Deontay Wilder floors Luis Ortiz to retain world heavweight title
With former world champions Mike Tyson and Floyd Mayweather Jr. watching on at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Wilder had Fought for the Greater of Ortiz before the American floored the Cuban at the Top round.
This really was the 10th title defense that is straight of Wilder because he looks to unify all four heavyweight straps and the 34-year-old is now unbeaten in 43 fights.
“When I find the perfect shot, it’s baby great night,” Wilder told me, as he revealed on the punch that ended the fight.
“That was a punch intended to harm for sure,” explained the American. “I got him at the perfect angle, my feet were implanted perfectly and I sensed that the torque”
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Saturday’s bout was a rematch in the 2018 struggle a stoppage was delivered by Wilder.
The America is scheduled to combat Briton Tyson Fury in February. In case Wilder wins that bout a unification showdown may be on the cards against the winner of next month’s rematch between Andy Ruiz along with Anthony Joshua in Saudi Arabia.