is a good match up of fighters who likely are near the top 5.Posted July 15, 2014 3:39 pm
wilder-stiverne, yawn vlad would beat them easilyPosted July 15, 2014 3:37 pm
Wilder is greatest puncher in the hw division since a young Gentleman Gerry Cooney was annhilating people back in the 80’s. Stiverne is the most formidable champ since Tyson was called Kid Dynamite. It should be the biggest fight in history. I lean towards Stiverne but Wilder, with that Cooney-like punching power along with Cooneyesque stamina, work ethic, heart, etc, will be dangerous throughout the fight as long as it goes.Posted July 15, 2014 3:27 pm
f~k of BOXTRADAMUS AKA THE FAGGOT Anonymous,lolPosted July 15, 2014 3:20 pm
LOL well played, burst a buble.Posted July 15, 2014 3:00 pm
Wilder will drop Stiverne in CRUSHING KO fashion. Stiverne will be seeing stars from a thunderous right hand from above. Wilder is not Arreola and will be ready to get the BELT. I am the greatest fight PROPHET ever born!!!!Posted July 15, 2014 2:55 pm
Wilder by 3 Rd koPosted July 15, 2014 2:49 pm
I’d rather see Fury / Wilder.Posted July 15, 2014 2:43 pm
Stiverne will rape Wilder for realPosted July 15, 2014 2:41 pm
Hmmm you are very hungry ……… that’s suspicious …… Baby BEARS, did you m@sturb@te???? It’s unhealthy to m@sturb@te all day!Posted July 15, 2014 2:39 pm
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momma bears- hell yeah! your a bad b!tch!!!! thanks momma bears!!Posted July 15, 2014 2:24 pm
Simply stated: Wilder has not earned a title fight. However, given the sh1te quality of his opponents, he is actually an unknown. After 30 fights he is still untested. That’s utterly pathetic! He has a punchers chance against a reasonable but far from great Stiverne who is by no means stellar himself. Stiverne will be too much for the hype job and win by one sided Ko inside five if they ever meet. You heard it here first.Posted July 15, 2014 2:21 pm
burst a buble
When these two clowns have finished with each other, perhaps they will man up and face the real heavyweight champion of the world Ruslan ChangevPosted July 15, 2014 2:19 pm
BEARS baby I’m in the kitchen, want a sandwich? With extra cheese and mayo????Posted July 15, 2014 2:17 pm
While I disagree with Wilder getting a title shot without facing a single contender this is gonna be a sick fight. Even money IMO but if anyone has odds it would be appreciated.Posted July 15, 2014 2:10 pm
Freddie Roach Ate My Hamster
The impersonal Klitschkos?! Wlad’s style, insistence on being foreign and habit of winning at a canter doesn’t excite a lot of fans but he always comes across as almost too nice to be the undisputed HW champion.
Stiverne should wipe the floor with Wilder, who has been fed a string of one-sided fights and not yet faced anyone in the top 10. There’s always a puncher’s chance and Wilder has a decent amateur pedigree but I think his management will regret keeping him in easy fights for so long. There’s such a gulf in class between Audley Harrison, Malik Scott and Stiverne!Posted July 15, 2014 2:02 pm
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if wilders power is viewed by you as not a potential threat thN you are a phuk head. a delusional one. if your gonna talk smack, dont be delusional abou itPosted July 15, 2014 1:59 pm
Of course your life hasn’t changed much. Everybody knows that you are just a titlest. Wlad is the real champ at Heavy.Posted July 15, 2014 1:56 pm
It is getting more laughable every heavyweight fight.Posted July 15, 2014 1:54 pm
keep the Hw circus rolling.Posted July 15, 2014 1:40 pm
So stop making press releases and sign the fight. If not, shut the f up. Everyone knows Don King is going to do everything possible to prevent this fight from happening.Posted July 15, 2014 1:34 pm