- Wilder vs Ortiz ended in a big win for The Bronze Bomber against the King Kong
- Deontay Wilder knocked out Luis Ortiz in Round 7 of their bout
- Wilder was losing the fight to that point but showed he still has a 1 punch knockout power
Deontay Wilder produced a stunning knockout on Sunday morning, November 24, at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas to beat Luis Ortiz just when many thought he was going to lose his WBC heavyweight belt
Right up till the seventh round, the 'Bronze Bomber' was being outclassed by his 40-year-old opponent Ortiz and even failed to land any significant blow in the first six rounds of the bout as Ortiz looked to be coasting to victory.
However, Wilder showed he is still the king of 1-punch knockout as his vicious right blow caught Ortiz in the seventh round that ended the contest.
Ortiz was laid flat on the canvas and failed to make the 10 count as Wilder went on to retain his WBC belt in the most spectacular fashion.
Shortly after the bout, Deontay Wilder went on to reveal that the much-anticipated rematch against Tyson Fury is next and will likely be staged in February.
This will be the second time Ortiz will be losing to Wilder after nearly pulling a shock win in their first bout in Brooklyn in 2018.
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The Cuban heavyweight, whose two defeats in his 35 fights, has come against Wilder rocked Bronze Bomber in the seventh round of their bout last year before Wilder battled back to win in the 10th round.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Wilder has vowed to break Floyd Mayweather's enviable record for the longest active unbeaten streak in boxing history.
Mayweather, 42, is considered one of the most successful boxers of all time with his impressive undefeated record holding him higher in places of the greatest.
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