cowboyronnie wrote::evil:lilfishi22 wrote:Wilder fought exactly how he always fought, throwing not very technical bombs. He managed to catch Fury a few times and knocked Fury down twice (didn't know how Fury got up from the 2nd) but aside from a few connecting punches, he got completely outboxed.
To see a draw there is kind of perplexing...what were the judges watching and how did that one judge give it to Wilder?
Technical punches? For a 4 year old throwing a tantrum, those strikes are below average. Its unbelievable how many punches he telegraphed and missed wide.
A lo-light of Wilder's punches last night would be hilarious.
Nothing about his strikes were technical or any different to how he go to the title fight. I didn't expect any different against Fury. Wilder is the type of guy who would beat 95% of boxers because of his power and his ability to find overwhelm them. But against more technical fighters with even decent footwork and movement where he can't as easily land those bombs, it's going to be a long night and he's going to get outboxed, like he did against Fury.