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Unbeaten Deontay Wilder, robbed of his scheduled heavyweight world title defense against Alexander Povetkin in May, is ready to take his frustration out on challenger Chris Arreola Saturday.Wilder, 36-0 with 35 knockouts, will be making his fourth defense of the World Boxing Council crown in his hometown of Birmingham, Alabama, and he was confident of making sure Arreola's third title shot wouldn't prove the charm.Arreola had a win over Travis Kauffman changed to no decision after a marijuana positive and drew with Fred Kassi in his prior bout. He beat Curtis Harper 15 months ago in his first fight after losing a title contest to Bermane Stiverne.Wilder said fitting in Arreola is a way to stay active in a quest to unify the title – and a way to keep his mind off the legal wrangling that followed the postponement of the Povetkin bout.
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