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Deontay Wilder threw down the gauntlet to Britain’s Heavyweight supremo Anthony Joshua in devastating fashion as he smashed Bermane Stiverne to defeat inside the opening round this weekend.

Wilder landed his big right hand early to floor Stiverne heavily, who got to his feet unsteadily only to have ferocious follow up send him to the canvas once more. The end was inevitable and ‘The Bronze Bomber’ finished the job emphatically seconds later to improve his winning record to a very impressive undefeated tally of 39 wins, with 38 ko’s.

EASY WORK. 💣💣💣 #BombZquad #WilderStiverne2

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Stiverne himself being the only man to take Wilder the distance in their first encounter when Wilder with a damaged hand went the full 12 rounds for the only time in his career in January 2015.

This was the perfect counter to a disappointing performance by Anthony Joshua who laboured to impress in beating late substitute Carlos Takam the previous Saturday.

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