Deontay likes to have fun after beating the crap out of someone.
Deontay Wilder stayed unbeaten with a successful WBC title defense tonight against Johann Duhaupas.
Dominic Breazeale remains undefeated, but the words "exposed" and "robbery" are probably going to be thrown around quite a bit.
Deontay Wilder takes on Johann Duhaupas tonight in a PBC on NBC main event.
Dominic Breazeale was just one of the many American failures at London 2012, but now he's a rising pro prospect in the heavyweight division, set to be featured on NBC this Saturday night.
Johann Duhaupas is not considered a real heavyweight contender, but is there more than meets the eye for Deontay Wilder's next opponent?
It's a buy week for boxing across the globe, with televised world title fights in the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, and Mexico.
Omar Figueroa continues to be viciously attacked by the injury bug.
Deontay Wilder is taking on an opponent who doesn't seem to be a serious contender, but Malik Scott knows both men, and says Duhaupas can't be overlooked.
Finally, the summer is coming to an end. That's bad news for most people, but always good news for fight fans.