Wilder’s passion is acting. Would love to be Clubber Lang’s son in Creed 3


Damn, Deontay Wilder is straight loveable! TMZ caught him on the street and brought up a great idea for him… Would he play Clubber Lang’s son in Creed 3? Wilder came with a very emphatic ‘yes’ and revealed that he has a real passion for acting. Without holding back here, I think he would be excellent in the role.

Wilder has an enthusiasm that can’t be taught. It’s an enthusiasm that is similar to Mr. T’s role as Clubber Lang in Rocky 3. While Wilder has a confidence and aura that engages everyone around him, Mr. T’s role was that of a cold-blooded wrecking machine.

I think that Wilder would have no problem channelling that kind of energy into a role, especially if it’s in a Creed movie.

MikeSwick.com gives the green light, Mr. Stallone. Put Wilder in!

It was divine intervention that got Tyson Fury off of the canvas, says Wilder


After Deontay Wilder knocked Tyson Fury out in the 12th round of their fight, that fight was all but over. Fury was, in fact, not knocked out and rose from the ashes like the damn Phoenix in The X-Men. Fans were in awe and couldn’t believe their eyes. Deontay Wilder knew what woke Fury up. It was divine intervention.

To quote Pulp Fiction:

Jules: This was Divine Intervention! You know what “divine intervention” is?
Vincent: Yeah, I think so. That means God came down from Heaven and stopped the bullets.
Jules: Yeah, man, that’s what it means. That’s exactly what it means! God came down from Heaven and stopped these motherf****n bullets.

This is Deontay Wilder’s theory and I almost tend to agree with him. For all intents and purposes, Tyson Fury was lifeless and on his way to his first professional loss. Out of nowhere, Fury just got up like he wasn’t just in a coma after taking a crushing shot to the head.

That’s the only explanation that is acceptable. That, or he’s the WWE’s Undertaker in disguise.

This guy bet on Wilder/Fury to go to a draw. Drinks for everyone!!!


This fella is the correct guy to have around when shit goes right. He put down a bet for £500 ($636.85) on Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder. However, his bet was on the fight going to a draw. To most people’s chagrin, it did, in fact, go to a draw. While everyone was screaming that … Read moreThis guy bet on Wilder/Fury to go to a draw. Drinks for everyone!!!

Relive Tyson Fury rising like the Undertaker against Deontay Wilder


You don’t even have to watch the WWE to know who The Undertaker is or what he does. The guy always gets knocked out and winds up flat on his back and seemingly has lost the fight. Somehow, while unconscious, he summons the dark powers of Hades and he rises up like the spawn of Satan.

Tyson Fury battled Deontay Wilder and was winning the fight. Then, in the twelfth round, Wilder dropped Fury and it looked like Fury’s soul left his body. Wilder celebrated his improbable victory and then it happened… He rose up like the Undertaker at the critical moment of Wrestlemania.

Coming back from the dead saved Fury from his first career loss and he wound up in a draw with Wilder. This just sets up a big money rematch between the two.

Just like Shawn Michaels vs ‘Taker…


When discussing race, Deontay Wilder stays the realest guy in the room


Badaboom, realest guy in the room. How you doin, Deontay Wilder? Days before his fight with Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder met with media and questions about some of his comments regarding race came up. Deontay being who he is, unloaded; both to the media and on his Instagram. “I would be lying if I said … Read moreWhen discussing race, Deontay Wilder stays the realest guy in the room

Deontay Wilder’s last 10 KO’s. Every one is a doozy.


Deontay Wilder is a monster boxer. True to his last name, the guy swings like a wildman and he aims to bury his opponent. Sitting on a record of 40-0, 39 of those wins are by way of knockout. So, for Showtime to find Deontay Wilder’s last 10 knockouts was pretty easy and each one is a doozy.

Wilder has only gone to a decision one time and that was in 2015 against Bermane Stiverne. Seemingly unhappy with the decision and considering his win as a loss, they rematched in 2017. Their second go-round was much different, as Wilder smashed Stiverne in the first round, leaving him out cold and propped up by the ring ropes.

Wilder has only one loss on his record, but it’s unofficial. The great Charlie Z knocked him out a few years ago. Just ask Charlie and he’ll tell ya.

I digress.

All parties involved confirmed that Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder is on.


After Tyson Fury’s victory in Belfast just now, the story within the story materialized during his post-fight interview. A Fury vs Deontay Wilder fight has been talked about for months and while in the ring after Fury’s fight, all parties involved confirmed that the fight between the two is on and both guys promise a … Read moreAll parties involved confirmed that Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder is on.

Deontay Wilder and Billy Joe Saunders brawl at restaurant

Billy Joe Saunders

Billy Joe Saunders threw a cooked chicken at Wilder, I can’t make this up.

Well, there’s no substitute for class I suppose. Tyson Fury has a fight tonight and last night heavyweights Deontay Wilder and Billy Joe Saunders were at Nandos restaurant in Belfast relaxing before the fight at separate tables. Apparently, there was some beef and all hell broke loose. Actually, I’m hearing it wasn’t beef….but rather a half a chicken that Saunders tossed at Wilder.

What happened next was the two groups firing up and then, Billy Joe bolted from the restaurant with Deontay right behind him, that is until he fell down trying to round the corner near the door. Unbelievable.

Take a look at the video, courtesy of Twitter poster, Michael Benson. It’s an instant classic.

Internet failsation, Charlie Z, gets his comeuppance. Badly.


Charlie Zelenoff has been an internet ‘thing’ for years. If you don’t know him, he is mentally ‘off’ a bit. However, his actions have made him a target of people’s ire. He walks around regular gyms and asks people if they want to do light sparring. When they agree, he throws heavy haymakers, often to the dismay of would-be challengers. At that point, Charlie would usually go online and say something like, he KO’d an ex-Navy SEAL. After all of his sucker punching and lies, despite being ‘off’, people have called for his comeuppance. He’s gotten it a few times, but this one was pretty bad.

