Wilder to defend title against Ortiz on March 3


He will be making the sixth defence of his title having in November stopped Bermane Stiverne when a match-up with Ortiz was cancelled after the Cuban, 38, tested positive for banned substances in a drugs test.

November's original fight was postponed after Ortiz failed a drug test.

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Following his suspension, Ortiz was back in the ring on December 8 and needed just two rounds to defeat Daniel Martz. "I think you're one of the best heavyweights in the world and I want to prove that I am the best".

"I'm always a man of my word".

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He will now have his first shot at a world title on March 3 but Wilder will be the favourite as he plots his path to a unification bout against Joshua. Ortiz is unsafe and talented enough to not only threaten Wilder's hope of making a monster purse against Joshua, but a victory over him could silence the many critics who point to the lack of quality opposition on Wilder's resume.

Wilder returns to Barclays Center after recently scoring a sensational first-round knockout of Bermane Stiverne on November 4th, last year and previously delivering a highlight reel knockout of Artur Szpilka in January 2016. It remains the only bout in which Wilder has gone the distance as a broken right hand kept him from recording a knockout.

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