Ortiz Fight

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Wilder vs Ortiz 2 : Fight Card Boxing Heavyweight World Champ Deontay Wilder defends his WBC belt in a highly-anticipated title rematch against Cuban contender Luis Ortiz on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View.

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Ortiz Fight : 2019 Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 odds, pick, prediction, betting trends & prop bets . Deontay Wilder (41-0-1, 40 KOs) looks to defend the WBC heavyweight championship for the tenth time as he meets Luis Ortiz (31-0, 26 KOs)

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Here’s a complete betting guide for Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz, including updated odds, trends and our prediction to win.

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 odds
Fighter Odds
Deontay Wilder -650
Luis Ortiz +475
Sportsbooks have installed Wilder as a sizable favorite, according to Sportsbook Review’s composite odds. Wilder is currently favored at -650, which means you’d need to wager $650 to win $100. Meanwhile, Ortiz is a +475 underdog, meaning you’d net $475 if you bet $100.

The logical theory is that oddsmakers are looking at how the Alabama native won the first fight.

Odds started for Wilder as high as a -700 favorite before going as low as -620 and rising back up and settling in at -650. Ortiz’s odds have stayed pretty consistent since initially being set. The odds started at +500 and then going as low as +460 before staying at +475.

Three trends to know

1. Wilder and Ortiz met in March 2018 with Wilder coming back after nearly getting knocked out on his feet in the seventh round to win via tenth-round TKO.

2. Since their first fight in March 2018, Wilder is 1-0-1. He went to a thrilling split draw with lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in December and proceeded to notch a first-round knockout of Dominic Breazeale in May.

Ortiz has stayed active by competing three times and going 3-0 in the process. The Cuban defeated Răzvan Cojanu by second-round TKO in July 2018, Travis Kauffman via tenth-round TKO on the undercard of Wilder-Fury and capped off in March in beating Christian Hammer via unanimous decision.

3. Before he agreed to rematch Ortiz, Wilder already had another fight lined up as he’s scheduled to take on Fury in February 2020. But the 2008 Olympic gold medalist wanted to stay busy, and because of the special bond he and Ortiz share with their daughters having medical conditions.

Three things to watch

1. How each guy can look to correct the mistakes they made the first time around. For Wilder, will he be able to stay off the ropes because that’s when Ortiz did his best work, including almost upsetting the apple cart and pulling off the upset?

For Ortiz, continuing to pump the jab is imperative. At times, he’d throw a hard jab to send Wilder back and keep him at bay. When he didn’t throw it, that’s when Wilder was able to uncork the right hand.

2. Wilder has to get off to a quick start. Too often in fights, most notably in the first fight with Ortiz, Fury, Gerald Washington, and Artur Szpilka, Wilder’s come out too slow and fallen behind on the scorecards. Yes, he’s roared back with his once in a generation power with the vaunted right hand. But there will come a time where the right-hand doesn’t get the job done. Wilder said on Tuesday at his grand arrival that there’s more to him, and he has a vast array of boxing skills under the tutelage of former U.S. Olympic gold medalist Mark Breland. He showed a bit of it with the scintillating left hook that almost finished Fury in the 12th round.

3. Ortiz’s stamina will play a significant factor. Remember, Ortiz is 40 years of age. Typically, when a human being gets older, the gas tank isn’t what it used to be even five years ago. You could see in the first fight that Ortiz would too often go in spurts and then dance around the ring and regaining some of his energy.

And that’s when he was 38. Fast forward to now and his cardio isn’t going to magically get better 20 months later unless Ortiz’s magically found the fountain of youth.

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 pick, prediction

It’s hard to pick against Wilder in this situation. Look at what happened when they fought before. And the result shouldn’t change. Ortiz didn’t test himself against quality opposition to get him better prepared for what could be his last shot at glory.

If Ortiz is going to have any shot at pulling off the upset and causing an eruption in the heavyweight division, he’s going to have to come out fast and let Wilder know the first time was a fluke, and things are to be different.

However, that isn’t going to happen. There’s too much on the line for Wilder. He understands what’s at stake with a highly lucrative rematch with Fury is on the horizon along with a possible 2020 unification bout against the winner of the Dec. 7 rematch between Andy Ruiz. Jr. and Anthony Joshua.

