Tag Archives: Deontay Wilder

Will Heavyweight Hopeful Mike Coffie Percolate Into the Next Big Thing?

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – If you’re traveling by car, the listed distance between Brooklyn, N.Y., and this quintessential Rust Belt city of 75,000 nestled

WBO Heavyweight Champ Joseph Parker is Good, Just Not Good Enough

Call him the odd man out or maybe even the heavyweight division’s Rodney Dangerfield, because WBO title holder Joseph Parker 24-0

Why Joshua Will Beat Wilder Regardless of Where They Fight

Both fighters are well built and always look fit, one stands 6-6 and the other 6-7 and both have stopped […]

“Big Baby” Lost Momentum in His Time to Shine

“Big Baby” Lost Momentum in His Time to Shine
He weighed a svelte 283 pounds, 15 pounds less than he did for his last televised fight. And that led many

Deontay Wilder’s Hall of Shame

Deontay Wilder’s Hall of Shame
This is a look at the title opposition of one Deontay Wilder, America’s great heavyweight hope and currently ranked number

Beating Wach Convincingly Would Be “Big Baby’s” Coming Out Party

Who can take someone nicknamed “Big Baby” all that serious, especially if he’s a fighter? I’ll tell you who, the […]

Monday Morning Cornermen (Nov. 6 edition)

In this new section of The Sweet Science, we step back and take a critical look at the fights that […]

The Hauser Report: Wilder-Stiverne and More from Barclays Center

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder (now 39-0, 38 KOs) has one-punch knockout power. How much power is unclear since, for […]

Sunday Report Card: The Ultimate Weekend Wrap-Up (Nov. 5 edition)

Brooklyn, NY: Deontay Wilder TKO 1 Bermane Stiverne, WBC heavyweight title
It could be hard to write a report on a fight that took

Wilder and Joshua Do Their Part…..Now “Let’s Go Champs!”

Deontay was ornery, uptight and focused on beating Stiverne by stoppage this time with the shadow of IBF/WBA champ Anthony Joshua hovering