The heavyweight boxing division has lacked a singular power (particularly not named Klitschko) for some time, but WBC Champion Deontay Wilder may be that guy. The numbers pop off the score sheet better than the greats of heavyweight history. Tyson, Ali, and Louis included. 42-0-1. 41 knockouts. Yes, one fight he won via cards. And he drew one. Never lost. Saturday night in Las Vegas was no different as he faced Luis Ortiz for the second time in 21 months. And for the second time, he won without it going the distance. Despite being behind on all cards, the power punch of Wilder proved to be the difference. He landed it late in the 7th round. And despite Ortiz's ability to get to his feet near the end of the 10 count, the referee stopped it. Wilder wins. Again. He'll now get a shot at Tyson Fury, former Sportsman of the Week who was his only draw. But the division is Wilder's. Big, strong, and knockout potential. That's the heavyweight boxing I remember, and our Sportsman of the Week is bringing it back!