Countdown to Wilder vs Ortiz 2 | PBC on FOX

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  • Published on:  Friday, November 8, 2019
  • Deontay Wilder and Luis Ortiz relive their first fight and look ahead to their upcoming Heavyweight Championship bout.

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  • PBC ON FOX

    PBC ON FOX

     a months ago +210

    Who will win: Deontay Wilder or Luis Ortiz?

  • Mr. Davis

    Mr. Davis

     17 hours ago

    Wilder can finish off AJ the same way but even better fashion..

  • elusive762

    elusive762

     14 days ago

    im sure a 1/4 of wilder punches are illegal - back of the head punches

  • King Chriss

    King Chriss

     14 days ago

    Normal que pierda con esa dieta vegana

  • AreLL Lio

    AreLL Lio

     14 days ago

    Anyone know where Joseph parker is lol

  • enzo

    enzo

     14 days ago

    Sorry for my non-perfect English I am using google translated.In regards to the "voices" on the real age of the great, great Luis Ortiz, from his extraordinary amateur path we can draw objective considerations. First of all let's say that Deontay Wilder's amateur career is a dignified career but not comparable to that of Luis Ortiz: 361 meetings of which 342 were won and 19 defeated. As far as we know, Ortiz was born on March 29th 1979, assuming that he started "officially" to fight at the age of 16, we deduce that he was an amateur in 1995. From the data in our possession we know that Luis Ortiz has left boxing Cuban amateur in 2008 to escape in 2009 to the United States of America where in 2010 he began his professional career so his amateur career lasts about 14 years from 1995 to 2009. According to the chronicles, Luis Ortiz has played 361 meetings as an amateur. , of which 342 won and 19 lost. Attention, these data are considered reliable by all the international press so on these numbers no objection to raise and then we'll see why.
    Now, if his amateur career lasted 14 years, 361: 14 = 25.78. Mathematics tells us that Ortiz would have carried out 25.78 fights a year, in fact 25.78 x 14 years = 360.92 fights. Since it is unthinkable and above all possible that a maximum weight can sustain 25 meetings in a year equal to two meetings every 12 months of the year, here is my thesis on the real age of Ortiz.
    According to my calculations, Luis Ortiz would not have been born in 1979 but in 1970, his amateur career began at 16 years, that is to say in 1986 and ended in 2008 the year before escaping to the United States and therefore his amateur career lasted 22 years from 1986 to 2008. Dividing the total of meetings supported by amateur 361: 22 years = 16 meetings a year. Considering that Luis Ortiz was part of the Cuban boxing national team, the continuous national selections involved on the average more meetings in a single month and his participation in international tournaments are many and recurrent and often required more than one match a month. I find these observations and deductions to be objectively founded.
    For all the above reasons and the calculations I have made, I believe that today, 2019, Mr. Luis Ortiz is around 49 years old, having been born in 197 and not in 1979, as has been shown by many reservations with many reservations.
    Sincerely

  • Charles Davis

    Charles Davis

     14 days ago

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  • Rob Mueller

    Rob Mueller

     14 days ago

    I don't give a damn what anyone says about wilder HE HAS HEART!! HE HAS PERSIVERENCE!! HES got DETERMINATION!! HIS JAB IS IMPROVING RAPIDLY!! AND HE HAS A THUNDEROUS DANGEROUS RIGHT HAND that can show up when he's fatigued and looking spent MAKING HIM NEVER OUT OF A FIGHT!!.
    HE MAY NOT HAVE ALL THE SKILLS OF THE GREATS BUT HES GOT SEVERAL ATTRIBUTES THAT MORE THAN MAKE UP FOR WHAT HE LACKS!!!
    Wilder has single
    handedly ( pun INTENDED) MADE THE HEAVY WEIGHT DIVISION EXCITING AGAIN!!!! HES great for the sport of boxing!!!!!
    & HE WILL BEAT FURY IN THE REMATCH "CONVINCINGLY"!!!!!!

  • Jose Garza

    Jose Garza

     14 days ago

    They should've stopped it they didn't want Wilder to lose ,same with Diaz vs McGregor 2

  • ilovetheuniversalmusicca

    ilovetheuniversalmusicca

     14 days ago

    i predict wilder will win haha kidding

  • Andile Mzobe

    Andile Mzobe

     14 days ago

    14:42 ref should have stopped the fight, Ortiz did not want any of it anymore at that moment.

  • Rick Towers

    Rick Towers

     14 days ago

    Ruiz the destroyer the only one that can withstand wilder and can ko wilder thats coming soon

  • DA TRUTH

    DA TRUTH

     14 days ago +5

    WHO BACK HERE AFTER THE SECOND "KNOCK-OUT"?!?!👀😂 💪🏾💣💥

  • dfcvda

    dfcvda

     14 days ago

    this was HIS Rumble in the Jungle moment.

  • dfcvda

    dfcvda

     14 days ago +1

    one of the best modern day fights, simple.

  • wizzy1love

    wizzy1love

     14 days ago +1

    Should have kept his head in the ring he lost again

  • RIC DA FRIC

    RIC DA FRIC

     14 days ago

    I like the way they skipped right over the controversial opening to the 8th round where the ref stops the fight for no apparent reason other than to give Wilder to get his bearings back.

  • Rasheed mohammed

    Rasheed mohammed

     14 days ago

    Man say what you want, these dudes will never be legendary heavyweight fighters. I am not buying it.

  • The 12 Tribes of Israel!

    The 12 Tribes of Israel!

     14 days ago

    No chin having clown

  • King Rafael

    King Rafael

     14 days ago

    0:15 he can include another set of balls he will steel lose