The “Bronze Bomber” is going to come and look to make an example of Ortiz like he did when he blasted through Breazeale and his rematch with Bermane Stiverne in November 2017 in one round.

Place a few dollars on Ortiz as that number is high considering how skilled he is inside the with his extensive amateur pedigree of 400 amateur fights and how close he came the first time around. It’s boxing, and the big boys are fighting so anything can happen.

Wilder Fight

Wilder vs Ortiz 2 Today Match Live Stream

Wilder vs Ortiz 2 : Fight Card Boxing Heavyweight World Champ Deontay Wilder defends his WBC belt in a highly-anticipated title rematch against Cuban contender Luis Ortiz on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View.

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Wilder Fight : 2019 Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 odds, pick, prediction, betting trends & prop bets . Deontay Wilder (41-0-1, 40 KOs) looks to defend the WBC heavyweight championship for the tenth time as he meets Luis Ortiz (31-0, 26 KOs)

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Wilder Vs Ortiz 2 Live

Here’s a complete betting guide for Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz, including updated odds, trends and our prediction to win.

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 odds
Fighter Odds
Deontay Wilder -650
Luis Ortiz +475
Sportsbooks have installed Wilder as a sizable favorite, according to Sportsbook Review’s composite odds. Wilder is currently favored at -650, which means you’d need to wager $650 to win $100. Meanwhile, Ortiz is a +475 underdog, meaning you’d net $475 if you bet $100.

The logical theory is that oddsmakers are looking at how the Alabama native won the first fight.

Odds started for Wilder as high as a -700 favorite before going as low as -620 and rising back up and settling in at -650. Ortiz’s odds have stayed pretty consistent since initially being set. The odds started at +500 and then going as low as +460 before staying at +475.

Three trends to know

1. Wilder and Ortiz met in March 2018 with Wilder coming back after nearly getting knocked out on his feet in the seventh round to win via tenth-round TKO.

2. Since their first fight in March 2018, Wilder is 1-0-1. He went to a thrilling split draw with lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in December and proceeded to notch a first-round knockout of Dominic Breazeale in May.

Ortiz has stayed active by competing three times and going 3-0 in the process. The Cuban defeated Răzvan Cojanu by second-round TKO in July 2018, Travis Kauffman via tenth-round TKO on the undercard of Wilder-Fury and capped off in March in beating Christian Hammer via unanimous decision.

3. Before he agreed to rematch Ortiz, Wilder already had another fight lined up as he’s scheduled to take on Fury in February 2020. But the 2008 Olympic gold medalist wanted to stay busy, and because of the special bond he and Ortiz share with their daughters having medical conditions.

Three things to watch

1. How each guy can look to correct the mistakes they made the first time around. For Wilder, will he be able to stay off the ropes because that’s when Ortiz did his best work, including almost upsetting the apple cart and pulling off the upset?

For Ortiz, continuing to pump the jab is imperative. At times, he’d throw a hard jab to send Wilder back and keep him at bay. When he didn’t throw it, that’s when Wilder was able to uncork the right hand.

2. Wilder has to get off to a quick start. Too often in fights, most notably in the first fight with Ortiz, Fury, Gerald Washington, and Artur Szpilka, Wilder’s come out too slow and fallen behind on the scorecards. Yes, he’s roared back with his once in a generation power with the vaunted right hand. But there will come a time where the right-hand doesn’t get the job done. Wilder said on Tuesday at his grand arrival that there’s more to him, and he has a vast array of boxing skills under the tutelage of former U.S. Olympic gold medalist Mark Breland. He showed a bit of it with the scintillating left hook that almost finished Fury in the 12th round.

3. Ortiz’s stamina will play a significant factor. Remember, Ortiz is 40 years of age. Typically, when a human being gets older, the gas tank isn’t what it used to be even five years ago. You could see in the first fight that Ortiz would too often go in spurts and then dance around the ring and regaining some of his energy.

And that’s when he was 38. Fast forward to now and his cardio isn’t going to magically get better 20 months later unless Ortiz’s magically found the fountain of youth.

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 pick, prediction

It’s hard to pick against Wilder in this situation. Look at what happened when they fought before. And the result shouldn’t change. Ortiz didn’t test himself against quality opposition to get him better prepared for what could be his last shot at glory.

