With dreams of becoming the Heavyweight Champion of the world, Deontay Wilder sure stays busy these days.

The Tuscaloosa native earned his first title, the vacant WBC Continental Americas Championship with a third round knockout of Kelvin Price on December 15th, 2012 then stepped back into the ring just over one month later, on January 19th 2013 against Matt Greer.

The year may have changed, but the results stayed the same as Wilder improved to 27-0 knockout in the second round in the "keep busy" fight.

Now, back in his hometown, Wilder will be keeping busy as he continues to train for a fight coming up in March.  Although that bout will take place outside of the state, Wilder still has dreams of bringing another fight back to Tuscaloosa in the future.

Audio coming courtesy of Monday nights edition of The Game with Ryan Fowler and Mick Gillispie. The interview can be heard in its entirity here.

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