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Deontay Wilder knew he needed to make a statement against Bermane Stiverne. The WBC World heavyweight champion was well aware of Anthony Joshua’s recent TKO victory over Carlos Takam in Cardiff and on Saturday it was Wilder’s turn to show what he can do.

As the bell rung it was clear that Stiverne was out of shape and about three minutes later he was knocked out unconscious face down, lights out on the ground.

It was Wilder’s night and he took total advantage of it. Moments after his victory, ‘The Bronze Bomber’ knew he needed to make the most out of the opportunity while the whole boxing world was watching.

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