Deontay “Bronze Bomber” Wilder stops Chris Arreola in 8th round to retain his WBC Heavyweight world title in Legacy Arena, Birmingham, Alabama, USA. Deontay Wilder improved to 37-0 (36 KOs) with a stoppage of Chris Arreola (36-5, 31 KOs)
Deontay Wilder stops Arreola despite of injured hand. Arreola was down in round four but after four round Wilder only throws left jabs and hooks but he still dominated Arreola.
Deontay Wilder was sharp in the fight that caused Arreola’s both eyes swollen and was cut over his nose. Arreola’s corner withdrew their fighter after the 8th round to avoid more damages.
After the fight, he said he wanted to unify the division and would welcome fights with any of the titleholders and potential titleholders — Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury or Wladimir Klitschko.
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