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Deontay Wilder’s upcoming WBC World heavyweight title defence is still happening on November 4th after Luis Ortiz got replaced by mandatory challenger Bermaine Stiverne.

The Champion isn’t looking past Stiverne but is confident in himself and expects a knockout victory. Should he get the win, then the American heavyweight will officially go after Anthony Joshua.

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