If Ortiz is going to have any shot at pulling off the upset and causing an eruption in the heavyweight division, he’s going to have to come out fast and let Wilder know the first time was a fluke, and things are to be different.

However, that isn’t going to happen. There’s too much on the line for Wilder. He understands what’s at stake with a highly lucrative rematch with Fury is on the horizon along with a possible 2020 unification bout against the winner of the Dec. 7 rematch between Andy Ruiz. Jr. and Anthony Joshua.

The “Bronze Bomber” is going to come and look to make an example of Ortiz like he did when he blasted through Breazeale and his rematch with Bermane Stiverne in November 2017 in one round.

Place a few dollars on Ortiz as that number is high considering how skilled he is inside the with his extensive amateur pedigree of 400 amateur fights and how close he came the first time around. It’s boxing, and the big boys are fighting so anything can happen.

Wilder Vs Ortiz Live

Wilder vs Ortiz 2 Today Match Live Stream

Wilder vs Ortiz 2 : Fight Card Boxing Heavyweight World Champ Deontay Wilder defends his WBC belt in a highly-anticipated title rematch against Cuban contender Luis Ortiz on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View.

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Wilder Vs Ortiz Live : Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 odds, pick, prediction, betting trends & prop bets . Deontay Wilder (41-0-1, 40 KOs) looks to defend the WBC heavyweight championship for the tenth time as he meets Luis Ortiz (31-0, 26 KOs)

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Wilder Vs Ortiz 2 Live

Here’s a complete betting guide for Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz, including updated odds, trends and our prediction to win.

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 odds
Fighter Odds
Deontay Wilder -650
Luis Ortiz +475
Sportsbooks have installed Wilder as a sizable favorite, according to Sportsbook Review’s composite odds. Wilder is currently favored at -650, which means you’d need to wager $650 to win $100. Meanwhile, Ortiz is a +475 underdog, meaning you’d net $475 if you bet $100.

The logical theory is that oddsmakers are looking at how the Alabama native won the first fight.

Odds started for Wilder as high as a -700 favorite before going as low as -620 and rising back up and settling in at -650. Ortiz’s odds have stayed pretty consistent since initially being set. The odds started at +500 and then going as low as +460 before staying at +475.

Three trends to know

1. Wilder and Ortiz met in March 2018 with Wilder coming back after nearly getting knocked out on his feet in the seventh round to win via tenth-round TKO.

2. Since their first fight in March 2018, Wilder is 1-0-1. He went to a thrilling split draw with lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in December and proceeded to notch a first-round knockout of Dominic Breazeale in May.

Ortiz has stayed active by competing three times and going 3-0 in the process. The Cuban defeated Răzvan Cojanu by second-round TKO in July 2018, Travis Kauffman via tenth-round TKO on the undercard of Wilder-Fury and capped off in March in beating Christian Hammer via unanimous decision.

3. Before he agreed to rematch Ortiz, Wilder already had another fight lined up as he’s scheduled to take on Fury in February 2020. But the 2008 Olympic gold medalist wanted to stay busy, and because of the special bond he and Ortiz share with their daughters having medical conditions.

Three things to watch

1. How each guy can look to correct the mistakes they made the first time around. For Wilder, will he be able to stay off the ropes because that’s when Ortiz did his best work, including almost upsetting the apple cart and pulling off the upset?

For Ortiz, continuing to pump the jab is imperative. At times, he’d throw a hard jab to send Wilder back and keep him at bay. When he didn’t throw it, that’s when Wilder was able to uncork the right hand.

2. Wilder has to get off to a quick start. Too often in fights, most notably in the first fight with Ortiz, Fury, Gerald Washington, and Artur Szpilka, Wilder’s come out too slow and fallen behind on the scorecards. Yes, he’s roared back with his once in a generation power with the vaunted right hand. But there will come a time where the right-hand doesn’t get the job done. Wilder said on Tuesday at his grand arrival that there’s more to him, and he has a vast array of boxing skills under the tutelage of former U.S. Olympic gold medalist Mark Breland. He showed a bit of it with the scintillating left hook that almost finished Fury in the 12th round.

3. Ortiz’s stamina will play a significant factor. Remember, Ortiz is 40 years of age. Typically, when a human being gets older, the gas tank isn’t what it used to be even five years ago. You could see in the first fight that Ortiz would too often go in spurts and then dance around the ring and regaining some of his energy.

