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Deontay Leshun Wilder (born October 22, 1985) is an American professional boxer. He has held the WBC heavyweight title since 2015, and in doing so became the first American world heavyweight champion in nine years, which was the longest period of time in boxing history without an American heavyweight champion. As an amateur he won a bronze medal in the heavyweight division at the 2008 Olympics. This led to his nickname of "The Bronze Bomber", which Wilder coined after Joe Louis, who was also from Alabama and was known by the nickname of "The Brown Bomber".
 
Wilder is known for having finished all but one of his fights inside the distance; his knockout-to-win ratio is currently 97.3%, with 18 knockouts in the first round. As of April 2017 he is ranked as the world's third best heavyweight by The Ring magazine and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, and fourth by BoxRec.
 
Amateur career
Wilder started boxing in October 2005 when he entered Skyy Boxing Gym in Northport, Alabama and began training under Jay Deas. Wilder was 19 at that time.
 
By 2007 he upset the favorites to win both the National Golden Gloves and the US championships at 201 lb (91 kg).
 
At the Golden Gloves he defeated highly touted cadet world champion Isiah Thomas - a southpaw from Detroit - and David Thompson, of Brooklyn, N.Y. in the finals. At the U.S. championship he defeated Quantis Graves and won the final 31-15 over southpaw James Zimmerman of San Jose, Calif.
 
At the Olympic trials he beat Graves twice more and won the Olympic trials in only 21 bouts. Early in 2008 he scored a career-best win by edging out World Gold medalist and future Olympic champion Rakhim Chakhiyev in Russia. He qualified for the Olympics by beating Deivis Julo 6:5 Jorge Quinones from Ecuador on double countback and Brazilian Rafael Lima 6:5 at the qualifier.
 
Wilder then competed at heavyweight in the 2008 Olympics, defeating Abdelaziz Touilbini of Algeria and Mohamed Arjaoui of Morocco before losing to Clemente Russo of Italy in the semi final to earn a bronze medal.
 
Wilder had an approximate amateur record of 30-5.
 
Professional career
Early career
Wilder made his debut at the age of 23 on November 15, 2008 at the Vanderbilt University Memorial Gymnasium in Nashville, Tennessee. He knocked out Ethan Cox in the second round. Cox was knocked down three times in the second round before the fight was eventually stopped. Wilder fought seven times in 2009, winning all the fights in round 1. By October 2012, Wilder racked up an impressive 25 fight win streak, winning all by knockout and all within four rounds. Some notable stoppages included former WBA heavyweight title challenger Owen Beck (27-20, 20 KOs), former WBO light heavyweight title challenger DeAndrey Abron (15-6, 10 KOs) and former WBO heavyweight challenger Damon Reed (46-15, 32 KOs).
 
 
 
 
 
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Fights Boxing DVD 1
Deontay Wilder vs Manswell 
Deontay Wilder vs McCreary
Deontay Wilder vs Price
 
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Deontay Wilder 11 Career Boxing Fights On 7 DVDs With  Menus
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Fights Boxing DVD 2
Deontay Wilder vs Liakhovich
Deontay Wilder vs Firtha
Deontay Wilder vs Scott
Deontay Wilder vs Gavern
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Deontay Wilder vs All Access: Stiverne
Deontay Wilder vs Stiverne
 
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Deontay Wilder vs All Access: Molina
Deontay Wilder vs Molina
 
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Deontay Wilder: American Heavy
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Deontay Wilder vs Duhaupas
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Deontay Wilder vs Szpilka
Wilder won his first title in professional boxing when he knocked out then unbeaten 37 year old Kelvin Price (13-0, 6 KOs) at the Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California on December 15, 2012. Wilder fought patiently through the first two rounds and mostly measured Price. The fight ended when a right hand from Wilder caught Price on the jaw and sent him back into the ropes and down. He attempted to get to his feet, but struggled which led referee Ray Corona to wave an end to the bout. Wilder claimed the vacant WBC Continental Americas heavyweight title, which he went on to successfully defend twice.
 
Wilder vs Harrison
On April 27, 2013 Wilder knocked out former European heavyweight champion and Olympic gold medalist Audley Harrison (31-6, 23 KOs) in Sheffield, on his UK debut. Harrison was coming into this fight looking to rebuild after winning the prizefighter heavyweight tournament two months prior. Wilder found an opening 49 seconds in the opening round and caught Harrison with abig right hand that rocked him back into the ropes. A follow up barrage from Wilder sent Harrison into the corner, crumpling onto the floor. Harrison used the ropes to get to his feet at the counst of eight, but referee Terry O'Connor waved and end to the bout, The official time of stoppage was 1:22 of the first round. Four days after the fight, Harrison announced his retirement at the age of 41 years.
 
Wilder vs Liakhovich
Wilder knocked out former WBO heavyweight champion Sirahei Liakhovich (25-5, 16 KOs) in the first round on August 9, 2013, the fight was the main event of a Showtime card. The fight took place at Fantasy springs Casino in Indio, California. Liakhovich was fighting for the first time in nearly a year and a half. Wilder caught Liakhovich with a big right hand, while Liakhovich was backed against the ropes, he went down heavily and began twitching. The referee waved an end to the bout without beginning a count. Liakhovich was kept down for some time in the ring, before being helped to a stool. Wilder and Golden Boy Promotions had been in talkes with Dereck Chisora about a potential fight in England, but that fell through after Wilder was arrested in May following a domestic assault in Las Vegas, Nevada.
 
Wilder vs Scott
In February 2014 it was announced that Wilder would fight 33 year old American boxer Malik Scott (36-1-1, 13 KOs) in an eliminator for the WBC heavyweight title. The fight took place on the undercard of Garcia-Herrera at the Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Puerto Rico on March 15. When the fight was first announced, Wilder was #3 in the WBC ratings while Scott was #26. By the time the fight took place, Wilder was still ranked #3 and Scott was ranked #23. Wilder knocked out Scott at 1:36 of the first round. Wilder started off with slow jabs and the knockout blow appeared to be a staight right hand, which many believe didn't connect clearly. There was an instant reaction from the crowd and on social media regarding how the fight ended. Scott was said to be unhappy about reports that he took a dive and congratulated Wilder. This set Wilder up as mandatory challenger for the WBC heavyweight title held by new champion Bermane Stiverne, who had defeated Chris Arreola for the title vacated by the retiring Vitali Klitschko.
 
In August 2014, Wilder fought journeyman and former Prizefighter finalist Jason Gavern (25-16-4,  11 KOs) in a 10 round bout. The fight was to take place at the StubHub center in Carson, California on the undercard of the IBF welterweight fight between Shawn Porter and Kell Brook fight. Gavern was knocked down in rounds three and four. His corner threw in the towel after round four giving Wilder another stoppage victory in as many fights.