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 Last update:  3/14/2014       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
Deontay Wilder: It's Sad, I Have To Knock My Brother Out
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By Miguel Rivera

Undefeated heavyweight Deontay "The Bronze Bomber" Wilder (30-0, 30KOs) is not looking forward to Saturday's fight, because he has to face a good friend in the ring - Malik Scott (36-1-1, 13KOs). They will trade punches at the Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Bayamon City, Puerto Rico.

A lot is on the line. The World Boxing Council has deemed the bout a semi-final eliminator. Friendship or not, Wilder has promised to score knockout number 31.

"I know Malik. He is my brother and my friend. He's a great fighter, but this is a business and now I have him in front of me. But although he is my friend, it is not my intention to compromise my impeccable brand. It's going to be a great fight with a lot of suspense and action, and I predict it will be another fight where I finish by knockout. It's sad, I have to knock my brother out. But this is boxing," Wilder told Carlos Narvaez.

Tags: Deontay Wilder , Malik Scott , Wilder-Scott , Wilder vs. Scott


 

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comment by UFOlogist, on 03-15-2014
If Scott loses tomorrow it will be his first legitimate loss in professional boxing. As someone else mentioned, he is really quite talented. His amateur record is 70-3.

comment by ROSS CALIFORNIA, on 03-15-2014
[QUOTE=kiDynamite92]Scott will win the fight but will lose on the judges scorecard. Wilder via robbery.[/QUOTE] Scott already looks scared coming into the weigh in with a bag over his head. I think he knows he's in for some trouble.

comment by ROSS CALIFORNIA, on 03-14-2014
I wish the Klitchkos thought the same way. lol

comment by kiDynamite92, on 03-14-2014
Scott will win the fight but will lose on the judges scorecard. Wilder via robbery.

comment by PowerFlow, on 03-14-2014
[QUOTE=Trudoe]Can't wait for Tomorrow! When a boxing event is on, it's like a national holiday in my head. I get so amped up in anticipation like a child on Christmas Eve. Sometimes you knew what toys you were going to get, but for the most part there were always plenty of surprises under the ...

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