And that’s when he was 38. Fast forward to now and his cardio isn’t going to magically get better 20 months later unless Ortiz’s magically found the fountain of youth.

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 pick, prediction

It’s hard to pick against Wilder in this situation. Look at what happened when they fought before. And the result shouldn’t change. Ortiz didn’t test himself against quality opposition to get him better prepared for what could be his last shot at glory.

If Ortiz is going to have any shot at pulling off the upset and causing an eruption in the heavyweight division, he’s going to have to come out fast and let Wilder know the first time was a fluke, and things are to be different.

However, that isn’t going to happen. There’s too much on the line for Wilder. He understands what’s at stake with a highly lucrative rematch with Fury is on the horizon along with a possible 2020 unification bout against the winner of the Dec. 7 rematch between Andy Ruiz. Jr. and Anthony Joshua.

The “Bronze Bomber” is going to come and look to make an example of Ortiz like he did when he blasted through Breazeale and his rematch with Bermane Stiverne in November 2017 in one round.

Place a few dollars on Ortiz as that number is high considering how skilled he is inside the with his extensive amateur pedigree of 400 amateur fights and how close he came the first time around. It’s boxing, and the big boys are fighting so anything can happen.

Wilder Vs Ortiz 2 Live

Wilder vs Ortiz 2 Today Match Live Stream

Wilder vs Ortiz 2 : Fight Card Boxing Heavyweight World Champ Deontay Wilder defends his WBC belt in a highly-anticipated title rematch against Cuban contender Luis Ortiz on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View.

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Wilder Vs Ortiz 2 Live : Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 odds, pick, prediction, betting trends & prop bets . Deontay Wilder (41-0-1, 40 KOs) looks to defend the WBC heavyweight championship for the tenth time as he meets Luis Ortiz (31-0, 26 KOs)

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Wilder Vs Ortiz 2 Live

Here’s a complete betting guide for Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz, including updated odds, trends and our prediction to win.

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 odds
Fighter Odds
Deontay Wilder -650
Luis Ortiz +475
Sportsbooks have installed Wilder as a sizable favorite, according to Sportsbook Review’s composite odds. Wilder is currently favored at -650, which means you’d need to wager $650 to win $100. Meanwhile, Ortiz is a +475 underdog, meaning you’d net $475 if you bet $100.

The logical theory is that oddsmakers are looking at how the Alabama native won the first fight.

Odds started for Wilder as high as a -700 favorite before going as low as -620 and rising back up and settling in at -650. Ortiz’s odds have stayed pretty consistent since initially being set. The odds started at +500 and then going as low as +460 before staying at +475.

Three trends to know

1. Wilder and Ortiz met in March 2018 with Wilder coming back after nearly getting knocked out on his feet in the seventh round to win via tenth-round TKO.

2. Since their first fight in March 2018, Wilder is 1-0-1. He went to a thrilling split draw with lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in December and proceeded to notch a first-round knockout of Dominic Breazeale in May.

Ortiz has stayed active by competing three times and going 3-0 in the process. The Cuban defeated Răzvan Cojanu by second-round TKO in July 2018, Travis Kauffman via tenth-round TKO on the undercard of Wilder-Fury and capped off in March in beating Christian Hammer via unanimous decision.

3. Before he agreed to rematch Ortiz, Wilder already had another fight lined up as he’s scheduled to take on Fury in February 2020. But the 2008 Olympic gold medalist wanted to stay busy, and because of the special bond he and Ortiz share with their daughters having medical conditions.

Three things to watch

1. How each guy can look to correct the mistakes they made the first time around. For Wilder, will he be able to stay off the ropes because that’s when Ortiz did his best work, including almost upsetting the apple cart and pulling off the upset?

For Ortiz, continuing to pump the jab is imperative. At times, he’d throw a hard jab to send Wilder back and keep him at bay. When he didn’t throw it, that’s when Wilder was able to uncork the right hand.

2. Wilder has to get off to a quick start. Too often in fights, most notably in the first fight with Ortiz, Fury, Gerald Washington, and Artur Szpilka, Wilder’s come out too slow and fallen behind on the scorecards. Yes, he’s roared back with his once in a generation power with the vaunted right hand. But there will come a time where the right-hand doesn’t get the job done. Wilder said on Tuesday at his grand arrival that there’s more to him, and he has a vast array of boxing skills under the tutelage of former U.S. Olympic gold medalist Mark Breland. He showed a bit of it with the scintillating left hook that almost finished Fury in the 12th round.

