Fight Night: Sat, Sep 26, 2015 - Legacy Arena, Birmingham, Alabama

Wilder vs Duhaupas

Deontay Wilder remained unbeaten and retained his world title with an 11th-round TKO of tough Frenchman Johann Duhaupas.
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Wilder vs Duhaupas highlights: September 26, 2015

Wilder vs Duhaupas Round by Round Fight Summary. Rounds are displayed numerically as columns. Each row will display one of the following: W for win, L for loss, KO for knockout, or TKO for technical knock out. An empty column means that data is not available.
Fighter Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Wilder No data available No data available No data available No data available
Duhaupas No data available No data available No data available No data available

Highlights

  • –Deontay Wilder roughed up Johann Duhaupas early, bloodying his nose in Round 1.

  • –Although Wilder continually rocked Duhaupas with devastating right hands, the Frenchman was able to score with his jab intermittently and land rights around Wilder’s guard, doing enough to cause the champ's left eye to begin swelling badly beginning in Round 4.

  • –Duhaupas never stopped coming forward even though Wilder rocked him with power shots throughout the later rounds, turning his face to pulp and leading referee Jack Reiss to stop the fight in Round 11.

To say that Johann Duhaupas was a glutton for punishment would be to understate the buffet of abuse the man was force fed at the hand of Deontay Wilder. It was like an evening at the Golden Corral, but with Wilder’s fists in place of dubious deep-fried eats.

Still, Duhaupas fought valiantly and proved himself to have a bulletproof beard. Dude’s chin was so durable, it was if it was manufactured by Rubbermaid.

Throughout the fight, Duhaupas never stopped coming forward. Wilder inexplicably kept his hands low on too many occasions, allowing Duahaupas to find home with his jab.

When Wilder did have his gloves up, Duhaupas was able to land rights around his guard from time to time. It was enough for Duhaupas to do some serious damage to Wilder’s eye, which began to swell shut in Round 4.

Still, it was Duhaupas who absorbed much more punishment, his nose bleeding from the opening round.

Wilder rocked Duhaupas with blistering right hands the entire fight, unleashing a particularly blistering array of combos in Round 4 in the center of the ring as the Frenchman’s face became bashed into a bloody pulp.

Duhaupas did his best to weather the storm—or hurricane, rather—firing punches until the end. But after eating a series of uppercuts on the ropes, referee Jack Reiss stopped the fight in Round 11 to give Wilder a TKO victory.

Deontay Wilder and Johann Duhaupas

Referee Jack Reiss stopped the fight in Round 11 to give Wilder a TKO victory.

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