Deontay Wilder Escapes Luis Ortiz. Anthony Joshua Awaits, at Some Point

And then came the 10th round, and the reason Wilder remains unbeaten after 40 pro fights, despite sometimes fighting with all the technical skill of a novice Golden Glover.

Halfway through the round, Wilder suddenly found the range with a straight right-left hook combination, and down went Ortiz. He barely struggled to his feet at the count of nine.


“He don’t look classy, but he gets the job done.” That was Evander Holyfield’s assessment of Deontay Wilder’s technical skill after his knockout of Luis Ortiz.

Sam Hodgson for The New York Times

Then, Wilder — whose name often approximates his fighting style — began flailing away with both hands, driving the rubbery-legged Ortiz against the ropes,

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