RBR!!! Deontay Wilder (WBC) vs. Luis Ortiz II - November 23rd 2019

Wilder vs. Ortiz II Winner and How?

  • Deontay Wilder Stoppage

    Votes: 26 92.9%
  • Deontay Widler Decision

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Luis Ortiz Decision

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Luis Ortiz Stoppage

    Votes: 2 7.1%

  • Total voters
    28
  • Poll closed .

Ar558a

Fighting the Fury loving Scum
Jun 2, 2019
704
228
Ortiz is too old. He'll be worse than last time. He might get lucky as Wilder can't box but I'm guessing the age will count against him and make him too slow to stop wilder making contact and then it'll be lights out.
 

DB Cooper

peel me a grape
May 17, 2013
19,811
7,988
Looks like the date may have changed. Was to be November 9th.

October 26th or November 2nd now more likely.
 
Jun 6, 2013
12,422
1,422
Ortiz is too old. He'll be worse than last time. He might get lucky as Wilder can't box but I'm guessing the age will count against him and make him too slow to stop wilder making contact and then it'll be lights out.

True, but I'm glad he's getting one more nice payday. He's certainly earned it.
 
Jun 28, 2013
3,385
1,733
UK
Ortiz, imo, has always been a bit overrated. He never thought elite level guys up until Wilder. He was also a drug cheat. His age is also an unknown. I feel like because he came from that notorious cuban school of boxing he has been massively put on a pedestal for years.
 
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Aug 28, 2014
12,284
3,056
Ortiz, imo, has always been a bit overrated. He never thought elite level guys up until Wilder. He was also a drug cheat. His age is also an unknown. I feel like because he came from that notorious cuban school of boxing he has been massively put on a pedestal for years.
There was a time I thought Ortiz would beat Whyte, Povetkin and Pulev but I think hes best days are done. 99% of the HW division are drug cheats at least Ortiz performed well against Wilder with strict testing
 
May 16, 2013
2,461
547
Norfolk, England
Ortiz, imo, has always been a bit overrated. He never thought elite level guys up until Wilder. He was also a drug cheat. His age is also an unknown. I feel like because he came from that notorious cuban school of boxing he has been massively put on a pedestal for years.
I don't think he's that overrated, most think of him as a bloody good boxer who also happens to be 50 years old. It is what it is. That said I think Wilder bumrushes him in the fist few rounds before he can warm into the fight.
 
Jun 6, 2013
12,422
1,422
He lost to Fury is why.

He truly did, and deserved to for being such an egotistical fool.

However, Fury would never have survived that fight had the ref not let him constantly, illegally duck way below Wilder's belt line.

So ....... mixed feeling on that one.
 

kf3

Jul 17, 2012
5,083
2,594
South London
he didn't lose to fury. that's some casual bullshit that gets constantly repeated but isn't real. score the fight.
 
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Jun 3, 2012
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Korakuen Hall
Aside from the crap Leo Santa Cruz fight (surprise, surprise), we have a solid undercard for this show:

Luis Nery vs Emmanuel Rodriguez
Brandon Figueroa vs Julio Ceja
Leo Santa Cruz vs Miguel Flores
 
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