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Deontay Wilder says Anthony Joshua fight still there

By Mark Eisner: WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder hasn’t officially given up on fighting former IBF/WBA/WBO champion Anthony Joshua after his recent loss to Andy Ruiz Jr.  → read full story

Deontay Wilder reveals his three-fight plan

By Barry Holbrook: Deontay Wilder has mapped out a three-fight plan for him in his next three contests starting with a rematch with Luis ‘King Kong’ Ortiz in September 2019 on Showtime PPV.  → read full story

Deontay Wilder announces Luis Ortiz rematch

By Sean Jones: It’s now official that Deontay Wilder will be defending his WBC heavyweight title against Luis ‘King Kong’ Ortiz in a rematch with the date and venue to be announced.  → read full story

WBC: Wilder-Ortiz, Arroyo-Cuadras, More!

I miss so much writing my weekly column, which I will certainly continue from now on.  → read full story

6 things we learned last Saturday night

By Gav Duthie: Some weekends I wait in anticipation for the next big fight, scrolling the news for fights that took place between over the hill Mexicans, regional titles, small hall shows, and some weekends have too much action to watch all in one night.  → read full story

Deontay Wilder And The Deadly Snake Syndrome

By Mohamed Horomtallah (Instagram @mo_horomtallah): The Deontay Wilder vs.  → read full story

Luis Ortiz claims ROBBERY, says Wilder was given time to recover

By Allan Fox: Luis ‘King Kong’ Ortiz (28-1, 24 KOs) says he was robbed last Saturday night in his fight against WBC heavyweight champion Deontay ‘Bronze Bomber’ Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs) by the referee David Fields.  → read full story

Wilder-Ortiz averaged 1.1 million viewers on Showtime

By Jim Dower: WBC heavyweight champion Deontay ‘Bronze Bomber’ Wilder and Luis Ortiz brought in huge ratings for Showtime last Saturday night.  → read full story

Malignaggi disappointed in Deontay Wilder’s performance

By Jeff Aranow: Paulie Malignaggi didn’t like the way WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs) fought Luis Ortiz (28-1, 24 KOs) last Saturday night in their fight at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.  → read full story

Is Deontay Wilder the worst technically developed Champion ever?

By Robert Blakeman: On last Saturday night I counted over twenty punches thrown by WBC heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder against Luis Ortiz that would be deemed illegal in a British ring (The home and inventor of Boxing).  → read full story


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