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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by askewshair, Dec 7, 2019.
Your taking the pizz AJ.
Modern day Frank Bruno.
A great display of how to box and move. Ruiz is a dangerous heavyweight as he has such a big punch.
I'm seeing a lot of people on social media criticising the fight as boring.
But I really enjoyed it. You could see Joshua fighting himself a bit to stop him getting into a slugfess.
Won THE fight he had to win.
Back in the race to become undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. Would imagine Tyson Fury and in particular Wilder will want a pop at AJ now although both will fancy their chances.
I don't know how people can have a go at AJ he did a job and changed his style. It was a bit of a boxing lesson to a very dangerous fighter.
He did what he had to do. Like in all sports.
Predictions as accurate as City shoreline ones. No surprise you never see a poor bookie.
The Simpsons did it again.
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AJ did a professional job on a guy the had only lost once before in similar fashion to Parker .. quality performance and nice to see the man can change up his game for different challenges. Wilder is just that .. wild ... Fury won against Klitchko boxing the exact manner that AJ did last night and pushed Wilder close in their first meeting doing the same. Big punching is exciting but sometimes you need to use your head .. and play the long game. Well done AJ.. job done.
Its a shame he couldn't get it over his gut.
It was a great professional performance. Technically, you could say perfect, was clever about it and did exactly what he knew would win it easily with little risk.
But uninspiring, everyone wanted to see him spark Ruiz out in the first few rounds and show he da man.
Posted on here earlier but only just now got round to watching the fight properly (was at a work christmas do last night).
I think AJ will be a better boxer now thanks to the loss. It showed him he wasn't perfect and could still add more to his game.