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Round four: Wilder’s usually weirdly gunshy, but he’s actually simply having Ortiz rule everything. Ortiz lands some great scenes at the area. Ortiz slips the good side, cracks Wilder with some lefts that get the champ beating his chest in response. Ortiz patiently progressing as Wilder drops noncommittal pokes. Wilder throws the hard hand, stopped by the forearm. 10-9, 40-36 Ortiz. Round five: Ortiz remains to push ahead, lands another led upstairs. Again, Wilder pretty much only using this punch and not to any good force. 1-2 downstairs from Ortiz. Wilder seeks the 1-2-3, misses.

wilder vs ortiz 2 news


Midway through. Ortiz to this structure. Long forgotten comes short. Today some jabs from this Cuban. Wilder proves a pair of swatting hooks. Ortiz supports him to those circles, 1-1-2 downstairs. Wilder seems pissed from the rabbit punch and attempts a couple of strong shots. Ortiz with the stop hook. 10-9, 50-45 Ortiz.

Round 2: The headbutt had that cut on Ortiz. Wilder is attempting to affirm that left jab to undoubtedly put up the right side. The champ lands the place, but it got without the desired outcome. Ortiz brushes Wilder backwards with another large left side. Wilder wants to be off the ropes. (10-9 Ortiz, 20-18 Ortiz) Round 1: Ortiz attempting to go within, but Wilder is holding him in Bay with feints and conceit. Ortiz lands the large grazing left side, seeing Wilder sitting on the ropes. Ortiz is made on his far face by his hairline. Unclear as to how he had this meat. Maybe it'll appear in this instant repeat. A slow first beat, but an interesting one. (10-9 Ortiz).

Round seven: Ortiz lands the earlier even hand. He drops some bigger things near these ropes, lands one. I’m not convinced Wilder has landed more than 10 power punches this entire battle. Wilder lead correctly. Midway through. Wilder with the looping hand. Today he’s throwing a little more. 

Remaining hook downstairs. Ortiz doubles up that hand and cracks Wilder, coming up with body scenes. Overhand led glimpses off. Short, Wilder hurls the 1-2 that splits ortiz’s guard and places him on his side. Ortiz takes too far to rest for the ref’s feeling and it’s across.

Round 1: Ortiz attempting to go within, but Wilder is holding him in Bay with feints and posturing. Ortiz lands the large grazing left side, seeing Wilder sitting on the ropes. Ortiz is made on his far face by his hairline. Unclear as to how he had this meat. Maybe it'll appear in this instant repeat. A slow first beat, but an interesting one. (10-9 Ortiz).

Wilder overcame trouble and knocked Ortiz out at full 10 to keep his WBC name before the people of 14,069. Both boxers got the battle cautious with Wilder holding the punch, yet Ortiz appeared to do more in the beginning 4 rounds making combinations. Wilder had power at full five, knocking Ortiz down when. Wilder was suffered badly at full 7 by the left hand from Ortiz. Wilder was so trapped on the ropes getting front and body scenes from Ortiz. Referee David Fields held the close eye on the Wilder and seemed at one minute, just about stopping the battle. Wilder made it to the point of this turn.

Ortiz seemed to get power of this beat but went a bit reckless in the end of the turn and was seen by wilder's large right hand that remains the most potent weapon in all of boxing. Ortiz collapsed to the canvas in the mess as Wilder knew that harm was done. Ortiz tried desperately to reach his feet but his reaction was hit, and referee Kenny Bayless named the battle off in the 2:51 sign.

Luis Ortiz got his chain move knocking out journeyman Daniel Martz on Dec 8. Wilder was sat ringside on comment for this battle. After this battle, Ortiz named out Wilder, who so stepped into that chain and told to Ortiz, ” I assure you, you’ll take that fight. ” On December 19, negotiations resumed between Wilder and Ortiz, With the possible struggle for wilder's WBC heavyweight championship to happen at the Barclays centre in Brooklyn on March 3, 2018. According to RingTV on Dec 30, the arrangement had been handed. Statements were held on Jan 12 and this battle was officially announced on January 23. Ortiz fell in at 241¼ lbs.

This KO victory gave Wilder his 10th winning title defense and went his number to The remarkable 45-0-1 with 44 KOs. Ortiz dropped to the good 31-2 with his only two defeats getting in the hands of Wilder. Next up for Wilder equals another rematch. He is scheduled to experience lineal heavyweight champ Tyson anger in Feb. Their initial battle ended at the draw, and this second round would be one of the biggest of 2020. Wilder stated the interest in confronting this success of this Dec. 7 rematch between Antony Joshua and reigning WBA, IBF and WBO champion Andy Ruiz. If Wilder gets his choice, we would find the unified heavyweight challenger in 2020.

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