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DEONTAY WILDER SAYS HE'D BREAK ARREOLA'S NOSE IN 20 PLACES AND STIVERNE WOULD HAVE NO CHANCE AGAINST HIM

By Ben Thompson | March 26, 2014
DEONTAY WILDER SAYS HE'D BREAK ARREOLA'S NOSE IN 20 PLACES AND STIVERNE WOULD HAVE NO CHANCE AGAINST HIM

"You know I gotta crash the party. Ain't no party without Deontay Wilder. I got to crash that party! I gotta put pressure on somebody's ass that's gonna win and we will see who wants to win. But either one of those guys, it doesn't matter to me. Their styles are both tailored made for mine," stated undefeated heavyweight knockout artist Deontay Wilder, who is looking forward to facing the winner of the upcoming May 10 WBC heavyweight title clash between top contenders Cris Arreola and Bermane Stiverne. According to Wilder, regardless of who wins that bout, neither man will be able to stand in his way of capturing the WBC heavyweight title.

"Both styles are made for me. Arreola leans in when he punches. I already have an advantage over him with the long arms and being tall, but I love a pressure fighter. That is something that I love because I got tricks and trades for a pressure fighter, so if he tries to walk in...he said he broke his nose in 5 different places. Well, I'm gonna break it in 20 different places. Believe that," Wilder explained during a recent interview with FightHype's Michelle Rosado. "The thing with Stiverne is, being a smaller guy, he's a counter puncher. He don't pressure nobody. That is every big man's dream. If he ever fought a tall guy with athletics and skills like me, he has no chance. They say every fighter has a puncher's chance. He has no chance. It is gonna be great."

Wilder added, "The heavyweight division is back and I'm just glad to be a part of it, to be a part of the movement. I just want to bring the best fights to the heavyweight division and right now, we got the best fights going on."

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