Timothy Bradley Jr.'s breakdown: Can Deontay Wilder land his right hand against Robert Helenius?

Former heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder, left, returns to the ring for the first time in a year to face Robert Helenius on Saturday. ESPN

Deontay Wilder returns to the ring on Saturday for the first time since his knockout loss to Tyson Fury in their trilogy fight a year ago. He'll face Robert Helenius at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York (Fox PPV, 9 p.m. ET).

Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KOs) possesses a powerful right hand, and he was able to put Fury on the canvas four times during their three epic fights. Wilder also has a good left hook and has shown some improvement with his body punching under new trainer Malik Scott, something that could be key against Helenius.

Helenius (31-3, 20 KOs), is riding a three-fight winning streak and is only slightly shorter -- .5 inches -- than Wilder. His last loss was an eighth-round KO to Gerald Washington in 2019, a fighter who Wilder stopped in five rounds two years before.

Will Wilder land his right hand to end the fight or can Helenius stay away and outbox the power puncher?

Two-division champion and current ESPN boxing analyst Timothy Bradley Jr. breaks down the heavyweight matchup and picks the winner.