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WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder met with members of the Southern California press  as he prepares to defend his World Boxing Council Championship against his undefeated rival, Cuban Luis Ortiz, next Saturday March 3 live on SHOWTIME at the Barclays Center, the home of BROOKLYN BOXING ™.
 
Wilder, 32, has a perfect record of 39 wins, no losses and 38 knockouts. He was an Olympic bronze medalist in 2008 and is the only reigning American heavyweight champion. Wilder faces the toughest opponent of his career on Ortiz, from Cuba, who holds a professional record of 28-0 with 24 knockouts.
 
This is what Wilder commented:
 
"Once I unify all the titles and complete all mandatories , I'll easily get to 50-0, I'm not a 12-round fighter, and I do not have overtime, I'm a Knock out artist. I do not get much damage, when you fight with me, your head is not the same when you leave, when you fight with me, you are actually signing a sentence. "
 
"This is one of the biggest fights of my career and I'm ready for the challenge, I'm going to have great night, Ortiz has that reputation, but I've never been afraid. Many people have been avoiding him, even the “champions” have avoided Luis Ortiz until today, but not me. "
 
"I'm a quiet guy, in my personal life, I'm a quiet guy who likes to live life and love peace. But for  what I do in the ring, I have to become the "Bronze Bomber".

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