Deontay Wilder believes it is his destiny to be undisputed champion

Deontay Wilder thinks that he is deserving of getting the heavyweight champion.
Wilder is due to create the defence of his WBC crown once he returns to the ring in a rematch.
The American infantry specialist, who dropped and ceased Ortiz at 10 rounds this past year after living a dramatic fightback from the Cuban in their thrilling clash, also includes plans to confront Tyson Fury at a struggle in February.
But with doubts within the Fury rematch, Wilder has set his sights holding all four belts, which would require him to keep his title against Ortiz and conquer the winner of Anthony Joshua-Andy Ruiz Jr..
Joshua suffered his first defeat in a massive upset when he had been floored four occasions and stopped seven rounds by Ruiz in June, but the Briton has a opportunity to regain his IBF, WBA and WBO titles once they meet again on December 7, now live on Sky Sports Box Office.
There will be one champion, 1 face, 1 name. He goes by the title of Deontay Wilder, the undefeated 33-year-old told Sky Sports in a private interview.
If all goes well. It ai not just around me. But I talk with confidence. I understand everything will come to strategy. I feel that, when they perform, the entire world is going to see one of the fights in their lives although it is up to people to receive their jobs done.
What other man deserved it ? Im a leader, a warrior, a ruler. I have power in my tongue. Things come to pass once I speak.

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