Firstly....Cshel's post about Ortiz falling off a skateboard is the comment of the night lol
Secondly, I'm in a weird place when it comes to Wilder. I'm having difficulty evaluating him now because at the end of the day, it's easy to point out what he's doing wrong but he literally knows he's going to drop every opponent he faces. I've seen big punchers before. I witnessed the Tyson era. Most big punchers throw until they catch you and then BAM! They either put your lights out or pounce on you. Not Wilder. This dude literally waits for whatever opening he sees that he knows he can get that right hand into perfectly and it's a wrap. I rarely see him knock out guys on accident. In all my years of watching boxing, I've never seen a guy with a better sense of what punch will KO his opponent and when it will land. In both the Brazeale fight and this one, as soon as he THREW the punch he knew that was it. Read what I said carefully. When he THREW it. Not when it landed. That's incredible.
Wilder is technically flawed but it's hard to know what is him being outboxed and what is him being patient. If you don't think he's one of the hardest punchers in boxing history, you're either old and washed holding onto the past or a hater at this point. I think he might be second on my list behind Ernie Shavers.
Finally, on a sad note, the media will write off Ortiz and say he's old and done but honestly, he looked REALLY good last night sans the KO. His jab snapped. His footwork was excellent. He was spry. I think he beats most HW out there including Joshua. Unfortunately, the boxing media will try to shame him into obscurity.