Bookie Talks about Deontay Wilder KO
Deontay Wilder remained the unbeaten WBC heavyweight champion after a remarkable performance Saturday. Sports news headlines featured the Deontay Wilder KO in just the first round of the match. People don’t even talk about his opponent, Dominic Breazeale, who connect with just one punch.
The Deontay Wilder KO is a work of art. In fact, he set up the knockout punch with a jab. After it landed, he went with a short right. The punch hit Breazeale’s chin and went down. In fact, he couldn’t beat the referee’s ten-count. As a result of the KO, Wilder’s record improved to 41-0-1 with 40 knockouts.
In the pre-fight hype, Wilder said he wanted to kill his opponent. He told bookie pay per head that there was a huge build-up to the fight. In addition, he felt there was plenty of hatred between him and his opponent. That’s why the result was a good boxing match.
Deontay Wilder KO
Wilder was looking to release his anger on someone after his draw with Tyson Fury. After the match, Wilder announced that there will be a rematch with Fury. In addition, he promised a fight with Anthony Joshua.
However, the two boxers already have scheduled fights. Joshua defends his titles against Andy Ruiz on June 1. Also, Fury battles Tom Schwarz on June 15. Luis Ortiz entered the ring after the Wilder KO but a rematch with him is not what fight fans want. They all want Wilder vs Joshua to happen. However, that might not be the case if Ruiz somehow wins against Joshua in their title fight.
Everyone wants to see what Wilder’s knockout punch can do to Joshua. If pay per head for agents had its way, Joshua will win his next match and will fight Wilder next. Fight fans are praying to all fight gods for that to happen in the future.