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  • Comments Thread For: Deontay Wilder: Why Not Have Two, Three Fights With Luis Ortiz?

    NEW YORK Deontay Wilder would welcome a rematch with Luis Ortiz next if he can't land a second fight with Tyson Fury or a long-discussed showdown with Anthony Joshua. Shelly Finkel, Wilder's co-manager, acknowledged early Sunday morning that Ortiz is one of the three opponents under consideration for Wilder's next fight. Ortiz stepped into the ring following Wilder's first-round knockout of Dominic Breazeale on Saturday night at Barclays Center and called out the WBC heavyweight champion.
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  • #2
    Wilders a coward why does he keep avoiding Dillian’s Whyte who has been ranked number 1 with the WBC for over 560 days ?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Corbett View Post
      Wilders a coward why does he keep avoiding Dillian’s Whyte who has been ranked number 1 with the WBC for over 560 days ?
      Stop it. Aj is the coward for asking then ducking the 50 million & Fury jumped ship in making the rematch. D.Wilder got these dudes running LMMFAO! AND dillian running from King Kong! LMMFAO!!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by j.razor View Post
        Stop it. Aj is the coward for asking then ducking the 50 million & Fury jumped ship in making the rematch. D.Wilder got these dudes running LMMFAO! AND dillian running from King Kong! LMMFAO!!
        Yeah deontay sure got those kitchen porters, uber drivers and part time labourers running lmfao

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        • #5
          Wilder is a duck and a coward. He has no creditably after ducking down over 100 million dollars offer

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          • #6
            Originally posted by j.razor View Post
            Stop it. Aj is the coward for asking then ducking the 50 million & Fury jumped ship in making the rematch. D.Wilder got these dudes running LMMFAO! AND dillian running from King Kong! LMMFAO!!
            Wilder avoided Whyte and turned down more money than he earned fighting Ortiz plus Fury together.

            Ortiz and camp have turned down multiple offers from Whyte the guys a hype job whose best win is Bryant Jennings who Whytes next opponent Oscar Rivas just knocked out.

            Be sensible

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            • #7
              But this time we need a better referee, Luis Ortiz basically knocked you out and the referee gave you extra time to recover

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              • #8
                This is why Wilder is now the most popular heavyweight!!!

                If all fighters, promoters and fans understood a loss is not a forced retirement, we would have another golden age in boxing.

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                • #9
                  Why not give Duhaupas a rematch ? Come on Deontay you like to give old men rematches which you already beaten.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Corbett View Post
                    Wilders a coward why does he keep avoiding Dillianís Whyte who has been ranked number 1 with the WBC for over 560 days ?
                    It's not even Wilder's fault, it's the WBC. They need to enforce the mandatory so Wilder has to fight or be stripped. How can they have a fighter at no.1 for nearly 600 days and not call the mandatory.

                    Can't blame Wilder for the WBC not acting in a fair manner.

                    The WBC are a joke these days and help out certain fighters. Adonis Stevenson went something like 3 or 4 years without fighting a mandatory/

                    Say what you want about the IBF and some of their mandatory fights not being competitive, but at least they stick to their guns, call mandatory fights when they're due or strip the fighter. The WBC are just far too cosy with certain fighters.

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