Deontay Wilder is building a case for himself as perhaps the biggest puncher the game has known.

He knocked out Luis Ortiz on Saturday with an unbelievably quick, powerful and accurate right hand, dropping the Cuban with a thud late in the seventh round.

Ortiz eventually got up, but referee Kenny Bayless stopped the bout.

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The victory raised Wilder’s record to 42-0-1 and was his 41st knockout.

He did next-to-nothing offensively in the first six rounds, waiting, waiting and waiting some more.

He never landed more than five punches in any of those rounds, and Ortiz was putting the rounds in the bank.

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