There’s still one belt not in Tyson Fury’s new collection out there … so how would a fight against Deontay Wilder play out?
It’s rare for heavyweight title bouts to create intrigue today but Tyson Fury’s confidence has made Saturday’s bout against Wladimir Klitschko a must-watch.
Showtime’s Stephen Espinoza says Deontay Wilder will likely fight again in January and provided a short-list of RING-rated heavyweights as possible opponents.
Deontay Wilder received a minor test in relative unknown Johann Duhaupas on Saturday in Birmingham, Alabama. Now it should be on to foes with bigger names.
Deontay Wilder retained his WBC heavyweight title with a tougher-than-expected 11th-round stoppage of rugged Johann Duhaupas on Saturday in Birmingham, Alabama.
Deontay Wilder weighed in at 228.6 pounds for his WBC heavyweight title defense against Johann Duhaupus, who weighed 236 pounds for their Saturday showdown.
Deontay Wilder will defend his WBC title on Sept. 26 against Johann Duhaupas in Birmingham, Ala. The bout will be announced today at a presser in Birmingham.
Reports said WBC heavyweight titleholder Deontay Wilder had made an offer to fight Hughie Fury but the suggested date could be a terminal sticking point.
Undefeated WBC heavyweight titleholder Deontay Wilder will make his next defense Sept. 26 on NBC, according to multiple reports.
Australian heavyweight Lucas Browne is climbing the ranks. Could he be next in line for fellow unbeaten power puncher, and WBC titleholder, Deontay Wilder?
David Lemieux advanced in THE RING’s middleweight rankings following his thrilling IBF title-winning effort against ultra-gutsy Hassan N’Dam.
English heavyweight David Price watched Deontay Wilder successfully defend his WBC title for the first time on Saturday and then insisted he saw nothing to suggest he cannot take down the undefeated American sensation.