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wild

mod. exciting; eccentric; cool. Things are really wild here.
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man with a ambition that of the yet another in my " Alabama-born Wilder has held the WBC heavyweight title since 2015.
Wilder's planned visit to The Farmhouse will be the venue's second time this summer they've welcomed a bigname sporting star to dine there.
Fury, Wilder and Anthony Joshua all have deals with different US broadcasters which makes negotiations more difficult.
Wilder's decision to fight Ortiz makes it unlikely he will meet rival Joshua in a much-anticipated unification fight this year.
It was no masterpiece but Wilder nonetheless delivered.
"Deontay Wilder apparently signed a three-fight deal (with showtime) before I signed an EsPn deal.
Wilder was also offered $15m (APS11.3m) for a Wembley Stadium spectacular against Joshua last year before talks broke down and he opted to face Fury which ended in an epic and contentious draw back in December.
The big showdown with Fury or Wilder will come soon enough, if either manage to get over themselves regarding the purse split.
"It's now easier to make the Wilder fight vs other circumstances," Hearn (https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/general/boxing/anthony-joshua-deontay-wilder-vs-tyson-fury-next-fight-eddie-hearn-april-13-latest-news-watch-video-a8675921.html) told The Independent .
Hearn was tight-lipped about how negotiations went, but said: "I will be disappointed if we don't get Wilder or Fury next.
Wilder, who founded the Mount Prospect Community band in 1975 and led it for 40 years, suffered a spinal cord injury and broken bones last May when the metal frame housing a projection screen fell on him while he rehearsed with the Chicago Clarinet Ensemble at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago.
ANTHONY JOSHUA will fight both Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury to forge the greatest era of heavyweight boxing.
DEONTAY Wilder retained his WBC heavyweight crown on Saturday night in Los Angeles after battling to a split decision draw against Britain's Tyson Fury in a pulsating 12-round battle.
ROUND 1 Fury delivered on his promise to trade with Wilder as both men landed - but the Brit's jab edged it.