Luis Ortiz will fight on November 23 at the MGM in Las Vegas a now or never rematch against WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.
The Cuban fighter is getting ready as never before for the fight of his life, which could make him world champion, and the sixth fighter in history who achieves it with more than 40 years of age.
“I don’t know if Deontay will improve for this fight, but I will definitely be an even better version of myself on November 23,” Ortiz said. “King Kong” who warned that this time he will not let his rival escape, as happened in his first match, when in the seventh round he had Wilder hurt.
“If I have that opportunity like the one I had in the last fight, I will not stop hitting until I finish him. I will look for it, and I will destroy him,” he said.
“The proof that I take this seriously is that I came to train in Las Vegas. I have not seen my family in months and that is worse than any blow from Deontay. My biggest goal has always been to become world champion and that has not changed. I have not lost my hunger. You go through the torture of a camp as hard as this… to succeed. ”