What is next for WBC World Heavyweight Champion Deontay "The Bronze Bomber" Wilder?

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  1. Frank23

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    WBC World Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder 33-0 (32 KO's), 29, a chiseled 6-foot-7 fighter from Tuscaloosa, Ala., rates among the best young heavyweights in the world. He is coming off a unanimous decision victory over former heavyweight titlist Bermane Stiverne.

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    What is next for him?
     
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    Wilder vs Fury

    Wilder vs Tony Thompson

    Wilder vs Arreola

    Also he should try to jump on the Mythical Pac and Money fight card to give the world maximum exposure to the first American HW champ in years
     
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    Jennings probably will decide to fight Wilder instead of Wlad.
     
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    I like this idea.
     
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    Also someone mentioned NBC in the other thread and thst would also give him good media exposure
     
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    i said nbc on nbc card no way u put this kid near wlad build him up to be a star

    but i wanna see wilder vs fury in manchester stadium

    or in vegas bring the crazy irish crowd

    make sure to sign tht automatic rematch clause i was impressed with some stuff wilder did but idk how but my confidence actually dropped on him
     
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    Hell yeah magic giving some love
     
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    How about Andy Ruiz Jr. ?
     
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    Bob Arum and Al Haymon don't mix in this situation. Ruiz is a Top Rank fighter, if I'm not mistaken. Jennings or Fury seems more likely.
     
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    That Fatty needs a salad
     
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    Don't buy into Fatty
     
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    I don't blame Bryant for cashing in. He'll still be a top HW when Wlad retires.

    If Fury's uncle can stay healthy I'd love to see what he can offer Wilder. I'd order that on PPV actually
     
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    Imagine if Jennings beats Wlad- a fight versus Deontay could be huge. I'd imagine Wlad has it written into his contract that he gets immediate rematch, and then if that fails- Vitali probably has the option to comes out of retirement again.
     
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    good for him man. great to have an american hw champ again
     
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    That would be a bigger upset that when Brewster and Sanders KOed Wlad since those 2 had a good number of KOs on their record. If Jennings beats him it will be a straight boxing clinic by him
     

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