Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz 2 | FIGHT CAMP Ep. 3 | PBC ON FOX

  • Published on Nov 19, 2019
  • Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder relives a traumatic and inspirational moment in his life, and takes you inside his training ahead of his title defense. Meanwhile, Luis Ortiz takes a bit of a different approach in preparation.
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    PBC ON FOX  24 days ago +229

    Who will win: Deontay Wilder Cruz or Luis Ortiz?

    • Mystery Hombre
      Mystery Hombre 18 days ago

      @Muhammad Ali Well I mean you were half right...

    • Derrick Lee
      Derrick Lee 18 days ago

      @Mark Sammons
      Yes Sir !

    • Mark Sammons
      Mark Sammons 18 days ago +1

      @Derrick Lee You know. Wilder is the man. Next undisputed champ since Lennox Lewis before 2021.

    • Derrick Lee
      Derrick Lee 18 days ago

      What did I tell the boxing the world?

    • Mark Sammons
      Mark Sammons 18 days ago +1

      @Gaz McLean 💣 squad

  • Bad Habits
    Bad Habits Day ago

    Bless you Deontay, stay with them, stay on the path!

  • MMA Fighter
    MMA Fighter 3 days ago

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  • I Can’t Shoot
    I Can’t Shoot 4 days ago +1

    “Waaaaayyyyyyyy in the waaaater” if you know you know🙏🏽💙

  • atommachine
    atommachine 4 days ago +1

    Super strong intent , Draws up power for the earth, you do not want a Right AJ !!

  •  4 days ago

    Beyond wilder once again fighting a finished fighter

  • Green garden
    Green garden 9 days ago

    0:45 I thought he lost his last finger 🤔😆😷


    Wilder is a boxer, but hes not an intellectual.

  • Vamar Liddell
    Vamar Liddell 12 days ago

    The trainer goofy for coming back after surgery

  • RanMan 7
    RanMan 7 13 days ago +2

    😂🤣😭😅 jay was really hurt after coming out of that body gear,but he was doing everything he could to play it off,he didn't realize the camera was on him.

  • Chris J
    Chris J 14 days ago

    What's the opening melody called?

  • Blue Shirt Guy
    Blue Shirt Guy 15 days ago


  • Blue Shirt Guy
    Blue Shirt Guy 15 days ago

    7:56 😂😂😂😂😂

  • Travis the chimp
    Travis the chimp 15 days ago

    I can believe that as a child, Deontay was saved from drowning by a spiritual whale.. but I have a hard time believing he can hear the coach whisperer, the great Mark Breland, during the fight. Oh well.. carry on Champ.

  • Xin Gaming
    Xin Gaming 16 days ago +1

    Wilder should build a vacation house near that river for meditation :D

  • enzo
    enzo 16 days ago

    Sorry for my non-perfect English I am using google translated.In regards to the "voices" on the real age of the great, great Luis Ortiz, from his extraordinary amateur path we can draw objective considerations. First of all let's say that Deontay Wilder's amateur career is a dignified career but not comparable to that of Luis Ortiz: 361 meetings of which 342 were won and 19 defeated. As far as we know, Ortiz was born on March 29th 1979, assuming that he started "officially" to fight at the age of 16, we deduce that he was an amateur in 1995. From the data in our possession we know that Luis Ortiz has left boxing Cuban amateur in 2008 to escape in 2009 to the United States of America where in 2010 he began his professional career so his amateur career lasts about 14 years from 1995 to 2009. According to the chronicles, Luis Ortiz has played 361 meetings as an amateur. , of which 342 won and 19 lost. Attention, these data are considered reliable by all the international press so on these numbers no objection to raise and then we'll see why.
    Now, if his amateur career lasted 14 years, 361: 14 = 25.78. Mathematics tells us that Ortiz would have carried out 25.78 fights a year, in fact 25.78 x 14 years = 360.92 fights. Since it is unthinkable and above all possible that a maximum weight can sustain 25 meetings in a year equal to two meetings every 12 months of the year, here is my thesis on the real age of Ortiz.
    According to my calculations, Luis Ortiz would not have been born in 1979 but in 1970, his amateur career began at 16 years, that is to say in 1986 and ended in 2008 the year before escaping to the United States and therefore his amateur career lasted 22 years from 1986 to 2008. Dividing the total of meetings supported by amateur 361: 22 years = 16 meetings a year. Considering that Luis Ortiz was part of the Cuban boxing national team, the continuous national selections involved on the average more meetings in a single month and his participation in international tournaments are many and recurrent and often required more than one match a month. I find these observations and deductions to be objectively founded.
    For all the above reasons and the calculations I have made, I believe that today, 2019, Mr. Luis Ortiz is around 49 years old, having been born in 197 and not in 1979, as has been shown by many reservations with many reservations.

  • K I G G A N
    K I G G A N 17 days ago

    whos the girl at 12:20 ? sexy. IG? lol

    THE SERPENT KING 17 days ago


  • Mr. Hmm
    Mr. Hmm 17 days ago +1

    5:28-5:33: Best part.
    Before the fight: Entertained✔
    After the fight: Entertained✔

  • ryan patterson
    ryan patterson 17 days ago

    lol did tht

  • Eazy Money
    Eazy Money 18 days ago

    Chief Tuscaloosa let's you know who are the indigenous copper colored people who lived here in the USA

  • Uncle Quack
    Uncle Quack 18 days ago

    No ones ready to fight Wilder, they only think they are Wilder has a physical gift a step above others.

