Five Devastating Losses Of Deontay Wilder’s Amateur Career

Deontay Wilder is one of the greatest boxers of all time. ‘The Bronze Bomber’ has had an impressive professional boxing career. However, fans don’t know much about his amateur boxing losses. So here we take a look at Wilder’s five losses in his amateur career.

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Deontay Wilder vs. Krzysztof Zimnoch

‘The Bronze Bomber’ was on an amazing twelve-fight win streak when the Poland native Zimnoch handed him the second loss of his amateur boxing career in 2007. It was Zimnoch’s fifth victory in amateur boxing.

 Deontay Wilder vs. Danny Price 

Price defeated Wilder at the Pre-Olympic games in China in 2007. ‘The Bronze Bomber’ suffered an injury before the match that played a vital role in his loss. This was Wilder’s third loss in his amateur boxing career. 

Deontay Wilder vs. Evgeny Romanov

‘The Bronze Bomber’ was on an impressive two-fight win streak when the Russian boxer Romanov handed him the fourth loss of his amateur boxing career in 2008. 

Deontay Wilder vs. Osmay Acosta

Acosta was on an amazing eight-fight win streak of his amateur career when he defeated Wilder, who was on the back of three wins in 2008 at the Olympic Qualifying tournament.

Deontay Wilder vs. Clemente Russo

‘The Bronze Bomer’ was on an impressive four-fight win streak when he suffered his last amateur loss at the hands of the Italian boxer Russo, in 2008, at the Olympic games in China.

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