BreadcrumbsHome / Bookie: Wilder beats Liakhovich and extends unbeaten record
Bookie: Wilder beats Liakhovich and extends unbeaten record
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 15 August 2013 04:58
Bookies that follow Deontay Wilder were thrilled to see that on Friday night, the boxer was able to extend his undefeated record to 29 straight stoppage wins when he beat former world champion .
Wilder was still not taken beyond four rounds since he turned professional late in 2008, after winning a heavyweight bronze medal at the Beijing Olympics, which pay per head services remember very well.
Bookmakers UK saw that Liakhovich only served to act as a ‘name’ on his resume with the 37-year-old Scottsdale resident having been mostly inactive since he briefly held the WBO title in 2006.
Wilder landed two powerful right hands on Liakhovich, who was timed out at one minute 43 seconds of the opening round, and price per head services saw that for an additional minute he stayed flat on his back before getting back on his feet.
“I’m just blessed with tremendous power,” said Wilder. “I don’t depend on it, but it is there. I think my secret isn’t power. It’s my speed. I think people hear about all my KO’s and tend to overlook that.
Pay per head also know very well how powerful the boxer is, and that he’s not to be taken lightly at any moment.
“I think all my KO’s are helping me get a lot of people’s attention and I love that. I embrace it. I think more people are now starting to feel that maybe I can be the guy who brings the heavyweight title back to America. Honestly, I would love to be that guy.”
Wilder, 27-years-old, stepped up over the next 12 months, and is being lined up to face later this year the winner of the all-American clash between Seth Mitchell and Cris Arreola, and bookies all over the world can’t wait to see what will happen in the ring when this bout gets underway.
He was last seen beating Audley Harrison inside a round in April in Sheffield, and even though he’s still crude in the ring, bookies can see that his force clearly makes him very dangerous opposition.
Contact us today and let us explain exactly how pay per head services work.
Bookmakers UK services know that Wilder is already ranked in the top-10 by the WBA and WBO, and a win over Mitchell or Arreola would put him in contention for the world title, and bookies all over the world wonder if he’ll make it to the very top.