Deontay Wilder ‘Delusional Claim’ Before Cancelation Leaks

The former heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder is currently gearing up for his trilogy fight against WBC World Champion Tyson Fury. He has been of outspoken nature and seems to he following the footsteps of the legendary Muhammad Ali in this aspect.



Deontay Wilder makes bold claim on Tyson Fury

Back in February 2020, Fury defeated Wilder in seven rounds to capture the WBC title.Following his loss, Wilder did not hold back with his allegations of misconduct in the contest.

He proceeded to claim that  Fury had loaded his gloves with weights and noted that former co-trainer Mark Breland was a double-agent, and even alleged that referee Kenny Bayless may have been intoxicated.

He made all the claims while speaking to 78SPORTSTV. Here is what he said:

“With Ali, to take a stand not only inside the ring but outside the ring, he was considered one of the most hated men in America. Then you got Deontay Wilder come along to take that same stand outside and inside the ring, it seem like it ain’t enough, it seem like they have these buck-dancers that dance in our kind to go against us and try it down. But you can’t buck-break me, man, I’m chosen. Ali is one of my idols in boxing, I appreciate to be compared to him, and I can see the comparison of what he stood for.

Especially in the times he did it in, the years he did it in – man, oh my goodness, I just want to take that same stand here, because I’m not afraid. You have so many other guys in this world who have a stronger platform than I but they don’t have the nerve, they don’t have the courage to take a stand like I do, so they stay quiet – they wait on guys like me to speak out.”

Wilder will go up against Tyson Fury at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on July 24.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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