An impressive TKO victory over Lamont Peterson pushed Errol Spence Jr. all the way to the No. 5 in the ESPN pound-for-pound rankings. Deontay Wilder stayed put after his TKO win over Luis Ortiz.
The American, who battled back to stop Luis Ortiz in Brooklyn, is a flawed drawcard – dangerous enough to bring out the Briton’s best but naive Deontay Wilder could hardly have done a better job of selling himself to Anthony Joshua,Show More Summary
Cuban with educated power hopes to entice WBC champion into a web he cannot escape in Brooklyn battle of the unbeaten By accident or design there is only one exit from Camagüey, the ramshackle city in central Cuba where Luis Ortiz was born nearly 39 years ago. Show More Summary
Evander Holyfield urges Anthony Joshua to fight Deontay Wilder but feels Joseph Parker is a threat to the British heavyweight.
Deontay Wilder says he is ready for a heavyweight unification bout with Britain's Anthony Joshua after beating Luis Ortiz to retain his WBC title.
American Deontay Wilder says he is ready for a heavyweight unification bout with Britain's Anthony Joshua after beating Luis Ortiz to retain his WBC title.
Anthony Joshua is a "cash cow" being 'milked' by his promoter Eddie Hearn, says fellow world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.
Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn responds to WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder's claims that Britain's Anthony Joshua is a 'cash cow' being 'milked' by Hearn.
WBC champion Deontay Wilder has a message for fellow world heavyweight champions Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker.
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Deontay Wilder had just retained his heavyweight world title in an epic battle with Luis "King Kong" Ortiz on Saturday, but it didn't take long for him to take the question in everybody's mind: How about Anthony Joshua?
Nearly finished in the seventh round, Deontay Wilder stormed back and scored a sensational knockout of Luis Ortiz in the 10th to retain his heavyweight title for the seventh time Saturday at Barclays Center.
His style is less prime George Foreman and more drunken tranny in a White Castle parking lot brawl…
By Mohamed Horomtallah (Instagram @mo_horomtallah): The Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz fight answered all the questions it raised. 1. ORTIZ IS THE REAL DEAL: hardcore boxing fans knew it all along but it remained to be seen and most of all proven in the ring. Show More Summary
While it wasn’t a clean and easy win for Deontay, he did what he needed to do to win and retain his belt…
Deontay Wilder improved to 40-0 Saturday when he defeated Luis Ortiz via 10th-round TKO at Barclays Center in Brooklyn to retain his WBC heavyweight title. Showtime Boxing relayed video of the moment Wilder sent Ortiz tumbling to the...Show More Summary
Kelefa Sanneh on Deontay Wilder, Luis Ortiz, and the best worst fight in boxing.