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'I'm a different species': Deontay Wilder buoyant after first-round KO of Dominic Breazeale

Deontay Wilder needed all of 137 seconds to knockout mandatory challenger Dominic Breazeale in the ninth successful defence of his WBC heavyweight title.
His victory at the Barclays Center comes less than six months after a white-knuckle split draw with Tyson Fury.
Speaking after the fight, the American addressed the potential super-fights in the pipeline for the newly revitalised heavyweight division, including a rematch with Fury and a four-belt unification bout with Anthony Joshua, assuring fans they were imminent.

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    Kee-pyor Myndopen

    I picked a first or second round knock out

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    "I'm one of a kind"
    Poor guy, his specie is endangered

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    Wilders right hand is now #1 on Interpol’s most wanted list

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    Fury got robbed

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    Ye ur a duck 🦆, duck squad. Quack quack

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