Who is the current true heavyweight world champion? Deontay Wilder confidently answered that he deserves to be called the undisputed Heavyweight champion. Willer will prove his pride when undergoing a compulsory battle to defend his WBC championship belt against Luis Ortiz in Las Vegas, United States, on November 23.
American KO King, who dropped and stopped Ortiz in 10 rounds in the first fight last year. In addition to Ortiz, Wilder also planned a duel with Tyson Fury in February 2020.
However, raising doubts over the plan of a duel with Fury, Wilder explored the possibility of fighting with the winner between Anthony Joshua-Andy Ruiz Jr in the race for the WBA, IBF and WBO championship belts.
“There is only one champion, one face, one name. He is named Deontay Wilder,” the 33-year-old invincible boxer told Sky Sports in an exclusive interview
“If everything goes well. It’s not only up to me. But I speak with confidence “I know everything will happen according to plan. It’s up to other people to complete their tasks, but I believe, when they do, the world will witness one of the biggest battles of their lives,” he explained.
Wilder who was unbeaten in 42 times up The ring confirmed he was the strongest in the Heavyweight at this time. “Is there anyone else who deserves it than me? I am a leader, a king, a ruler. I have strength on my tongue.
Joshua suffered his first humiliating defeat when he was knocked down by Ruiz Jr. four times before losing TKO in round 7 in the first duel on June 1. The defeat made Joshua force to ask for a duel again.