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Wil·der

(wīld'ĕr),
Helenor C., U.S. ophthalmologist and pathologist, 1895-1998. See: Wilder stain for reticulum.

Wil·der

(wīld'ĕr),
Joseph F., U.S. neuropsychiatrist, 1895-1976.

Wil·der

(wīld'ĕr),
William H., U.S. ophthalmologst, 1860-1935. See: Wilder sign.
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Wilder recently took his record to 40-0 after getting past Cuba's Luis Ortiz via 10th round TKO on March 3.
Wilder said: "He had me in a whirlwind and had to get out of there.
Patterson said Wilder has a large fleet of vehicles that associates and friends can access and prefers the Escalade for errands because the tinted windows offer more privacy.
But what ultimately drew her into years of research was an interview she heard with William Holtz about his 1995 biography of Wilder's daughter, Rose Wilder Lane, whom he claims essentially ghostwrote her mother's books.
But fans might have to wait to see the champions in the same ring, as Wilder has also said that Joshua "wants a warm-up fight" before.
But Joshua (left), 28, says he is willing to face Wilder in his next fight in the spring - provided the American accepts his terms.
That only goes to the champions: Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker.
Joshua wants to face Wilder or Parker in the UK and turned to the 78,000 crowd inside Cardiff's Principality Stadium to ask them what they would like to see.
Jordan Walker-Pearlman said Wilder was diagnosed with the disease three years ago, but kept the condition private so as not to disappoint fans.
With his rowdy head of frizzy red hair and bulging blue eyes, Gene Wilder was the sort of comedic genius who could make you laugh just by looking at him--and lose it altogether once he opened his mouth.