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Deontay Wilder is done waiting.

He’s been out of the ring since February and while there has been numerous speculations and one confirmed opponent in Luis Ortiz who eventually had to pull out, he’s finally fighting somebody on November 4th.

Mandatory challenger Bermane Stiverne and defending WBC World heavyweight champion Wilder are definitely not on good terms. ‘The Bronze Bomber’ is looking to give his mandatory a beating so bad that Stiverne’s will eventually throw in the towel.

“I’m the realest champion business. They better make sure they have that white flag, that white towel ready. Because every punch is gonna be for bad intentions…bad intentions. There’s been so much talk and I dislike sore losers. You have no reason to be angry at me. He’s mad at me for the wrong reasons. I will give him the right reasons come November 4th. It’s going to be bad for him. This is not to hype the fight. This is how I really feel,” commented Wilder in an interview with Thaboxingvoice.

It’s expected that Wilder will get the win against his mandatory on November 4th. After that, it’s no secret what Wilder wants next.

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