Zelenoff even got combat sports celebrities involved with his shtick. One time I had Lorenz Larkin on my radio show and he swore if he ever ran into Charlie Z, he’d put hands on him. Another time, Charlie talked smack to Deontay Wilder about his daughter and Wilder actually showed up to fight Charlie. Wearing a right boxing glove on his left hand, Wilder threw hammers at Charlie. Charlie ran away and ultimately, his story evolved into him knocking Wilder out. He also challenged Floyd Mayweather Sr and got pieced up a bit. Charlie ran out of the ring and when Mayweather turned his back, Charlie ran up and sucker punched him. Then, a Mayweather gym guy beat the shit out of Charlie.

There are literally hundreds of videos of Charlie messing with unsuspecting people who are just trying to get a workout in. He is delusional and dirty and deserves whatever karma catches up with him.

The guy in this video, Crazy Tempo, runs up on Charlie and Charlie bolts. He runs into a restaurant and hides behind the counter. This may be the end of Charlie Z because this was a clowning of epic proportions. People online are thanking Crazy Tempo for finally exposing Charlie and capturing it on video.

I’d like to think this is the last we’ll see of ol Charlie, but something tells me this incident will wind up as Charlie beating up a former Gold Gloves champion.

If you’d like to watch the who Wilder debacle, here you go.

Deontay Wilder goes HAM on Twitter about Anthony Joshua


The fight world has a lot of he said/she said in it. Before MMA managers injected themselves into everything, it was boxing managers who held that title. Most recently, Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder have been going back and forth about who won’t sign the contract, etc. Wilder has seen enough and went HAM on … Read moreDeontay Wilder goes HAM on Twitter about Anthony Joshua

The President pardons boxing legend Jack Johnson


The President of these United States ‘Pardons Jack Johnson’ was not something I thought I would see today. Flanked by Sylvester Stallone, Lennox Lewis, and Deontay Wilder; The President corrected what he felt was an injustice done to Johnson over 100 years ago.

In the early 1900’s, Johnson violated the ‘Mann Act’, which was “transporting women across state lines for immoral purposes”. However, despite being immoral before the Mann Act was passed, Johnson was convicted by a jury of his peers; An all-white jury.

Johnson was to serve prison time, but he skipped the country and fought elsewhere. He returned seven years later and served his one-year prison sentence. Today, he received a full pardon.

Deontay Wilder’s one condition to go to the Joshua fight gets shot down


Anthony Joshua will take on Joseph Parker tomorrow night in a match for all of the marbles. Both fighter’s belts are on the line and so are each of their respective undefeated records. Despite that fight, the one everyone still talks about is Dontay Wilder vs Joshua. Joshua was invited to the fight tomorrow but had one condition if he was going to go.

“I’ll come out there on one condition. At the end of the fight, if Joshua wins, I get in the ring and confront him. So, the next thing I know I get a call from my manager stating that we won’t be able to get in the ring, but they still want me to come.

Joshua said that he didn’t want the hype and was going to up security. I’m starting to hear about restraining orders and all of this stuff.”

Without the face to face, we shall first see what happens in the Joshua/Parker fight. Then, maybe we can get into the fight that boxing fans really want to see; Joshua vs Wilder.

Round TEN of Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz. Wild finish for Wilder.


If you saw a streetfight video of Deontay Wilder, you would more than likely say that he was too wild and would get smoked in a real boxing match. Well, here we are and that wild fighter sits on a pro record of 40-0, with 39 knockouts. His most recent KO took place on Saturday night in round ten against Luis Ortiz. In usual Deontay Wilder fashion, it was nuts.

Wilder really got the fight taken to him by Ortiz and was in trouble a couple of times. Ultimately, Wilder won in his standard way; Slinging power punches until his opponent was face down on the mat.

Ironically, when this fight was at it’s craziest, heavyweights Stefan Struve and Andrei Arlovski were putting on a very mediocre performance at UFC 222. MMA fans were going nuts for the boxing match and had no problems changing the channel.

Sometimes, excitement is better than technique.

Deontay Wilder showed us all that monsters are real


Monsters do exist and they come in the form of boxing champion Deontay Wilder. Wilder was seeking out his 39th professional win and some revenge when he took on his opponent, Bermane Stiverne. In a career filled entirely with stoppage victories, Wilder had one decision victory. That decision was over Stiverne in 2015.

Wilder looked to rectify that by taking on Stiverne again. It took less than a round for Wilder to absolutely smoke Stiverne. It wasn’t even pretty. Wilder fought wildly (no pun intended) and put Stiverne down three times. Wilder did it with such savagery, it almost looked like he was bullying Stiverne.

Watching this video makes you question how Charlie Z is still alive.

Deontay Wilder: Finally a boxer who says ‘bring it’ in an MMA rules fight.

Deontay Wilder: Finally a boxer who says 'bring it' in an MMA rules fight.

Ask any Mixed martial artist who trains with a boxer, what the boxer thinks about sparring kickboxing. They hate it and want nothing to do with leg kicks. Well, Deontay Wilder seems to be saying he’s ready for what anyone is bringing into a fight. In an interview with FightHype Wilder said,

“I’m a deadly puncher. I give myself 1000% chance in any ring. It could be a diamond shape ring, I’ll handle my own. Style makes all fights and it depends on that.”

You have to wonder, that with all of this crossing-over sports type of talk if it actually will come to fruition. It seems like this is all anyone in MMA and boxing are talking about these days.

Just two words of advice to boxers from mikeswick.com… James Toney.