Found October 30, 2013 on The Queensbury Rules:
(Deontay Wilder fells Nicolai Firtha; credit: Tom Casino, Showtime) Undefeated heavyweight Deontay Wilder (30-0, 30 KOs) is America’s best hope for heavyweight superstardom. The 2008 Olympic bronze medalist is on the verge of contention in what’s becoming an increasingly interesting heavyweight division. With Wladimir (37) and Vitali (41) Klitschko aging out sooner rather than later, Wilder and the new crop of heavyweights, men such as the Andy Ruiz, Bryant Jennings, Tyson Fury, David Price and Kubrat Paluv, will present interesting and exciting new matchups.  But like any up-and-comer, there’s some good, bad and ugly in Wilder’s game right now. Borrowing from the classic motif of the 1966 spaghetti western directed by Sergio Leone and starring Clint Eastwood, here’s how it all shakes out. The Good Wilder has all the physical tools. He’s 6’7”  tall, has an athletic build and is always in tiptop shape. Moreover, Wilder possesses incredible power. T...
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