Advertisement
Boxingscene.com
Advertisement

Photos: Luis Ortiz Trades Words With Deontay Wilder After Win

On a special Friday night edition of Premier Boxing Champions TOE-TO-TOE TUESDAYS on FS1 and BOXEO DE CAMPEONES on FOX Deportes at Hialeah Park in Miami, Florida, the co-main event of the telecast saw top heavyweight contender Luis "King Kong" Ortiz (28-0, 24 KOs) deliver a second round knockout of Daniel Martz (16-6-1, 13 KOs) and swiftly call out heavyweight world champion Deontay Wilder, who had joined the FS1 broadcast ringside. Photos by Douglas DeFelice/PBC.

wilder-ortiz (2)
 
The towering heavyweights exchanged words in the ring after the fight, with both men looking forward to a possible matchup in 2018.
 
Ortiz made quick work of his opponent, knocking him down with body shots in round one before delivering a counter left hand that put Martz down and prompted referee Samuel Burgos to stop the fight 43 seconds into round two.

wilder-ortiz (1)

Additional televised action featured welterweight prospect Bryant Perrella (15-1, 13 KOs) return to the ring to drop Alex Martin (13-3, 5 KOs) on his way to a unanimous decision victory.

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (12)

"I felt pretty good about the fight," said Perrella. "There are some things I'd like to have done different, but considering I was out for 15 months and injured for a long time, I'm pleased with what I was able to accomplish. I didn't get the knockout after hurting him, but I was able to handle him better than anyone else before me."

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (6)
 
Perrella got off to a fast start when he landed a thudding lead right hook from the southpaw stance that put Martin on the canvas. Martin was able to recover enough to survive the round and rebounded to put together several good rounds while showing off impressive boxing ability.

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (13)

The Florida-native Perrella was able to stabilize his lead and ride the momentum from the early knockdown to victory as he picked up his jab and overall aggressiveness in the second half of the fight. After 10 rounds the judges saw the fight in favor of Perrella by scores of 79-72 twice and 77-74.
 
The opening bout of the telecast saw a battle of unbeaten featherweight prospects as Philadelphia's Stephen Fulton (12-0, 5 KOs) earned a majority decision victory over Adam Lopez (8-1, 3 KOs).

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (1)

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (12)

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (11)

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (5)

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (2)

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (4)

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (3)

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (7)

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (8)

luis-ortiz-martz-fight (10)

luis-ortiz

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by kushking on 12-09-2017

[QUOTE=stellen;18316950]And who is joshua fighting next? The WBO champ parker. Who is wilder fighting next? :usa2::usa2:God bless bumsquad for keeping it real.[/QUOTE] You act as if AJ doesn't have the option to fight whoever he wants & still chooses easiest…

Comment by Patsfan bri on 12-09-2017

All you Wilder haters will be eating your words when he KO`s king kong inside of 6rds.

Comment by firstborn on 12-09-2017

[QUOTE]The fix was in he failed with what Blood Pressure Medicine he was prescribed by a Medical Doctor[/QUOTE] Problem is Ortiz and camp admitted they failed to disclose everything he was taking. Ortiz has been caught before so he doesn't…

Comment by Pigeons on 12-09-2017

[QUOTE=JakeTheBoxer;18317097]And what names has Wilder on his resume?[/QUOTE] Povetkin Ortiz Stiverne x2

Comment by Luilun on 12-09-2017

[QUOTE=firstborn;18317270]How does Wilder hide behind VADA? Ortiz has sabotaged himself before with failed drug tests. Ortiz is irresponsible, how is that Wilder's fault?[/QUOTE] The fix was in he failed with what Blood Pressure Medicine he was prescribed by a Medical…

ADD COMMENT VIEW COMMENTS (28)
Advertisement
Top Headlines
Callum Smith Breaks Down Canelo's KO Win Over Kovalev BoxingScene's Television Pick of The Week - November 22 Salita Backs Thomas Ward as One Of The Best in World at 122 Wilder: I Want To Remove All Doubt in Ortiz Rematch Martinez-Rosales Officially Added To Jacobs-Chavez Card Lennox Lewis: Ortiz Easily Concussed; Wilder Can't Go Right-Hand Crazy Leonard Ellerbe Talks Davis-Gamboa, Wilder-Ortiz, More Malik Scott of Helping Wilder Prepare For Ortiz Clash Euro News: Anthony Yigit, Dominic Boesel, Igor Mikhalkin, More Wilder-Ortiz 2: Oddsmakers Place Wilder As Healthy Favorite To Repeat Mayweather Announces: I'm Coming Out of Retirement in 2020! Luis Nery: Rodriguez Was Afraid Of Inoue; I'll Knock Him Out Early Team Shields Responds To Habazin: This Is Not How We Do Business Flores: Leo Santa Cruz In For Tough Night If Looking Past Me Habazin: Claressa Looking For A Way Out Of The Fight A Third Time Joshua: After I Beat Ruiz - Bow To My Feet and Tell Me I'm Great! Figueroa-Ceja, Luis Nery, Barthelemy-Ramirez - Presser Chris Algieri Eyes Title: I Know I Still Have Big Fights Left in Me Sparrow Hospitalized, Pulled from Cancio-Alvarado II DAZN Show Jose Ramirez vs. Viktor Postol Finalized - February 1, China, ESPN News: Angel and Chavez Barrientes, Jacob Bonas, More WBC Prez: Spence's medical report is clear, no interim-title needed Lipinets-Abdukakhorov Title Fight In Discussion For Feb. 22 Kuzmin Injured; Zhilei Zhang Needs New Foe For 11/30 Anthony Joshua Slimmed Down, Grinds For Ruiz Fight Callum Smith, John Ryder - Face To Face at Final Presser Dubois Backing Wilder To Blast Out Joshua, Ortiz and Ruiz Figueroa: I Like For Title To Be Earned, Hate Having Anything Given To Me Ellerbe Predicts Ruiz Wins Again: He Has Joshua's Number Wilder: I Didn't Get Mayweather's Support as Next Big Black Star Joshua: I Have One Loss - I Won't Become a P*ssy Overnight! Callum Smith: Pressure is On Hearn To Deliver Biggest Fight Possible News: Ohara Davies, Lewis Benson, Alex Dilmaghani, More Callum Smith's Coach on Options: Canelo, Beterbiev, Golovkin Wilder: I Have To Be Perfect for 2 Seconds - Then Bam, Goodnight! WBC Prez Talks Errol Spence, Wilder vs. Ortiz Wilder's Trainer Breaks Down Luis Ortiz Rematch Caleb Plant Talks Angulo Fight, Benavidez, More Deontay Wilder-Luis Ortiz II: Best Laid Plans Luis Ortiz: Wilder Fight Won’t Go 12 Rounds; Gonna Be A War!
Advertisement
Advertisement
Latest Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement