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USA: Wilder-Ortiz talk the talk pre-title fight rematch

1 21.11.2019 Инфо

M/S Heavyweight boxers Deontay Wilder and Luis Ortiz posing for photos, Las Vegas
W/S Wilder and Ortiz go face-to-face
M/S People watching event
W/S Boxers on stage
W/S Wilder approaching starts
W/S People watching event
SOT, Deontay Wilder, US heavyweight boxer: "And my job is to go in and to decide a fight and leave it with a dramatic knockout and that's what I've been doing all my whole career and that's what I plan to continue to do."
W/S Speakers on stage *CUTAWAY*
SOT, Deontay Wilder, US heavyweight boxer: "As I always say, these guys have to be perfect for 12 rounds. I only have to be perfect for two seconds and in the blink of an eye: bam baby, goodnight. So I can't wait guys. You're in for a treat. This is going to be an amazing card, an amazing fight and I can't wait baby. Bomb squad."
W/ Ortiz steps on stage *CUTAWAY*
SOT, Luis Ortiz, Cuban heavyweight boxer (Spanish): "There's nothing left to say. He won't be left standing or it will be me."
W/S People watching event *CUTAWAY*
SOT, Luis Ortiz, Cuban heavyweight boxer (Spanish): "[I am not going to retire] It's not my last opportunity, like Deontay says. That this could be my last one and so on. I will retire when I want and why I say."
W/S Wilder and Ortiz posing for photo
W/S Wilder and Ortiz on stage
SCRIPT
Heavyweights Deontay Wilder and Luis Ortiz were bullish about the chances in this weekend rematch. They were speaking at a promotional event in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
At their previous fight in Brooklyn, Wilder stopped Ortiz in the tenth round by TKO, marking the Cuban's first, and only, professional defeat.
"These guys have to be perfect for 12 rounds. I only have to be perfect for two seconds and in the blink of an eye: bam baby, goodnight," said the world's longest-reigning champion Wilder (42-0-1).
For his part, Ortiz rejected speculation that he might retire after the bout.
The pair will go toe-to-toe on Saturday, November 23rd at the MGM, with over a million viewers expected in the US alone.
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