Deontay Wilder (42-1-1) vs. Dillian Whyte (28-2)

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Wilder vs. Whyte Winner and How?

  • Deontay Wilder Decision

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  • Dillian Whyte Decision

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May 26, 2018
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Looks like this is the route Hearn wants to take Dillian down.
I think Wilder is too big and hits too hard for Whyte. Wilder stops him early imo...
 
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I admire Whyte's spirit and his run of fights as he waits and hopes for a title shot but Wilder will put an end those hopes I'm sure of it. Ever since Fury beat him I've noticed a lot of people writing him off, sure he might not be able to beat Fury but he's knocking out everyone else in the division including Joshua
 
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I admire Whyte's spirit and his run of fights as he waits and hopes for a title shot but Wilder will put an end those hopes I'm sure of it. Ever since Fury beat him I've noticed a lot of people writing him off, sure he might not be able to beat Fury but he's knocking out everyone else in the division including Joshua
The same guy who was getting outboxed by and beaten every round by a 40+ year old luis ortiz. Wilder is trash and was a pbc hype job. Dillian stops him in 5. Wilder can't fight on the inside and has no left hook.
 
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Ar558a

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I think Whyte is the favourite here, Wilder's lack of boxing ability is too much of a liability and despite his one punch power which will always give him a chance I would make this 60/40 in DW's favour.
 
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Wilder is done mentally...and seems
to have no desire to improve either. And work on his flaws.

Dillian Whyte after his caning by AJ atleast acknowledged he was a limited fighter. And worked hard to get better. And is mentally tougher.

Will be surprised if this fight happens. But if it does I give Whyte the edge.
 
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The same guy who was getting outboxed by and beaten every round by a 40+ year old luis ortiz.
Sure OK but then what happened? You have to tell the whole story not just the part that takes credit from Wilder, Whyte has been dropped and stopped more than once so why couldn't Wilder do it to him too?
 
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Sure OK but then what happened? You have to tell the whole story not just the part that takes credit from Wilder, Whyte has been dropped and stopped more than once so why couldn't Wilder do it to him too?
it doesn't take away from the fact he was losing every single round and on his way to getting beat badly by a 45+ year old, when a fresher fighter, younger, hits harder gets in the ring with him, honestly wilder didn't last long. and you honestly think a year on, after all the shit he's been doing outside the ring, he has it in him to get in with a fighter like whyte. I honestly think joe joyce would do a job on wilder never mind whyte.
 
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it doesn't take away from the fact he was losing every single round and on his way to getting beat badly by a 45+ year old, when a fresher fighter, younger, hits harder gets in the ring with him, honestly wilder didn't last long. and you honestly think a year on, after all the shit he's been doing outside the ring, he has it in him to get in with a fighter like whyte. I honestly think joe joyce would do a job on wilder never mind whyte.
Aww he got job done in spite of that though which just shows that it doesn't matter if he is losing on points, if you go on Ortiz's boxrec you won't see anything about he won 9 rounds, you'll see a big L next to his name followed by TKO, TWICE. I'm not claiming Wilder will be beating Whyte on points (or saying that he couldn't either, I'm not saying either way) I'm saying he does to him what Joshua and Povetkin already did. Wilder's loss came after someone else threw in the towel against his will, he was on his feet and had his hands up, Whyte's losses came after he was put on his back and rendered unconscious, Wilder has the highest KO percentage in heavyweight boxing, he lost to the best heavyweight in the world and now all of a sudden he can't beat anybody else even though he's beaten 40 guys already?

Whyte will get his lights put out if he gets in there with Wilder this year, I'm so sure of it I'm prepared to put my money where my mouth is if the fight gets made in 2021.
 
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I expect Whyte to move Stateside with DAZN facing Trevor Bryan for the WBA 'Regular' and/or Charles Martin then onto Deontay...
 
Jun 6, 2013
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The Tuscaloosa Tornado would scoop up Dillian Whyte, spin him around, and then drop him in another state.

Wilder may be full of faults, but he's all wrong for Whyte.
If Whyte's handlers ever let this fight happen, they will deserve to be fired.
 
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Someone tell me how Whyte is going to land that left hook on Wilder and people saying Wilder was losing to Ortiz when Ortiz would school Whyte

Wilder still managed to land 2 good right hands on Fury that would have rocked Whyte, even Fury admitted Wilder hurt him in the rematch
 
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Personally, I think Wilders confidence in in the crapper after that bad beat-down by Fury in his last fight. Then he walked away with a draw in their first fight when it should have also been a loss.

The formula for beating Wilder has been printed. Walk him down and keep him on his back foot and he's done. His boxing ability, or lack thereof, will be his Kryptonite in future bouts.

I'd love to see Whyte against Wilder, and I'd put my money on Whyte to beat him.
 

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i picked wilder, whyte has some of the tools to trouble him and it will likely be wild and ugly for spurts, but when you leave yourself as open as whyte does i can only see one ending.

people pretend wilder can only fight one way, they missed one of the most important fights of his career where he spent 95% boxing nicely off the back foot behind a jab.

whyte is as capable of replicating either fury performance as i am of flying by flapping my arms. might land something tho.
 
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Ah man I don't know why I'm laughing reading that, I know he's serious I suppose it's just the sense of desperation that's tickling me here but sure I understand where Whyte is coming from but no. They didn't remove Lopez as champion so I can't see why they should rush to do that here, Fury says he'll defend his title in October now, I don't think that will happen but for now we have no choice but to accept him at his word, he's entitled to have time to recover from Covid but if as I expect we hear another problem has arisen before the rescheduled date then I will fully support Wilder vs Whyte being ordered though there's no need to elevate Whyte beforehand, they can just remove the interim status from Whyte and he can fight Wilder for the vacant title with Fury being champ in recess or even Franchise
 
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Fury is gone, he's "mentally unwell" again, the pressure of defending a title got to him and Jared Anderson whooped his ass BAD in sparring. See you in 2 years fury.

As far as Whyte vs Wilder, it's 50/50 both are pretty trash, sloppy and glassy but both can crack so it's whoever lands a sloppy ass shot first.