Breazeale Calls Wilder “Beatable” After Fury Fight
Dominic Breazeale believes the “Bronze Bomber” can be beaten.
Looking at Wilder’s draw against Tyson Fury in December, Breazeale did not see anything that made him worried heading into their May 18th showdown at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
“It gave me some better things to focus in on,” Breazeale said during a conference call last week. “At the same time, I think, you know, just [for] my peace of mind, I was there in person – I thought Fury won that fight. I know he got knocked down a couple times, but as far as the boxing world looked at it and the way you score a boxing match, Tyson Fury out-boxed Wilder that night and won that fight. But Fury did some good things. He used some good head movement and some great defensive tactics, as well as counter-punching.
“And on the other hand, Wilder did the same thing over and over, like he’s done in his last four, five fights, for his last four or five years. It’s throw the one-two and hope and pray that right hand lands eventually. You know, there was some things I learned from the fight, as well as some things that I’ve continuously seen over and over, time and time again.”
Wilder-Breazeale headline a Showtime Championship Boxing Card for the WBC world heavyweight title on Saturday May 18th, from Barclays Center.
Quotes via Boxing Scene