To say that Deontay Wilder's one-punch power is devastating would be somewhat of an understatement.
But if you don't believe that Wilder's power is impressive after seeing Wilder's numerous knockout victories, then perhaps the following video will change that.
Wilder, the current WBC heavyweight world champion, appeared on ESPN Deportes' show "Nacion" (a Spanish-language equivalent to "SportsNation"), and showcased his strength by punching a poor soul inside a burrito mascot costume.
But Wilder didn't just smack the mascot to the floor, he apparently broke the person's jaw. The video of Wilder's appearance on "Nacion" can be seen in the tweet below.
It shouldn't be that much of a surprise given Wilder's near-perfect knockout rate (39 KO wins in his 40 fights). It was also less than a year ago when Wilder delivered one of the most dominant one-sided victories in a heavyweight world title fight in recent history when he knocked out Bermane Stiverne in the first round of their fight.
Wilder's power will be on display on December 1 when he faces off against former unified heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in Los Angeles. The fight, for Wilder's WBC heavyweight title, will main event a Showtime pay-per-view from the Staples Center.