World Boxing Council President Mauricio Sulaiman was blown away by the performance from this past Saturday night, when WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder knocked out Luis Ortiz in the seventh round of their rematch. (photo by Ryan Hafey)

Sulaiman was ringside, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Ortiz was ahead in the fight on the scorecards, but it only took a single right hand to put the Cuban boxer down for the full count in the seventh.

"Wilder remained calculating, confident in his jab, and waited for the exact moment to release a power shot on ‘King Kong,’ producing a devastating and dramatic knockout. Ortiz, who offered a great fight using his amazing skills, who was in tremendous shape and was ahead on all three official scorecards by five points," Sulaiman said.

"In the seventh round, Wilder landed a hard right by hand which brought back memories of Iron Mike Tyson. Wilder is the only fighter who can finish a fight in such fashion."

Sulaiman is really excited about the current boom period in the heavyweight division and he expects a lot of great bouts to come between all of the players in the weight class.

"The heavyweight division has great interest. On December 7, Mexican Andy Ruiz will give the rematch to Anthony Joshua in Saudi Arabia, after surprising the British boxer – and the world – and snatching from him the world crowns," Sulaiman said.

"The Heavyweight division is back, and now the world will follow the so many great fights available between several gladiators including Wilder, Ruiz, Joshua, Fury, Whyte, and several other prospects making their way into the world scene."