Deontay Wilder says it’s his destiny to be undisputed champ despite doubts over Tyson Fury rematch – The Sun

DEONTAY WILDER believes it his destiny to become undisputed heavyweight champion as he sets his sights on claiming all four crowns.

The WBC title holder defends his belt for the tenth time on November 23 in a rematch against Luis Ortiz, who he knocked out last year.

The 33-year-old then plans to battle Tyson Fury for a second time on February 22 following their draw in December 2018.

However, doubts remain over whether that clash will take place due to the cuts suffered by the Gypsy King in his victory over Otto Wallin in September.

And that has led Wilder to switch his attention to trying to land a unification match against the winner of Andy Ruiz Jr and Anthony Joshua, who battle again on December 7.

Speaking to Sky Sports, the Bronze Bomber said: “There will be one champion, one face, one name.

“He goes by the name of Deontay Wilder.”

He continued: “If all goes well. It ain't just up to me. But I speak with confidence. I know all things will come to plan.

“It's up to other people to get their jobs done but I believe that, when they do, the world is going to see one of the biggest fights of their lives.

“What other man deserved it than I?

“I am a leader, a king, a ruler. I have power in my tongue. Things come to pass when I speak.”

Meanwhile Fury looks set to climb back between the ropes later this month – albeit in a wrestling ring.

The Gypsy King captured worldwide headlines with a shock confrontation with WWE superstar Braun Strowman on SmackDown last Friday.

And he followed that up by coming to blows with the Monster Among Men on Monday Night Raw.

Now he is believed to be heading to Saudi Arabia on October 31 to battle Strowman at Crown Jewel on October 31.

Source: Read Full Article