"I've wanted to hit somebody since May," said Tuscaloosa's undefeated World Champ, who boasts a record of 36 wins, with 35 by stoppage.

Deontay Wilder will try to keep his undefeated 36-0 record intact against Arreola, who will get his third shot at a title. The match will headline the Premier Boxing Champions broadcast on FOX. The coverage will begin at 7PM with the undercard fights.

Wilder had to add this fight with Arreola after his fight with Alexander Povetkin was postponed when the Russian failed a drug test.

"This is the longest stretch that I've been out of the ring and I'm anxious to get back in and continue my quest to become the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world," added Wilder.  Listen to "The Champ" today with Wild Bill at 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm and 6:30pm on 95.3 The Bear!

Wilder says "When you're in the hurt business, you have no choice but to stay focused on the test that lies at hand because if you're not focused, you can get knocked out."

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