Tuscaloosa native Deontay Wilder defended his WBC Heavyweight Belt for the fourth time on Saturday night as he defeated Chris Arreola with an 8th-round TKO. 

The Bronze Bomber pulled off the win despite breaking his right hand and tearing his right bicep during the fight. It was another impressive performance for the undefeated Wilder, but he'll probably need an extended amount of time to recover before he steps in the ring again.

Following the fight, Wilder said he's ready to face Tyson Fury or Anthony Joshua because his goal is to unify the belts.

"My goal is to unify the division. I'm one of the baddest, hardest-hitting heavyweights in the business, so whoever's got those belts, that's who I want," Wilder said.

You can watch Wilder make those comments to FOX following the fight in Birmingham.