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Earlier today, Deontay Wilder defended his WBC world heavyweight title for the 10th time with a glorious knockout after being out-boxed by Luis Ortiz for six rounds.

It looked like the American was about to see his world-title reign end just short of five years as Ortiz picked him apart for half of their Las Vegas rematch.

But in the seventh round, Wilder’s devastating right left Ortiz stunned and floored as it usually does to opponent

“I found my measurement, seen the shot and took it,” said Wilder, 34.

“We have Tyson Fury the rematch next. It’s set to be done in February so we will see how that goes and then after that I am looking for a unification bout.

“The heavyweight division is too small to have so many belts lingering around, there should be one champion and I think I am the perfect man for that job.”

Deontay Wilder is still yet to go up against Anthony Joshua which is the fight the fans are really waiting for

By Accelerate Sports

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