3. Ortiz’s stamina will play a significant factor. Remember, Ortiz is 40 years of age. Typically, when a human being gets older, the gas tank isn’t what it used to be even five years ago. You could see in the first fight that Ortiz would too often go in spurts and then dance around the ring and regaining some of his energy.

And that’s when he was 38. Fast forward to now and his cardio isn’t going to magically get better 20 months later unless Ortiz’s magically found the fountain of youth.

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 pick, prediction

It’s hard to pick against Wilder in this situation. Look at what happened when they fought before. And the result shouldn’t change. Ortiz didn’t test himself against quality opposition to get him better prepared for what could be his last shot at glory.

If Ortiz is going to have any shot at pulling off the upset and causing an eruption in the heavyweight division, he’s going to have to come out fast and let Wilder know the first time was a fluke, and things are to be different.

However, that isn’t going to happen. There’s too much on the line for Wilder. He understands what’s at stake with a highly lucrative rematch with Fury is on the horizon along with a possible 2020 unification bout against the winner of the Dec. 7 rematch between Andy Ruiz. Jr. and Anthony Joshua.

The “Bronze Bomber” is going to come and look to make an example of Ortiz like he did when he blasted through Breazeale and his rematch with Bermane Stiverne in November 2017 in one round.

Place a few dollars on Ortiz as that number is high considering how skilled he is inside the with his extensive amateur pedigree of 400 amateur fights and how close he came the first time around. It’s boxing, and the big boys are fighting so anything can happen.

Wilder Vs Ortiz 2 Live

Wilder vs Ortiz 2 Today Match Live Stream

Wilder vs Ortiz 2 : Fight Card Boxing Heavyweight World Champ Deontay Wilder defends his WBC belt in a highly-anticipated title rematch against Cuban contender Luis Ortiz on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View.

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Wilder Vs Ortiz 2 Live : Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 odds, pick, prediction, betting trends & prop bets . Deontay Wilder (41-0-1, 40 KOs) looks to defend the WBC heavyweight championship for the tenth time as he meets Luis Ortiz (31-0, 26 KOs)

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Wilder Vs Ortiz 2 Live

Here’s a complete betting guide for Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz, including updated odds, trends and our prediction to win.

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 odds
Fighter Odds
Deontay Wilder -650
Luis Ortiz +475
Sportsbooks have installed Wilder as a sizable favorite, according to Sportsbook Review’s composite odds. Wilder is currently favored at -650, which means you’d need to wager $650 to win $100. Meanwhile, Ortiz is a +475 underdog, meaning you’d net $475 if you bet $100.

The logical theory is that oddsmakers are looking at how the Alabama native won the first fight.

Odds started for Wilder as high as a -700 favorite before going as low as -620 and rising back up and settling in at -650. Ortiz’s odds have stayed pretty consistent since initially being set. The odds started at +500 and then going as low as +460 before staying at +475.

Three trends to know

1. Wilder and Ortiz met in March 2018 with Wilder coming back after nearly getting knocked out on his feet in the seventh round to win via tenth-round TKO.

2. Since their first fight in March 2018, Wilder is 1-0-1. He went to a thrilling split draw with lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in December and proceeded to notch a first-round knockout of Dominic Breazeale in May.

Ortiz has stayed active by competing three times and going 3-0 in the process. The Cuban defeated Răzvan Cojanu by second-round TKO in July 2018, Travis Kauffman via tenth-round TKO on the undercard of Wilder-Fury and capped off in March in beating Christian Hammer via unanimous decision.

3. Before he agreed to rematch Ortiz, Wilder already had another fight lined up as he’s scheduled to take on Fury in February 2020. But the 2008 Olympic gold medalist wanted to stay busy, and because of the special bond he and Ortiz share with their daughters having medical conditions.

Three things to watch

1. How each guy can look to correct the mistakes they made the first time around. For Wilder, will he be able to stay off the ropes because that’s when Ortiz did his best work, including almost upsetting the apple cart and pulling off the upset?

