Wilder H8er

Article by Rick Mohamed

Brawlers Sports CEO Rick Mohamed, on the eve of the big Wilder vs Fury 3 WBC Heavyweight championship battle, chopped it up with the infamous “Wilder H8er”, aka Eric. He takes a few minutes to break down what both fighters have to do to win. 

Catch his very thoughtful. timely and on-point analysis! 

Though he has been labeled at a Wilder Hater, he actually is on record as saying that Wilder needs to totally change his ways, that his big right hand just won’t do anymore vs today’s heavyweights. He said that Wilder’s new trainer, Malik Scott, is making Wilder improve his skills and become more of an all-around boxer. 

He once met Wilder, who surprisingly greeted Eric, realizing that there was no hate at all, just analysis and suggestions. Eric feels that Wilder must dictate the pace of the fight, something he didn’t do the previous 2 fights, especially the 2nd bout.

His prediction? He says that the winner depends largely on what Deontay Wilder is going to do. The bettors have the fight as even.

The big fight takes place @ T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV. It promises to be a packed house for the trilogy fight between these 2 extremely talented heavyweight boxers. 

Deontay Wilder, the former champion, is looking for revenge against the only man to ever defeat him and avoid his feared knockout right hand-the most dangerous weapon in boxing. Tyson Fury, the reigning WBC heavyweight champion, just revealed that without boxing, he is extremely bored! 

After his career is over, he admits that he doesn’t know what to do with himself. During the final press conference on Wednesday, the 2 combatants hurled insults at each other, creating a very tense environment that will simply blow the roof off of the T-Mobile Arena.



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Brawlers Sports Media is a media company that built their level of reporting boxing news to all the boxing fans out there from ground zero. CEO Rick Mohamed vows to deliver top quality content and one on one interviews as well as articles for the boxing communities’ entertainment.

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