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Wilder-Ortiz 2: Behind the Scenes with Deontay Wilder & Luis Ortiz | FIGHT CAMP | PBC ON FOX

Wilder-Ortiz 2: Behind the Scenes with Deontay Wilder & Luis Ortiz | FIGHT CAMP | PBC ON FOX

Deontay Wilder has admitted he "had a lot of things to overcome" in a troublesome first fight with Luis Ortiz – but warned he will win the rematch "in devastating fashion".

Wilder withstood intense pressure from then-unbeaten challenger Ortiz when they met last year, before rallying to a 10th-round stoppage win.

Wilder will again defend his WBC heavyweight title against Ortiz on November 23, live on Sky Sports, and he said about their original fight: "I had a lot of things to overcome in the first one, especially in the seventh round, but it wasn't nothing.

"In that round, I was talking to myself and was very clear on what was going on. I was buzzed, highly buzzed, but I had my consciousness and was coaching myself.

"'Keep punching, Deontay, stay close'.

"I knew if I smothered him, he couldn't release his punches or get enough steam to hit me flush.

"When I survived the seventh round and came out for the eighth, Ortiz charged me. I made sure to come back with two punches, not to hurt him, but to let him know that 'I'm still here'."

Asked if he was in major trouble in the seventh round, Wilder said: "Most definitely. I know what I can do. But I have to prove to people each and every time. I accept that challenge.

"Since a little boy, I had to prove to people. They never believed in me. Same thing here, it ain't no different.

"I get satisfaction from a certain type of person wrong because they don't understand what they see.

"One thing about Deontay Wilder? He walk it like he talk it.

"After the fight I said: 'It has to be a rematch'."


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