For Ortiz, continuing to pump the jab is imperative. At times, he’d throw a hard jab to send Wilder back and keep him at bay. When he didn’t throw it, that’s when Wilder was able to uncork the right hand.

2. Wilder has to get off to a quick start. Too often in fights, most notably in the first fight with Ortiz, Fury, Gerald Washington, and Artur Szpilka, Wilder’s come out too slow and fallen behind on the scorecards. Yes, he’s roared back with his once in a generation power with the vaunted right hand. But there will come a time where the right-hand doesn’t get the job done. Wilder said on Tuesday at his grand arrival that there’s more to him, and he has a vast array of boxing skills under the tutelage of former U.S. Olympic gold medalist Mark Breland. He showed a bit of it with the scintillating left hook that almost finished Fury in the 12th round.

3. Ortiz’s stamina will play a significant factor. Remember, Ortiz is 40 years of age. Typically, when a human being gets older, the gas tank isn’t what it used to be even five years ago. You could see in the first fight that Ortiz would too often go in spurts and then dance around the ring and regaining some of his energy.

And that’s when he was 38. Fast forward to now and his cardio isn’t going to magically get better 20 months later unless Ortiz’s magically found the fountain of youth.

Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz 2 pick, prediction

It’s hard to pick against Wilder in this situation. Look at what happened when they fought before. And the result shouldn’t change. Ortiz didn’t test himself against quality opposition to get him better prepared for what could be his last shot at glory.

If Ortiz is going to have any shot at pulling off the upset and causing an eruption in the heavyweight division, he’s going to have to come out fast and let Wilder know the first time was a fluke, and things are to be different.

However, that isn’t going to happen. There’s too much on the line for Wilder. He understands what’s at stake with a highly lucrative rematch with Fury is on the horizon along with a possible 2020 unification bout against the winner of the Dec. 7 rematch between Andy Ruiz. Jr. and Anthony Joshua.

The “Bronze Bomber” is going to come and look to make an example of Ortiz like he did when he blasted through Breazeale and his rematch with Bermane Stiverne in November 2017 in one round.

Place a few dollars on Ortiz as that number is high considering how skilled he is inside the with his extensive amateur pedigree of 400 amateur fights and how close he came the first time around. It’s boxing, and the big boys are fighting so anything can happen.

Wilder vs Ortiz

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Wilder vs Ortiz 2 : Fight Card Boxing Heavyweight World Champ Deontay Wilder defends his WBC belt in a highly-anticipated title rematch against Cuban contender Luis Ortiz on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View.

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Wilder vs Ortiz Live

On Saturday, WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder steps into the ring with Luis Ortiz for the second time. The two destructive punchers first met in March 2018 with Wilder scoring a 10th round knockout after some tremendous action. Now, they meet again with another huge rematch for Wilder hanging in the balance.

Should Wilder (41-0-1, 40 KOs) manage to get past Ortiz (31-1, 26 KOs) a second time, a planned February bout with Tyson Fury would be next up for the champ. Fury and Wilder battled to a draw last December and both men have spent time busying themselves with other opponents ahead of the big-money rematch.

Wilder fought Fury in their initial bout after his first defeat of Ortiz. After the draw, Wilder took just one round to knock out Dominic Breazeale and set up the Ortiz rematch.

Wilder vs. Ortiz viewing information

Date: Nov. 23 | Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena — Las Vegas, Nevada

Start time: 9 p.m. ET

TV: Fox PPV ($74.99)

Live stream: FoxSports.com

Ortiz rebounded from the loss to Wilder by knocking out Razvan Cojanu and Travis Kauffman before decisioning Christian Hammer and earning yet another crack at the Wilder and the WBC championship. At 40 years old, Ortiz likely only has a few chances left in his career to fight for a world championship.

Both men bring serious punching power to the table, though Wilder’s knockout ability ranks among the elite all time at heavyweight. Ortiz showed in the first clash that he is capable of handling, and potentially even defeating Wilder, making this no easy task for Wilder to get to the anticipated Fury rematch.

Wilder vs Ortiz 2

Wilder vs Ortiz 2 Today Match Live Stream

Wilder vs Ortiz 2 : Fight Card Boxing Heavyweight World Champ Deontay Wilder defends his WBC belt in a highly-anticipated title rematch against Cuban contender Luis Ortiz on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View.

