‘Once I get rid of Luis Ortiz, I will get rid of Tyson Fury in February or March’: Deontay Wilder vows to defeat British rival in rematch as he appears at restaurant opening in… West Yorkshire
- Deontay Wilder was speaking to the BBC at a Batley eatery tucking into burgers
- The American heavyweight will fight Tyson Fury in a rematch in early 2020
- Wilder last fought in May with a first-round knockout of Dominic Breazeale
- He gave an interview on Thursday night after tucking into a burger and a pizza
Deontay Wilder has vowed to ‘get rid’ of Luis Ortiz and Tyson Fury in his upcoming fights as he spoke at the unveiling of a new restaurant in West Yorkshire on Thursday night.
The Bronze Bomber delighted hundreds of members of the public by stopping by a Batley eatery and was captured tucking into burgers and a pizza to mark the opening of the restaurant.
The American heavyweight is will fight Fury in a rematch in early 2020 and is ready to beat him but has his attention currently focused on a rematch with Ortiz.
Deontay Wilder spoke at the unveiling of a new restaurant in West Yorkshire on Thursday night
The Bronze Bomber delighted hundreds of members of the public by stopping by the eatery
Fans were quick to get pictures of the Bronze Bomber as he dined with a group of friends
Wilder spoke to the BBC after eating some pizza and a burger at the new establishment
‘Ortiz is definitely happening,’ he said. ‘I am looking forward to fighting him. After I knock him out I will go to Fury, knock him out and then we will go for a unification.’
‘It has been amazing watching all the fighters,’ he said. ‘Moments where it has been memorable and history has been made, and upsets too – the sport has blossomed.
‘As a champion, sitting back watching it has been amazing to see what is going on and the dynamics. Once I get rid of Ortiz, I will get rid of Fury too. We will figure it out but Ortiz comes first.’
Wilder last fought in May with an incredible first-round knockout of Dominic Breazeale to maintain his unbeaten record.
There was plenty of talk about Wilder facing Anthony Joshua but the latter lost his belts to Andy Ruiz and are now working on a rematch in Saudi Arabia.
The American heavyweight will fight Fury in a rematch in early 2020 and is ready to beat him