Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz II: Date, Odds, Stats, Prediction

Deontay Wilder (The Bronze Bomber) defends his WBC heavyweight belt against Luis Ortiz (King Kong). Let's take a look at the stats, odds of winning, and the prediction for this fight.

34
Nov 15, 2008
41-0-1
137
95.2%
201 cm
211 cm
10 cm
Orthodox
Deontay Wilder
189 days
1
Age
Debut
Record
Rounds
KOpct
Height
Reach
apeIndex
Stance
Lay Off
winStreak
40
Feb 16, 2010
31-1
155
85.3%
193 cm
198 cm
5 cm
Southpaw
Deontay Wilder
266 days
3
WBC
HV
w1
d9
WBC
HV
w1
d1
heavyweight
Saturday, 23 Nov 2019
MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, U.S.
v0.1.3-beta 2022-12-05
Deontay Wilder vs. Luis Ortiz II, Nov 23, 2019

Wilder vs. Ortiz Date

Deontay Wilder and Luis Ortiz fought again in a rematch on 23 November, 2019. Their first fight took place on 3 March, 2018. Wilder was 32 years old with a record of 39 wins and 0 loss; Ortiz was 38 years old with a record of 28 wins and 0 loss. Wilder defeated Ortiz via 10th round TKO. It had been 1 year and 8 months since this fight.

On the day of the fight, Wilder was 34 years and 1 month old, and Ortiz was 40 years and 7 months old.

Since their last fight, Wilder had fought 2 times with 1 win (knock out win), Ortiz had fought 3 times, with 3 wins (2 knock out wins).

Wilder vs. Ortiz Stats

Deontay Wilder is 201 cm tall with a reach of 211 cm. He fights out of the orthodox stance and has an ape-index of 10 cm. He has a 95.2% KO rate.

Luis Ortiz is 193 cm tall with a reach of 198 cm. He fights out of the southpaw stance and has an ape-index of 5 cm. He has a 85.3% KO rate.

Wilder vs. Ortiz Odds

The winning odds is 62-38 in favor of Deontay Wilder. Based on these numbers, our AI makes the following prediction.

It is going to be hard for Luis Ortiz to win this one. Deontay Wilder is the likely winner of the fight.

Wilder vs. Ortiz Result

Deontay Wilder deafeated Luis Ortiz via 7th round KO to retain the WBC heavyweight title. Ortiz' 3 fight win streak comes to an end, and Wilder advances his win streak to 2. Wilder is now 42-0-1, and Ortiz 31-2.

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