"Sleep is recovery," the champion tells HuffPost Live.
America's first heavyweight champion in nearly a decade wants you to know his name.
It wasn't the first time someone had mistaken Wilder, the 6-foot-7, 220-pound holder of the World Boxing Council's heavyweight championship belt, for a ballplayer. Wilder -- the first American heavyweight champ in nearly a decade -- hails from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, home of the Crimson Tide. Most people don't know about his 34-0 record or his 33 knockouts. They don't know his nickname, "The Bronze Bomber," a tribute to fellow Alabaman Joe Louis. They don't know about his title, and they don't know
It was an intriguing promise, and within weeks, Wilder’s goal was reached. H/T Reddit Heavyweight boxer Deontay Wilder posted