Deontay Wilder’s right hand is one of the most talked about in the world of boxing – a glance through his highlight reel and it becomes quickly clear why that’s the case.
With 41 of his 42 wins coming by KO, the Bronze Bomber has secured his status as the most dangerous man in the heavyweight division.
While there’s always going to be question marks over his technical ability, that terrifying finishing power has more than masked any concerns so far.
All of this makes Fury’s miraculous rise from the canvas even more impressive, though Wilder will be looking to make sure that doesn’t happen this time round.
To help you get in the mood for the highly-anticipated rematch, we’re counting down some of Wilder’s biggest knockouts to date.
6 – VS Luis Ortiz (2019)
That right hand ? ?— Sky Sports Boxing (@SkySportsBoxing) November 24, 2019
Slow motion replays of Deontay Wilder knocking out Luis Ortiz ? pic.twitter.com/azyRSeC3bs
5 – VS Dominic Breazeale (2019)
WOW! Wilder knocks out Breazeale in the 1st round ? pic.twitter.com/fZwqIeiNzl— Sky Sports Boxing (@SkySportsBoxing) May 19, 2019
4 – VS Bermane Stiverne (2017)
After 37 fights, the only opponent that hadn’t met the canvas by @BronzeBomber was Bermane Stiverne, the same fighter he beat to become the WBC champion. In their rematch, and Wilder’s 38th fight, it took less than 1RD to add Stiverne the list. ? #PBCAfterDark #WilderOrtiz2 pic.twitter.com/LSqqZopKBH— PBC (@premierboxing) November 21, 2019
3 – VS Dominique Alexander (2011)
2 – VS Kelvin Price (2012)
1 – VS Artur Szpilka (2016)
BT Sport Box Office will show Tyson Fury’s highly anticipated rematch with Deontay Wilder, exclusively live on Saturday 22nd February. Wilder v Fury 2 can be watched on BT TV, the BT Sport Box Office App, Sky, Virgin Media TV and TalkTalk TV or online.
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