Deontay Wilder: I’m going to KO Tyson Fury in dynamic fashion

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By Charles Brun: Deontay Wilder says he’s going to knockout Tyson Fury in their rematch after he finishes off former world title challenger Luis Ortiz first. WBC heavyweight champion Wilder (41-0-1,40 KOs) wants to close the chapter on his little rivalry with the ‘Gypsy King’ Fury (28-0-1, 20 KOs) by making sure the judges and/or the referee can’t take away his victory from him the second time around.

Wilder wants to unify the heavyweight division, but he first needs to take career of the highly talented Ortiz (31-1, 26 KOs) on November 9 in a rematch. Deontay stopped Ortiz in an exciting fight last year in March 2018 in a thrilling fight from start to finish at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Wilder: After I whip Ortiz, I’m going to stop Tyson Fury

“We move onto Ortiz first and, after I whup Ortiz in a great fashion and a quicker fashion, I will come back and get old Tyson Fury, and knock him out in dynamic fashion,” said Wilder to skysports.com.  “My time? It will come. I will be unified and undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.”

If Fury doesn’t fun from Wilder in the rematch, there’s a very good chance the tall 6’9″ British heavyweight is going to get destroyed in the first four rounds. Wilder has put on size since his match with Fury, and he seems to be packing more power now. When Wilder fought Fury, he weighed just 212 pounds. That’s basically a rehydrated cruiserweight. But in Wilder’s last fight against Dominic Breazeale, he bulked up to 223 pounds, and he looked more powerful than ever in stopping the 2012 U.S Olympian in the first round last May.

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