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November 25, 2019
Luis Ortiz was beating Deontay Wilder on Saturday night in their heavyweight fight. It was the seventh round, and for a lot of boxing experts, Ortiz had won the first six … and was on his way to winning the seventh.
Wilder looked out of sorts, uncomfortable, not able to handle the technique of Ortiz. (READ MORE) by Nate Scott | USA Today
Luis Ortiz thinks Tyson Fury will suffer the same fate as him in Fury’s upcoming rematch against Deontay Wilder.
The dangerous Cuban contender suspects Wilder won’t respect Fury when they fight again, presumably because Fury doesn’t punch as hard as Ortiz hits. That’ll likely lead, according to Ortiz, to Wilder finishing the job this time against the lineal heavyweight champion. (READ MORE) by Keith Idec | Boxing Scene
UFC commentator Joe Rogan was eagerly looking forward to tonight’s Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz rematch in Las Vegas.
Rogan had taken to Instagram earlier in the afternoon to express his excitement.
“I’m so f*cking pumped for this fight tonight! Wilder is arguably the most exciting heavyweight KO artist ever with an insane record of 40 KO’s in 41 wins.” Joe Rogan said. “That is just fucking bonkers, and Ortiz is a tremendously skilled boxer who gave Wilder a ton of problems in the first fight. The heavyweight division has so much top level talent right now, and this is a huge fight.” (READ MORE) by Christopher Taylor | BJ Penn