Deontay Wilder beats Anthony Joshua to biggest knock-out percentages in boxing history

Deontay Wilder beats Anthony Joshua to biggest knock-out percentages in boxing history

Deontay Wilder put up a fabulous show of a champion, toeing the way of legends with another impressive victory over Cuban boxer Luis Ortiz in Las Vegas on November 23.

Bronze Bomber, his self-given pseudonym, was losing at some point to the 40-year-old Cuban in what was looking like his first career defeat.

But like a true warrior, the WBC heavyweight champ threw in a heavy punch into Ortiz's face and sent him packing off the ring on another resounding knockout- 41 KOs of his entire 43 career fights- to retain his belt.

The victory, which confirmed Wilder the “hardest hitter in boxing,” was hailed by Muhammad Ali’s ex-wife Khalilah Ali who went one step further to label the 34-year-old greatest boxer of all time.

“I know the greatest when I see it. You are the GOAT (greatest of all time) brother. Thank you so much,” the 69-year-old said to Wilder in a FightHype video.

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Meanwhile, highlights list of 10 fighters with highest knockout win in boxing history as cited on Give Me Sport.

10. Shannon Briggs

Record: 77.9% KO Ratio (68 Fights, 53 KOs)

9. Mike "Iron Mike" Tyson

Record: 78.6% KO Ratio (56 Fights, 44 KOs)

8. Charles Martin

Record: 80.0% KO Ratio (30 Fights, 24 KOs)

7. David Haye

Record: 81.3% KO Ratio (32 Fights, 26 KOs)

6. George Foreman

Record: 84.0% KO Ratio (81 Fights, 68 KOs)

5. Frank Bruno

Record: 84.4% KO Ratio (45 Fights, 38 KOs)

4. Vitali Klitschko

Record: 87.2% KO Ratio (47 Fights, 41 KOs)

3. Rocky Marciano

Record: 87.8% KO Ratio (49 Fights, 43 KOs)

2. Anthony Joshua

Record: 91.3% KO Ratio (23 Fights, 21 KOs)

1. Deontay Wilder

Record: 95.3% KO Ratio (43 Fights, 41 KOs)

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Anthony Joshua has dusted off insinuations that he is getting nervous ahead of his much anticipated rematch bout with Mexican champion Andy Ruiz.

The British-Nigerian born pugilist will have a golden chance of proving Ruiz's victory over him was a fluke and similarly reclaim his belts when he faces the heavyweight champion on December 7.

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