in my opinion joshua is realy boring am I the only one?
I wouldn't say "boring", as most of his fights have action and he is a skilled operator. If you mean boring, as in personality wise compared to some other HW's(Wilder, Fury, Miller, Whyte, etc), then yes, I understand that. I don't agree entirely, but I've pointed out before, that due to those other guys being big on social media, very personable with reporters, willing to do a lot of interviews, and being very outspoken(sometimes to a fault), they get a lot more publicity. I know here in the states, at least where I'm at, Joshua is 3-4 best known HW right now, at least in terms of people who've seen him fights, compared to those who simply know who he is. Wilder is a highlight reel, Fury is a mouth who's story has got a lot of run. Miller is a show in many ways. And Whyte has talked so much shit, people have paid attention. AJ is dry by those standards, and keeps himself out of the muck. That probably helps his career in terms of staying focused and protecting his reputation and marketability as a promotional athlete, but it certainly brings his world profile down by putting his face and voice out there less, letting Eddie effectively speak for him.
That's a very fair assessment. Joshua is stuck between a rock and a hard place, he can't be humble and cause the entertainment outside of the ring that Fury does.
I hope so, but no you're not. What do you want from Joshua? Fight Wilder or Fury? That will happen eventually, fights get built up. I don't understand how Joshua is boring, he does his job, he does it very well, has asked the fans who they want to see him fight, is a good role model, has done a lot for boxing.
he is boring outside the ring and inside he does his job realy well but he doesn't have any specificity he fights like "robotcop" he is very munch beatable look his fight against parker
Why? Because he doesn't talk trash ans tries to be humble? He is a boxer, not a comedian. Did you see his fight against Klitschko? Best heavywight fight of this century in my opinion, he is a good fighter, sometimes fighters have to be 'boring' at a level where they have to do everuthing right and not make mistakes. Parker is good, he beat Parker, unified, that's the bottom line, he won wide, boxed very well in that fight, and all fighters look beatable at times, not a reason not to like a fighter in my book. I am a Joshua fan, you don't have to like him, you are entitled to your opinion, just saying why I strongly disagree.
I find he is not natural he has a lot more ego that what he shows at this level all fighters have big ego and he could be more ambitious about the choice. It's time now he must decide if his biguest will is to make history of boxing or to have his face on cereal packet
I can see saying he is beatable(I personally believe that Fury and Wilder both can beat him), but his technical skills, and ability to weather trouble, so far, have won him the day. He can be very robotic, but combines it with good skills in terms of punch variety, decent hand speed and footwork, and good power. He could move his head a bit more, part of the problem with the "body builder" body type, but if he had NO special skills and was very beatable, he loses to both Wlad and Povetkin, both elite operators at both amateur and pro competition. And I'm no AJ/Matchroom fanboy defending him, lol. I'm Bomb Squad all day, but just like when people dumb down Wilder to simply a windmill, power, and a prayer and I call BS on it, I have to do the same in this instance.
I'm no Matchroom fanboy either, I just think they get a lot of unfair crap. In my opinion, it should all stop, all the Joshua bashing, all the Wilder bashing, they are unbeaten world champions at the end of the day, they both deserve credit. If Joshua and Wilder fought, I would not mind who won, I am a fan of both. People who complain about Wilder's lack of technical skill are forgetting the old school fundamentals that if you can knock the other guy out, you don't need to be a technical master in the ring. Work rate, stamina, power, all attributes just like technical skill.
100% agree, he has no appeal outside of the ring. He is the true successor to Wlad in that regard, very vanilla, boring, and safe.
I don't know if joshua will ever face fury
Mark my words, if Fury beats Wilder, he will.
joshua vs fury who would you pick?
That's a very, very tough question, Joshua is the better professional, the more consistent fighter who has done everything right, hits harder, but Fury has that exceptional level of boxing skill, although both have decent chins and can come back from almost being stopped, Fury's speed of recovery is something else, Fury is more talented, he's better really, bit he has not made the most of his talent. Very tough fight to call, I really don't know, you?
I don't think that Joshua will be able to land consistantly on fury so I pick fury fury is number one in my opinion
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