Deontay Wilder thinks that he is deserving of becoming the undisputed heavyweight champion.
Wilder is due once he returns to the ring at a rematch with Luis Ortiz in Las Vegas on November 23 to create the 10th defence of his WBC crown.
The American Idol specialist, that fell and ceased Ortiz in 10 rounds after surviving a stunning fightback by the Cuban this past year, also includes plans to confront Tyson Fury at a fight in February.
But with doubts within the Fury rematch, Wilder has set his sights holding all four straps, which will take him to retain his title against Ortiz and conquer the winner of Anthony Joshua-Andy Ruiz Jr..
Joshua suffered his first defeat in a massive upset when he had been floored four times and stopped seven rounds by Ruiz in June, but the Briton has a opportunity to recover his IBF, WBA and WBO titles once they meet again on December 7, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
There will be one champion, one face, one name. He goes by the name of Deontay Wilder, the undefeated 33-year-old told Sky Sports in a private interview.
If all goes well. It aint just up to me. But I talk with confidence. I know all things will come to strategy. Its up to other individuals to receive their tasks done but I believe , when they perform, the planet will see one of the biggest fights in their lives.
What other guy deserved it ? I am a leader, a warrior, a ruler. I have electricity in my tongue. Matters come to pass when I talk.
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