he was so inactive for much of the fight that he really needed a late KO...but maybe that was his strategy all along. he has terrible defense...but we did see that he took some good punches and recovered. he really only does damage with the right hand...but he can do it with hooks, straights, and uppercuts. really inaccurate, spastic, flailing punches when he tries to finish...but only really needs glancing blows anyway. i think we were all hoping for some questions to be answered with wilder after this fight, but i feel like its the same old two-sided coin with him as it was before the fight. fury drowns wilder in a long 12 round siege of inside work and (if in shape) can use some speed and length on the outside. joshua is bigger, younger, and faster than ortiz. ortiz was just missing with punches throughout the fight as wilder basically just backpedaled out of the way; joshua would cover that distance and make wilder pay. plus, we've seen joshua come back both from being knocked down and from punching himself out. the X factor is that wilder has 40 fights and is in his 30s. his technical limitations are etched in stone. joshua is still improving and we should expect him to be better each fight.