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Deontay Wilder gegen Luis Ortiz war ein professioneller Boxkampf, der am 3. März im Barclays Center in New York City stattfand. Der verteidigende WBC-Schwergewichts-Champion Deontay Wilder besiegte den Herausforderer Luis Ortiz in der zehnten. Der US-Amerikaner Deontay Wilder hat auch das Rematch gegen Luis Ortiz gewonnen. Jetzt will der Weltmeister alle Gürtel im Schwergewicht. Schwergewichts-Weltmeister Deontay Wilder verteidigt seinen Titel freiwillig in Las Vegas gegen den schlagstarken Kubaner Luis Ortiz. Warum. Schwergewichts-Weltmeister Deontay Wilder (34) bleibt im Boxring ungeschlagen und hat seinen WBC-Titel auch gegen Luis Ortiz (40). Deontay Wilder verteidigt seinen WM-Titel des Box-Verbandes WBC im Schwergewicht gegen Herausforderer Luis Ortiz. Wann der Kampf.
Der gebürtige Kubaner Ortiz war unterdessen leichter als beim ersten Kampf der Beiden a, 3. März Der jährige Wilder wog 99,6 Kilo, als. Schwergewichts-Weltmeister Deontay Wilder (34) bleibt im Boxring ungeschlagen und hat seinen WBC-Titel auch gegen Luis Ortiz (40). Boxkampf im Schwergewicht: Deontay Wilder und Luiz Ortiz boxen heute, am November gegeneinander. Alle Infos zum Kampf und zur.
Ortiz then tried to press home his advantage stalking Wilder as the champion looked for counters whilst regaining his composure.
In the 9th Wilder made better use of his range and jab and towards the end of the round pushed Ortiz back with right hand before rushing in and nearly getting caught by a counter left hand by Ortiz which in turn blocked another right hand from Wilder.
The entertaining contest took another turn mid way through the 10th round as both men exchanged blows with left hand by Ortiz and a right hook from Wilder that forced both men to grab each other with Ortiz being thrown to the ground by Wilder.
The referee signalled no knockdown before Wilder unleashed a barrage of punches in a slightly wild and unorthodox yet ruthless and clinical fashion, Ortiz stood his ground until a heavy right hand pierced his guard and wobbled him before a second sent him down to the canvas on his knees.
Ortiz managed to regain his feet for a second time but in the following exchange was immediately caught by another hard right hand from Wilder that staggered him, before the champion again unloaded another flurry of punches with a right uppercut finally putting Ortiz down for the third and final time in the fight as the referee stepped in to wave the contest off.
It was revealed that all three official ringside judges had Wilder ahead 85—84 at the time of the stoppage,  whilst both Showtime and CBS Sports had it 86—83 in favour of Ortiz.
Luis Ortiz is definitely a crafty guy. He put up a great fight. We knew we had to wear him down. I showed everyone I can take a punch.
When Ortiz leaves tonight, he can hold his head high. He gave the fans a hell of a fight. I just had to get my range back and my fundamentals back and I was able to do that.
I showed I was a true champion tonight. Ortiz was one of those fighters that everyone ducked, even champions ducked him," Wilder said.
Speaking through a translator Ortiz also gave a post fight interview saying, "I almost had him, and I think I would've if there were a few more seconds in the round, Wilder was definitely saved by the bell.
I thought I had him out on his feet. But you have to give him credit, he weathered the storm. I was listening to the directions that my corner was giving me.
In this sport, any punch can end a fight, in the ring anything can happen. I thought I was going to get a rhythm earlier but I thought I was winning the fight.
This is heavyweight boxing and he caught me with a great shot. It was a great fight and he's a great champion.
I always said that I want to unify, I'm ready whenever those guys are. Round 1 a. Not much happening just yet. Feeling each other out.
Ortiz lands a hard left hook. Wilder connects with a hard combination. Ortiz is cut on the right side of his head and bleeding.
The ring attire is an incredible Game of Thrones-like hybrid. The energy has ramped up several levels here. Here comes the champ, BronzeBomber!
Result p. Obviously, the scorecard was a bit too close, but there was no doubt who the better man was. Both are opponents that would make for excellent fights.
Let's see if they come together. Aside from that, it's been all Santa Cruz. Sorry, nothing else to see here. Santa Cruz and Flores are trading shots as we approach the championship rounds!
Will this one go the distance? It's a typical Santa Cruz fight against lesser opposition, and Flores' lack of a big punch will likely keep him stuck in this spin cycle.
Santa Cruz is a hefty favorite at and is using his volume to take the early rounds. Flores hasn't done much to make Santa Cruz reconsider his approach of launching multiple punches and may find himself in a deep hole if this keeps up.
An unreal pace that started early and never let up saw these two battle in a phone booth for 12 demanding rounds. It was a surprisingly brutal battle between a pair of guys with an impressive knockout ratio that didn't disappoint.
But, in the end, the right decision was made as both fighters gave it their all and it's likely they will meet again Ceja's punches seem to have more steam on them but Figueroa refuses to step out of the phone booth and try to outbox the brawler.
These scorecards are likely to be all over the place. His work rate has yet to slow down and it appears that his punches are starting to get to Figueroa.
This a physically taxing fight for both Figueroa and Ceja. The problem is that Ceja has nothing to lose and Figueroa is eating a lot more leather than anyone anticipated.
Neither fighter has taken a break and continue to pound on each other in close quarters. You have to figure that one of them will eventually slow down, but it simply hasn't happened yet.
Figueroa pummeled him for the first round, but Ceja has settled in and the next two rounds were fought in a virtual phone both with both landing hard shots.
It's a pretty entertaining bout thus far. Figueroa is the younger brother of Omar Figueroa and has shown a ton of promise. His opponent is likely remembered by most for his barnburner with Guillermo Rigondeaux back in June.
Ceja was on the wrong end of that fight and lost by eighth-round TKO. It's a step up for Figueroa. Sky Sports.
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WBC heavyweight title. Deontay Wilder. Luis Ortiz. Tuscaloosa , Alabama , U. Wilder defeats Ortiz in the seventh round via KO. Deontay Wilder c. Note 1.
Miguel Flores. Note 2. Brandon Figueroa c. Julio Ceja. Note 3. Luis Nery. Note 4. Leduan Barthelemy. Viktor Slavinskyi.
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