Date: 4th January 2015 at 1:50pm
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As the next big American fighter prepares for his world title chance.

With Deontay Wilder?s challenge for the WBC heavyweight title of the world, now just less than two weeks away, a former opponent of the big-hitting unbeaten American heavyweight has given his verdict on the outcome of the bout.

Malik Scott, who was knocked out by Deontay last April and is one of the thirty-two opponents the #1 WBC contender has battered into early submission in a record that reads 32-0 and all by knockout, reckons that Deontay will land the belt with Scott quoted a shaving remarked about the forthcoming battle,

?I got the fight 70-30 for Wilder.?

?Reason I say that is because I know Stiverne and his trainer and they have been working but Stiverne doesn?t deal with rangy guys good enough for me to think he?s going to beat Deontay; someone who?s 6?7? who fights tall. He?s got the right hand equalizer. Unfortunately that?s going to be too much for Stiverne.?

And here at Vital Boxing we?re not going to argue with that verdict, are you?