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Even the promise of a hot night with Kim Kardashian can scarcely persuade us to step into the boxing ring with Deontay Wilder. A warrior who savors blood more than pizza and the strength of Thor’s hammer in his punch, a ring encounter with Wilder is galaxies far from a jolly Ibiza vacation.

Of course, the Deontay Wilder Vs Dominic Breazeale fight was well anticipated.

With 49 KOs embroidered to Wilder’s record, Dominic Breazeale knew he would need more than the angels – heavens   sent to rescue Daniel and his three friends from Nebuchadnezzar’s fiery furnace – to stage Deontay Wilder.

But our bravado Breazeale was not dehydrated of courage, and despite Wilder agitating for the addition of a dead body to his records, he stepped bravely into the ring.

Deontay Wilder Vs Dominic Breazeale fight

Where there is a quite a wide margin between bravery and capacity and within 2 minutes, Wilder’s infamous Thor Hammer right hand punch had sent him sprawling to the ground in some of the most embarrassing 1st round KO  ending the Deontay Wilder Vs Dominic Breazeale fight within just 137 seconds!

Such a brutal finish to his ninth defense of the WBC title, Wilder should be at the frontiers in Syria and Afghanistan boxing bomb laden terrorists with his bare hands.

At 6-foot-7 with a 83-inch reach, a well-timed right punch sent Dominic semi unconscious mistaking the canvas for his sofa as he sprawled luxuriously on the ground in reckless abandon.

Deontay Wilder Vs Dominic Breazeale fight

Breazeale was unable to gain his feet and composure upon the referee’s count of 10 as Harvey Dock – the referee – waved off the the Deontay Wilder Vs Dominic Breazeale fight.

“Everything just came out of me tonight,” Wilder basked in proud delight. “I know there was a lot of words and animosity against each other and it just came out tonight. This is what makes boxing so great when you can have so much inside and just overcome.”

Breazeale was less gloomy apparently grateful for coming out with his life intact.

“I think the ref stopped it a little early because I could hear him saying seven and eight, but that’s boxing,” Breazeale said. “He did his job and kept us safe for our next fight. I got on my feet and had my legs under me. It’s the heavyweight division so there’s going to big shots from guys with power.

“This was a situation where [Wilder] landed the big right hand before I did. I thought I was going to come on in the later rounds. I’ll be back and go for the heavyweight title again.”

Well, Anthony Joshua would sweating even in the coldest part of Siberia when he sees this fresh Wilder KO knowing that Deontay Wilder has his daring eyeballs ambitiously fixed on Anthony’s belts.