Breazeale no match for Wilder (VIDEO)

Deontay Wilder (41-0-1) retained his WBC world heavyweight championship after a first round KO win over Dominic Breazeale (20-2-0) last night in Brooklyn, New York.

Everything was over after 2:03 minutes of action when “The Bronze Bomber” landed a massive “one-two” in Breazeale’s head who crashed to the canvas immediately. “Trouble” managed to get up at the count of ten, but the 33-years-old challenger was too gone to continue the fight and referee Harvey Dock waived off the fight.

That was Wilder’s ninth WBC title defense and Breazeale’s second world belt shot.

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