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Wilder vs Ortiz 2 : Fight Card Boxing Heavyweight World Champ Deontay Wilder defends his WBC belt in a highly-anticipated title rematch against Cuban contender Luis Ortiz on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View.

Wilder vs Ortiz 2 Live

On Saturday, WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder steps into the ring with Luis Ortiz for the second time. The two destructive punchers first met in March 2018 with Wilder scoring a 10th round knockout after some tremendous action. Now, they meet again with another huge rematch for Wilder hanging in the balance.

Should Wilder (41-0-1, 40 KOs) manage to get past Ortiz (31-1, 26 KOs) a second time, a planned February bout with Tyson Fury would be next up for the champ. Fury and Wilder battled to a draw last December and both men have spent time busying themselves with other opponents ahead of the big-money rematch.

Wilder fought Fury in their initial bout after his first defeat of Ortiz. After the draw, Wilder took just one round to knock out Dominic Breazeale and set up the Ortiz rematch.

Wilder vs. Ortiz viewing information

Date: Nov. 23 | Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena — Las Vegas, Nevada

Start time: 9 p.m. ET

TV: Fox PPV ($74.99)

Live stream: FoxSports.com

Ortiz rebounded from the loss to Wilder by knocking out Razvan Cojanu and Travis Kauffman before decisioning Christian Hammer and earning yet another crack at the Wilder and the WBC championship. At 40 years old, Ortiz likely only has a few chances left in his career to fight for a world championship.

Both men bring serious punching power to the table, though Wilder’s knockout ability ranks among the elite all time at heavyweight. Ortiz showed in the first clash that he is capable of handling, and potentially even defeating Wilder, making this no easy task for Wilder to get to the anticipated Fury rematch.

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Wilder vs Ortiz 2 : Fight Card Boxing Heavyweight World Champ Deontay Wilder defends his WBC belt in a highly-anticipated title rematch against Cuban contender Luis Ortiz on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View.

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Wilder vs Ortiz : Live Stream Fight Card Boxing Heavyweight World Champ Deontay Wilder defends his WBC belt in a highly-anticipated title rematch against Cuban contender Luis Ortiz on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View.

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On Saturday, WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder steps into the ring with Luis Ortiz for the second time. The two destructive punchers first met in March 2018 with Wilder scoring a 10th round knockout after some tremendous action. Now, they meet again with another huge rematch for Wilder hanging in the balance.

Should Wilder (41-0-1, 40 KOs) manage to get past Ortiz (31-1, 26 KOs) a second time, a planned February bout with Tyson Fury would be next up for the champ. Fury and Wilder battled to a draw last December and both men have spent time busying themselves with other opponents ahead of the big-money rematch.

Wilder fought Fury in their initial bout after his first defeat of Ortiz. After the draw, Wilder took just one round to knock out Dominic Breazeale and set up the Ortiz rematch.

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Date: Nov. 23 | Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena — Las Vegas, Nevada

Start time: 9 p.m. ET

TV: Fox PPV ($74.99)

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Ortiz rebounded from the loss to Wilder by knocking out Razvan Cojanu and Travis Kauffman before decisioning Christian Hammer and earning yet another crack at the Wilder and the WBC championship. At 40 years old, Ortiz likely only has a few chances left in his career to fight for a world championship.

Both men bring serious punching power to the table, though Wilder’s knockout ability ranks among the elite all time at heavyweight. Ortiz showed in the first clash that he is capable of handling, and potentially even defeating Wilder, making this no easy task for Wilder to get to the anticipated Fury rematch.

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Wilder vs Ortiz 2 : Fight Card Boxing Heavyweight World Champ Deontay Wilder defends his WBC belt in a highly-anticipated title rematch against Cuban contender Luis Ortiz on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View.

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Wilder vs Ortiz 2, Watch Wilder vs Ortiz 2 Live Stream Full Fight Boxing Rematch WBC Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder will face Luis Ortiz in a highly anticipated rematch on Saturday night at the Barclays Center.

When the opening bell rings for the Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz rematch on Saturday night, not many people believe Ortiz can pull off the upset. But Ortiz, of course, should not be taken lightly.

After all, he had Wilder in massive trouble in their first fight last year, and though he’s 40 years old, he still has plenty of power and technical skills. He also looks to be in tremendous shape, and he weighed in at 236.5 pounds, his lowest weight in four years (Wilder was 219.5).

