Wilder has a high reputation as & # 39; he has fought a lot of cabbage & # 39 ;, says Dillian Whyte

Deontay Wilder has a high knockout record because & # 39; he has been fighting a lot of coal & # 39 ;, says Dillian Whyte while he & # 39; lucky & # 39; American strikes

  • Dillian Whyte is not impressed by Deontay Wilder's professional boxing record
  • Wilder defeated Dominic Breazeale in the first round to defend his WBC title
  • The American remains unbeaten and wins 40 of his 42 bouts by knockout
  • Whyte believes his record is only because of his low quality of opponents

Dillian Whyte has taken the professional boxing record of Deontay Wilder apart and says that the heavyweight champion of WBC & # 39; has fought a lot of coal & # 39 ;.

Wilder's first-round knockout from Dominic Breazeale on Saturday confirmed the belief of many that he is the most terrifying knockout artist in the division.

The win means that Wilder has now completed 40 of his 42 opponents, a KO percentage of 95 percent.

Dillian Whyte says Deontay Wilder has benefited from the tough competition in his career

Dillian Whyte says Deontay Wilder has benefited from the tough competition in his career

WILDER & # 39; S RECORD

Fights: 42

Victories:41

Wins by KO: 40

To lose: 0

Draw: 1

However, heavyweight rival Whyte is not impressed.

Writing for talkSPORT, the Brit said: & # 39; On the weekend, many people seemed enthusiastic about Wilder's victory over Dominic Breazeale.

& # 39; But Breazeale is exactly the kind of guy you fight if you try to look good. How on earth can he become number four in the WBC rankings and the mandatory challenger? What has he achieved in his career? He is far from the highest level.

& # 39; He is no one who has had three fights with other nobodies in the last three years and it is a shame that he was obliged.

Wilder (right) knocked Dominic Breazeale out in the first round to defend his WBC title

Wilder (right) knocked Dominic Breazeale out in the first round to defend his WBC title

Wilder (right) knocked Dominic Breazeale out in the first round to defend his WBC title

& # 39; Neither him nor Bermane Stiverne earned their status, but were chosen by Wilder as the icing on the cake as the only two mandataries he fought in four and a half years. He is supposed to have at least one every year.

& # 39; Stiverne was 40 years old and completely out of shape, after only three years of fighting a companion, because he lost Wilder's title.

& # 39; What a joke! Wilder was lucky. The WBC took care of him because he is their champion.

& # 39; He has a high KO record in his professional career, but he has fought a lot of coal. & # 39;

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