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“The second time, there’s less feeling. The third time, you don’t even need a discussion.

“The cycle repeats itself so much that I don’t have a feeling towards it.”

Deontay Wilder also touched on his last performance in the ring. Wilder was faced with undoubtedly the toughest opponent he had faced thus far in the ring in the form of seasoned Cuban southpaw, Luis Ortiz.

Wilder overcame some of the toughest moments of his career when he was assaulted by a barrage of blows in the seventh round of that fight.

‘The Bronze Bomber’ recovered and composed himself to secure a stoppage of the previously undefeated Cuban in the tenth round.

There’s so many things that you can see from an opponent just reading them and you’ll see weakness as you create it there for them;” Wilder said.

“When they start making mistakes, you might record it or whatever until we get to that point and then they’ll start slowing down a little bit.”

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