But Wilder has also shown improvement in the past 20 months, and he continues to be confident that he’s the best heavyweight in the world.

“This is a great card with great champions and fighters up here,” Wilder said. “What more could you ask for?”

There are plenty of reasons why you should watch Wilder vs. Ortiz on Fox’s PPV telecast on Saturday night. Here are three of them.

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1) Ortiz is hungering for redemption: It bothers Ortiz that he missed an opportunity to end the first fight in the seventh round and that he ended up on the canvas in the 10th with the referee signaling that the bout was over. So, Ortiz has come to town in what appears to be great shape and with a solid gameplan. “I think the best thing that was going our way was him boxing—getting behind a good jab, and just beating him to the punch and not allowing Wilder to just get crazy with his antics and come out swinging wailing away,” Ortiz’s trainer Herman Caicedo said, referring to their first meeting. “So I think just being a little bit better on the technical side and on the basics.” But Wilder’s occasional lack of technical skills will be dangerous. Said Caicedo: “It’s very difficult with [Wilder] sometimes because he’ll spin around and hit you with a back fist so it’s like you never know what could happen.”

2) Wilder is a better boxer than you think: No, he’ll never have the technical skills of Joe Louis, or, if you need a modern example, Tyson Fury. But Wilder has better boxing prowess than you might think. After all, look at how well he unleashes his jab.

On the Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz II weigh-ins, Nery came in at 119 pounds, one pound over the bantamweight limit of 118 pounds. That fight was supposed to kick off the pay-per-view event from Las Vegas.

After being given an hour by the Nevada State Athletic Commission to shed the extra pound, Nery elected to try and negotiate a deal to give Rodriguez more money to keep the fight on. That deal would have included a rehydration clause that wouldn’t limited how much Nery could gain by the next morning. Instead, Rodriguez’s team refused the deal and so the bout was ultimately scrapped.

This isn’t the first time that Nery has missed weight as a bantamweight. In 2018, Nery missed weight before a WBC title defense against Shinsuke Yamanaka. Nery was stripped of the WBC title and had to work his way back to get another title opportunity. Heading into the fight, Nery was all but assured a chance to fight Nordine Oubaali for the WBC title, but this latest transgression could potentially put that potential title shot in jeopardy.

In its place is a super featherweight bout between Leduan Barthelemy and Eduardo Ramirez that was originally scheduled to be on the FS2 prelims.

In other Wilder vs. Ortiz weigh-in related news, Julio Ceja also missed weight for his WBA “Regular” super bantamweight title fight against Brandon Figueroa. While Figueroa did make weight, Ceja initially came in at 126.5 pounds, which isn’t over the super bantamweight limit of 122 pounds, he was over the featherweight limit of 126 pounds.
Undefeated Wilder wants to crown an undisputed champion in 2020 and exclusively told Sky Sports: “I prefer Ruiz Jr to win because we’re in the same stable. If he wins, we have the opportunity to unify the division. We finally have the opportunity to have one champion, one face, one name.

“If Joshua wins, I don’t think that’s going to be. He has stated that he has no interest in me.
“I really believe Andy will do it again. A lot of red flags have alerted me. If that same mindset and momentum go into the second fight, Ruiz Jr will win easily.

“I want a unification. The heavyweight division is too small to have so many champions. I understand that in the lower weight classes. But the heavyweight division is all about the big boys, all about the power. This is a special division.

“They say: ‘wherever the heavyweight division goes, so does the sport of boxing’.

“I believe that, and that’s why we need one champion.

“If I have another fighter that is willing to put his belt on the line with mine, then that’s what I want.”

Wilder came through a difficult seventh round to knock out Ortiz in their first fight last year. Victory in this weekend’s rematch is expected to set up a second fight with Tyson Fury in 2020, after they first battled to a draw.

“I’m strong-willed – I speak it, believe it, receive it,” Wilder said. “The law of attraction – what you think, what you speak will come to you. When you understand this law and how it works, you won’t doubt yourself.

“I want to give people the best fights possible and that’s why I’m going in again with Luis Ortiz. I’m risking millions [of pounds]. I’m risking everything to fight a dangerous guy in Luis Ortiz. That tells you my demeanour, my character, what I’m trying to do, and where I’m trying to go.”