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Watch: Corona Girls Brilliantly React To Wilder's Vicious Knockout Against Ortiz

Nasir Jabbar

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Watch: Corona Girls Brilliantly React To Wilder's Vicious Knockout Against Ortiz

Ever wondered how ring girls react to a knockout?

Well, over the weekend in the States, cameras captured the reaction of the Corona girls from Brooklyn as Deontay Wilder flattened the previously unbeaten Luis Ortiz.

Before entering the ring, Wilder scared the living shit of the Corona girl while weighing in.

His 'BOMBSQUAD' war cry completely caught her off guard who produced a priceless reaction.

And her reaction was once again the talk of the match-up following fight night.

Wilder made the seventh successful defence of his WBC world title by stopping the dangerous Cuban in the 10th round.

He landed a couple of wild, yet vicious, haymakers on Ortiz who eventually crumbled to the canvas.

The crowd was in awe of Wilder's 40th professional victory including the Corona girl.



After putting away Ortiz, he issued a message to the WBA (super) and IBF world champion, Anthony Joshua.

"My goal is to unify. They're in no rush to fight me because I am the baddest man on the planet," Wilder said.

"I proved that tonight to solidify my position at the top of the food chain.

"Soon there will be one champion, one face, one name - and he go by the name of Deontay Wilder.

Wilder embraces with Ortiz following the fight. Image: PA
Wilder embraces with Ortiz following the fight. Image: PA

The unbeaten Brit is slated to defend his belts against Joseph Parker, who puts his WBO title on the line, at the end of the month, and Wilder talked up the unification fight.

"I am ready right now. I want to unify. I am ready whenever those guys are," he added in the post-fight press conference via Boxing Scene.

Wilder likes the Kiwi's chances of causing a shock, while claiming it's not about 'muscles'.

"I think Parker has a 100 percent chance of winning that fight, he just has to be smart and stick with the game plan.

"In this ring it's not about how much a person weighs, it's not about how big a person's muscles are, it's all about their heart," he added.

The 32-year-old Alabama native will also be present in Cardiff, Wales, to view the match-up in person.

Eddie, make it happen!

Topics: Luis Ortiz, Boxing News, Anthony Joshua, Boxing, Deontay Wilder

Nasir Jabbar
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