Deontay Wilder Demands Heavyweight Unification against Anthony Joshua
Denotay Wilder talks about a fight with another king named Anthony Joshua right after demolishing Bermane Stiverne in the very first round of his mandatory defense for his WBC Heavyweight belt.
Hyped up Deontay Wilder immediately calls out the WBA and IBF Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua to a fight and would like to fight no one else but him.
The world wants Joshua, the world wants Wilder, I want Joshua, Joshua come in see me baby, no more hiding , no more ducking no more, no more dodging, no more excuses, Lets make the fight happen, let see whos the best, I know im the best , Are you up for the test? – Deontay Wilder
Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder, A Heavyweight fight of the ages
At 28 years old, with 20 wins including 20 knockouts with no defeat, Anthony Joshua is a proven monster inside the ring. He had faced great adversary including Wladimir Klitschko and is widely considered as one of the best heavyweights right now.
However, there is another man who had a greater record and may be able to challenge the rising star in the name of Deontay Wilder. Recently disposing Bermane Stivernerne, the 32-year-old American with 39 wins and 38 KO and no defeats had been looking for a unification fight against Britain’s Joshua and it looks like the two fighters had nowhere else to go but to face each other, at least that’s what most of the fans would be clamoring for.
A fight between the two will be considered one of the best heavyweights in recent years and probably in modern boxing as two young and heavy punchers could bring fire power inside the ring and will certainly attract more fans in a division that has recently gained some traction. Both undefeated and both champions will come out with heads up high with pride as they represent two different counties in an epic event that could crown one of them as the real kings of heavyweights.
We certainly hope Anthony Joshua’s corner would take the fight and give the fans what they want.
Let’s listen to Deontay Wilder while watching his devastating knockout against Bermane Stiverne.
Prediction: The Bronze Bomber will Explode for a Knockout win!
The rematch between Deontay Wilder and Bermane Stiverne is not as anticipated as it should be but will still present boxing fanatics with a great show especially since Dermane was the only fighter who stood up until the end against Deontay.
January 17, 2017, when Stiverne and Wilder first met and back then the now WBC Heavyweight champion Wilder was the challenger to Stiverne who was holding the belt then.
If you have not seen the fight, watch the replay below.
I am going to make a short work of this prediction like what I feel Deontay Wilder will do to Stiverne. Wilder is a heavy puncher and while Stiverne can claim he can take punishment from a fighter who holds a 97% knockout ratio, it is hard to argue the power that Wilder possesses.
Their first fight was sloppy but still entertaining and the second fight could be widely different. Since they last met, Wilder has been active and has fought five times all of which was knockout or stoppage in favor of the champion. Surely, Wilder at 32 years old is still peaking and while he could use some flourishing in his boxing skills, he has tremendously improved and it will show come fight night against an inactive and a replacement fighter like Stiverne who last fought in 2015.
A two-year layoff will probably add some ring rust to an aging 39-year-old Stiverne whose last bout was a close win against Deric Rossy who dropped him in the first round.
We see Deontay Wilder continuing to do what he does best with a little improvement in shot selections. Stiverne will show some fight early but will ultimately fall to a bigger and stronger Wilder.
Prediction: A Knockout between 6 to 9 Rounds
AND STILL 35-0 34 KO’s
WBC HEAVY WEIGHT CHAMP DEONTAY WILDER!
I lost interest in the Heavyweight Division after Lewis retired. Wlad’s and Povetkin will be the next for Wilder and I know that a lot of people is still against Wilder. Make no mistake about it Duhaupas seems like nobody but dude has never been stopped, not on this one though referee stepped in the nick of time before Wilder almost crushed Duhaupas.
Wilder retained his title on the 55th seconds of the 11th round , after unleashing a beating on the 10th round.
Highlight of the referee stoppage, it would have been a complete mess if the ref didn’t step in.
I know I would probably get a lot of hate on this, but i could care less because I believe that Wilder will prove them wrong soon .
Its been quite awhile since we’ve seen a guy like Wilder, Yes he took the scene when he beat Bermane Stiverne (24-2-1 (21 KO’s) last January 17, 2015.
His first title defense was against Eric Molina (23-3-0). Wilder is almost perfect with his 34 wins 33 knockouts the only man he wasn’t able to KO was Stiverene as it went all the way to 12 rounds.
Make no mistake about Wilder he is a beast. He isn’t just a typical one punch hunter he was a former Olympian and won Bronze medal in the Heavyweight division in 2008 Beijing Olympics.
You don’t believe me ? See for your self. Here’s a highlight reel of his 32 KO’S