  • Golden mind Taha
    Golden mind Taha 18 days ago

    Félicitation bro. From Paris. Bravooooo

  • Crisostomo Ibaraks
    Crisostomo Ibaraks 18 days ago

    Both fighter work hard and even one of them lose it’s nothing because ehen you train hard and you think you did your best is a win

  • Jordy Williams
    Jordy Williams 18 days ago

    Roll Tide

  • Bryan Weiss
    Bryan Weiss 18 days ago

    Well wilder handled business

  • Montana White
    Montana White 18 days ago

    *Watch the Full 7th Round KO here*

  • Extreme Trending
    Extreme Trending 18 days ago +1

    Watch full match here - Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz fight

  • peter matthew
    peter matthew 18 days ago

    Best Show bro's 💯

  • Nendiaryantie23 1999
    Nendiaryantie23 1999 18 days ago

    I love boxing

  • Racked Up Bubba
    Racked Up Bubba 18 days ago

    I will train with u Dee

  • GFitness
    GFitness 18 days ago

    anyone know the song at the beginning?

  • amateur AQUATICS
    amateur AQUATICS 18 days ago

    That looked so wrong

  • Sam Akin
    Sam Akin 18 days ago

    luis is easily 47.

  • Rhys Palfrey
    Rhys Palfrey 19 days ago +1

    Think he’s lost his mind to be honest 🤦🏻‍♂️

  • LEVEL UP1000
    LEVEL UP1000 19 days ago

    Ortiz’s is looking good. Gonna be a hard fight

  • Zero One *
    Zero One * 19 days ago

    ortiz is like 140 years old

  • Deforest Shields
    Deforest Shields 19 days ago

    Wilder going to knock him out in the 3rd round,,because he has lost alot of weight, the first time he almost knock wilder out, some boxers can fight good with weight #big#facts

  • Hisfavor1
    Hisfavor1 19 days ago

    Wow,if only we as "black" - Indigenous Americans knew how powerful the drop was that he just stated @ 1:18; he was right Chief Tuscaloosa was a "black" man just like "black" americans. So what that mean?- it means they lying to you. You/We are the Indi(Indigo-black,dark)ans- not "african like they lie to you and tell you- wake up and stop letting them steal your birth right( America the land and all it's resources)

  • Aliakbar Alidia
    Aliakbar Alidia 19 days ago


  • yeah tbh.
    yeah tbh. 19 days ago


  • jozzerful2
    jozzerful2 19 days ago

    Deontay`s trainer looks exactly like , or could even possibly be guy that used to be on TV that won't do up a car and then give it back as a surprise to the owner how would be thinking it was just getting it service and a garage . Then he gives a total overhaul does anybody know how am thing of. I think that's it alcohol overhaul does anybody see the resemblance

  • Rafał Solak
    Rafał Solak 19 days ago

    Chemitrails in the sky.They poison us!!

  • Chris James
    Chris James 19 days ago +1

    Wilders juicing if you've trained you know

  • Levan Pillay
    Levan Pillay 19 days ago

    One man is training to get hit the other is training to cause damage, must be match fixing somewhere and they making king kong like a popeye

  • Kingsley Apeadu
    Kingsley Apeadu 19 days ago +1

    Go on wilder,shut Ortiz out!
    Bam!,,,,then its over

  • Quote Freshener
    Quote Freshener 19 days ago

    Love it we have to talk to everlast lol luv it

  • Scubaman AE
    Scubaman AE 19 days ago

    Defeated death haha soon it will K.O you fot ever

  • AJ Fans’ Tears Are Delicious

    “Have you done karaoke before?......its like dancing” its not.

  • C Los
    C Los 19 days ago +1

    Everlast needs to customize this man some training equipment that can handle that power Jesus...

  • The Expert
    The Expert 19 days ago

    Unfortunately...Wilder is just a hole nother animal than most. Hes a killer like Tyson was!!!

  • Kemo Therapy
    Kemo Therapy 19 days ago

    i would love to see wilder become a good body puncher...with his power he could end dudes with body shot...break ribs and all

  • Dennis Juncal
    Dennis Juncal 19 days ago

    Wilder is weak

    OSN DIRTY HAT 19 days ago +5

    “Until one day the Spanish came and captured him” don’t lose tonight bro smh

  • Alphonse saleh katamea

    Deontay please don't dessappoint me please

  • Bruh T
    Bruh T 19 days ago +3

    “Protective gear is made for human hitting it” ahhahah

  • IMaKing80
    IMaKing80 19 days ago

    Most people don’t know that there were black Indians in America before slavery. There were black tribes here. Most black people have Native American ancestry. It’s a hidden history that is not taught in schools.

  • lucifer
    lucifer 19 days ago +1

    Is my guy ortiz wearing fashion nova wth AHAHAHA

  • Rob Wright
    Rob Wright 19 days ago +2

    “We gotta talk to everlast”😂

  • Richard Godfrey
    Richard Godfrey 19 days ago