Deontay Wilder has claimed that Tyson Fury has been struggling in sparring against young fighters ahead of their trilogy bout next month. The ‘Bronze Bomber’ is eyeing to avenge his February 2020 defeat to Tyson Fury, where he was dominated and stopped in the seventh round after suffering grueling punishment in the fight. Evander Holyfield ‘Embarrassing’ Training Video Leaks
Deontay Wilder talks about Tyson Fury
A trilogy bout between the pair was postponed after initially being set from July as a result of a coronavirus outbreak in Fury’s camp ahead of the contest after Wilder enforced his right to a rematch derailing chances of an undisputed clash between the Briton and Anthony Joshua.
And the American heavyweight has questioned if Fury is “struggling” in his preparations for the fight after stating he found out a partner was “piecing him up.”
“I’m ready. I hope they are ready. I hope they have their priorities in line,” Wilder told the PBC podcast. “Their game-plan, how they are going to approach the fight.I know he wasn’t doing well in camp. The young guys were piecing him up, I had a young guy from my camp who was piecing him up. Sparring has been amazing for me, I can’t say names but just know there have been a lot of people on the canvas. You will see a reinvented Deontay Wilder. Something you’ve never seen before, in the time off we have done nothing but work, work, work, even when my body rested, my mind was still at it.”