Luis Ortiz believes Tyson Fury will endure the identical destiny as him and get knocked out by Deontay Wilder when the pair meet for a second time.
‘King Kong’ was stopped within the seventh spherical by Wilder on Saturday, with the ‘Bronze Bomber’ delivering a trademark proper hand on the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Regardless of a cultured and technically sound efficiency, the veteran Cuban noticed the combat immediately waved off by referee Kenny Bayless as Wilder made the tenth defence of his WBC heavyweight crown.
The American has focused a rematch with Tyson Fury, earlier than assembly both Anthony Joshua or Andy Ruiz Jr later in 2020 to crown an undisputed champion.
Fury was controversially denied the possibility to depart Los Angeles with the inexperienced and gold belt after a shocking efficiency away from dwelling in December 2018.
And regardless of the ‘Gypsy King’ claiming he’ll college Wilder in a rematch, Ortiz believes the Brit may even get smashed by the 34-year-old.
“Me and Fury are two utterly completely different fighters,” the 40-year-old stated throughout a post-fight press convention Saturday night time at MGM Grand.
“I don’t imagine that Wilder most likely will respect Fury in a rematch, and [they] might need the identical final result by knockout victory.”
Ortiz was forward on all three scorecards on the time of the stoppage.
And, regardless of seemingly having his mind scrambled by Wilder’s proper hand, the slick southpaw wished the combat to proceed.
He added: “My solely gripe is, clearly I actually really feel that being a championship combat, it’s a grudge match and the ref most likely might’ve simply let it go on.
“There was eight seconds left, seven seconds left. Let’s see what occurs. [I could] recuperate within the nook. You realize, give me the advantage of the doubt.
“It’s what it’s now, however I’m very upset that didn’t occur as a result of I’m a fighter. I wish to combat. You realize?”