http://www.myfoxal.com/story/298039...ight-will-be-held-in-legacy-arena-at-the-bjcc While Johann Duhaupas may be "decent" this is not the sort of fight a guy who claims he is the future of the division should be taking. I'm nowhere near sold on Wilder, and if Duahupas has a decent chin, which he may have since he went the distance with Teper who recently KO'ed David Price. Who knows maybe he could pull the upset. I'm guessing Wilder's team knows his chin may be shaky and they are going to protect him from aggressive punchers until they can secure a big payday. What doesn't really make sense to me is Wilder is a work in progress and can't run from Povetkin much longer...why fight a guy who in no way resembles Povetkin? Nothing to learn here...Maybe this will be George Foreman-Axel Shultz all over again.