By “Big” Bill Bradshaw
So the world has a new champion, boxing has a new star and America, once again, has the WBC World Heavyweight Title belt in its grasp. The man who would be king finally underwent his coronation and the caretaker keeper limped away bruised and battered. But, the question remains, how good is Deontay Wilder and what threat, if any, does he pose to the acknowledged heavyweight king, “Dr Steelhammer”, Wladimir Klitschko? To answer that, I will take you back to December 1995 when Frans Botha shared the ring with Axel Shulz in a bout that would decide the fate of the vacant IBF Heavyweight title.