Wilder Gives Breazeale 1-3 Rounds Against Him
Heading into 2019, Deontay Wilder has one opponent on his mind in Tyson Fury, but when asked about the mandatory challenger to his WBC title, Dominic Breazeale, the champion seemed nonplussed.
“I really don’t think nothing of Dominic Breazeale,” said Wilder during an interview with BoxingScene.com. “I don’t even rate him. He’s an average fighter at best. I give him one-to-three rounds with me, but he don’t last long.”
“Dominic Breazeale’s got a corny attitude, a corny swag, and nobody believes in him or anything that he says,” Wilder said of the title challenger. “He tries to come up with a way of talking himself up and hyping up a fight with me, but he ain’t even good at that. He’s one of those guys that just talk and talk but he can’t back up what he talks.”
“Dominic would be very easy work for me. I see that as a one- to three-round fight. That fight could be a first-round knockout, but definitely three rounds or less, because he’s too slow, and when I land a punch against him, he’s going to go down, no question about it. Trust me on that.”
Initial Report: Boxing Scene