Joe Joyce - LMAO ......

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As I've said many times, Joyce literally throws his right hand like a teenaged girl. I can't stop laughing when I watch his fights. His jab is also basically non-existent. Decent left hook, I guess.
Could all of his opponents have been paid to go down? It's not impossible.

Good thing "world class" :lol: ref Howard Foster was there to stop the fight, since Stiverne was just standing there, blinking, while Joyce hit him flush with everything he had.

Mind you, it was an OK stoppage, but I think that could have gone on for 3 full minutes and Stiverne would have still been standing there blinking.

Who are all these guys that Joyce supposedly KO'd, with his girly, sloth-like punches? It boggles the mind.....
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Also, you know how many fans have long questioned Abel Sanchez's abilities as a trainer, figuring he got lucky hooking up with already-great Golovkin? Well, I think the case is closed now. Sanchez should be sued for fraud.
 

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Was Stiverne actually fined and or investigated for his 2nd fight vs Wilder where he obviously just showed up for a paycheck?
And now again? Man this sport is lawless.
 

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Was Stiverne actually fined and or investigated for his 2nd fight vs Wilder where he obviously just showed up for a paycheck?
And now again? Man this sport is lawless.
He was splattered all over the ring until he was unconscious and could no longer move.

Why would he have been investigated and fined?
 
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If Stiverne actually took the fight remotely serious he could have won that, yeah Joyce's punches are shocking hes either going to walk through people and stop them when they gas or hes going to just get stopped, his chin seems solid though
 

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He was splattered all over the ring until he was unconscious and could no longer move.

Why would he have been investigated and fined?
Because he's an athlete and showing up just for the money is not right? He wouldn't be the first having to return his purse.
 

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Because he's an athlete and showing up just for the money is not right? He wouldn't be the first having to return his purse.
If he showed up just for the money then he would have stayed down after the first knockdown. Stiverne intended to win the fight, he just hadn't put the work in and wasn't good enough.

Could you name the other fighters who had purses withheld? Were they also obliterated in devastating fashion? Should Michael Spinks' purse have been withheld?
 

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If he showed up just for the money then he would have stayed down after the first knockdown. Stiverne intended to win the fight, he just hadn't put the work in and wasn't good enough.

Could you name the other fighters who had purses withheld? Were they also obliterated in devastating fashion? Should Michael Spinks' purse have been withheld?
He had no intention to compete and just stood there waiting to be taken out. He was in horrible shape - obviously just there for the money.
LOL, Spinks was in the same shape he was always in. Compare Stiverne's shape from their 1st vs their 2nd fight.


 
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He had no intention to compete and just stood there waiting to be taken out. He was in horrible shape - obviously just there for the money.
No doubt.

the promotor should withhold his payment, and the commission should fine him on top of that.
 
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Love it.

Oddly enough, though, this gif actually points out a small flaw in Wilder's technique:

First the good: Obviously, excellent speed. Also note how wilder purposely threw his setup jab low, which is often done to make your opponent worry about a body shot, tus creating more room for the following rt hand.

BUT: I was always taught to expect your target to be further away when you throw the followup, so you either throw the jab with your torso held back, or you take a short left step before throwing it. Wilder did neither, so his balance was off and he lost power on the right hand.

That could make a huge difference if he ever gets in the ring with AJ.
It's also part of why he couldn't put Fury to sleep.
 
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Love it.

Oddly enough, though, this gif actually points out a small flaw in Wilder's technique:

First the good: Obviously, excellent speed. Also note how wilder purposely threw his setup jab low, which is often done to make your opponent worry about a body shot, tus creating more room for the following rt hand.

BUT: I was always taught to expect your target to be further away when you throw the followup, so you either throw the jab with your torso held back, or you take a short left step before throwing it. Wilder did neither, so his balance was off and he lost power on the right hand.

That could make a huge difference if he ever gets in the ring with AJ.
It's also part of why he couldn't put Fury to sleep.
You do realise Wilder was completely fucking about then lol he was standing there completely square on for about 3 whole seconds
 
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You do realise Wilder was completely fucking about then lol he was standing there completely square on for about 3 whole seconds
Sure, but this is a flaw you can see in Wilder a lot, when he's really in it. His single punches are mostly quite accurate, but his combinations are sometimes pretty bad, for this exact reason. Some of those moments are partly to blame for his bad rep, as it makes it seem like he has no accuracy, even though MOST of the time he does.

Caveat: Most of the time, in every fight except vs Fury. That was absurdly bad.
 
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