Discussion in 'Boxing Discussion' started by XCuTioNeR, Jun 10, 2015.
Yeah dude struggled his ass off and went the distance with a cruiserweight. :icon_lol:
Huck is the worlds best cruiserweight
Yes and that fight was 3 years ago. Povetkin has improved since then.
I'd bet on Jennings, Fury or Pulev to beat Wilder too.
Portman and his trex arms ain't doing shot to wilder
Missed the fight.....just saw the finish. How did Wilder look?
Wilder's defense is like Jon Jones without the height advantage.
Fine. Destroyed Molina on compubox. Four knockdowns. Easy win. Molina was game but didn't really do much..
wilder looked terrible. i have zero faith in his chances of being anything other then the next micheal grant
Please tell us how he looked terrible.
His offense looks incredibly sloppy. Very green and uncoordinated overall just like grant was. Also was rocked badly by a left hook
His offense looked great and it was totally lopsided.
"Rock badly" is hyperbole. He did just fine.
See him marinate and tenderize Molinas body with those jabs, then that last KO punch he felt it so badly inside, he turned around and bent at the knee to sacrifice himself to the bomb squad.
Gotta give it to Molina he gave him a taste of his punch and got a few nice shots in to the face Wilder.
Wilder battered him. Really have a hard time how someone watches that and say Wilder didnt do well.
And ya, Molina has some brass balls. He came to fight.
you confusing me with someone else, I thoroughly enjoyed Wilder molest Molina slowly, cowering him to corners when he felt the pulsating right penetrate his guard breaking it wide open to get him to cower some more. Molina knew he had to do something so he opted to do flurries, some which connected wilder like on the 3rd. But Bomb Squad laid the pipe down and went to work.
I edited cuz it sounded like I was saying you felt that way. Meant in general.
Wilder is overhyped as hell. He would not do well in the heavyweight scene in the 90s. The fact that Molina rocked him badly says a lot. Imagine what even old Foreman would have done to Wilder.
Ah i see what you mean now my friend, i fully understand your sentiment. Now you no what time it is?......BOOOOOOOOOOMB SQUAAAAAAAAAAAAAD
Those performances are in the past...
The current Povetkin, post Klitschko, has 3 devastating knockouts and two against top HW's in Mike Perez and Carlos Takam. His career has been rejuvenated, partly because of a new trainer and the also because he's lost weight and gained some muscle (which prompted Wilder's PED accusation of Povetkin). This Povetkin is very dangerous.
As much as I like Wilder......I think Povetkin will be his downfall.
Just watching the fight on replay now, Molina seems to be giving a good account, but it feels like Wilder had the power to finish it when he wanted.
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