Deontay Wilder comes back to his overwhelming best with one-round knockout of obligatory challenger Dominic Breazeale in New York

Deontay Wilder impacted out Dominic Breazeale in one round to hold his WBC heavyweight crown at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn in the early long stretches of Sunday morning.

More out of control handled an enormous right hand to stop Breazeale with his twentieth first-round KO and keep alive a potential undisputed unification standoff with three-belt champion Anthony Joshua.

“The power is genuine, it’s something that I don’t need to truly prepare for,” said Wilder, who is persuaded a standoff with Joshua will occur.

“I figure it will occur. It will occur. I have faith in the entirety of my heart it will occur.”

Breazeale began the front foot and endeavored to back up Wilder yet the hero reacted via getting a crunching mix.

In any case, the overwhelming hitting knockout master from Tuscaloosa set up Breazeale with a short left snare before getting an enormous appropriate to send him banging to the canvas.

Dominic Breazeale lies on the canvas in the wake of being thumped out by Deontay Wilder

Breazeale neglected to make it to his feet so as to beat the check and ref Harvey Dock waved off the battle following two minutes and 17 seconds.

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