Luis Ortiz was so excited about welcoming the duel versus Deontay Wilder at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, USA, on November 23. The boxer nicknamed King Kong carried the revenge mission by defeating Wilder and seizing the WBC heavyweight belt.
Ortiz lost TKO in the 10th round of the 12 rounds planned at Barclays Center, New York City, on March 3, 2018. The defeat was a valuable lesson for him, and now Ortiz has improved his performance to avenge the defeat of Wilder.
“I am very happy to have the chance to fight again. Wilder has the courage to take rematch and that is a big part of why this can happen. I am happy with this fight and I will make the best use of it,” Ortiz said.
“I cannot make excuses. The first fight is over. Now we are going to this fight. I will get a victory. There are things that are done differently, but everything will be decided in the ring. “
” I am focused on this battle and only this. I am not a talkative person, but the opportunity is here and it is destined to happen. We begin. “
“A warrior does not abandon his mission. My mission is to become a world champion. I have been training very hard since my defeat and it will all end on November 23rd.”
“I will not make the same mistakes for this duel this time, as I made in the last fight. I will be better prepared, more aggressive and have more everything. I will raise everything.
“There is no reason for me not to win the fight, just as it is. We know that one of us will be eliminated. I have the same sentiment for the rematch. This fight is not going 12 rounds. “
” I want 23 November gets here sooner rather than later. I’m ready to step into the ring and do the work and become a world heavyweight champion. “
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