Mark Breland thinks Deontay Wilder has brain damage


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Mark Breland I express that Deontay Wilder could have brain damage, after the knockout suffered before Tyson fury.

Breland referred to the symptoms Wilder presented after being knocked out by Fury, and directly linked them to a brain condition.

“I’m not a doctor, but I know that the blood coming out of his dazed ears and eyes could be a brain problem and it happened to him,” said the coach in an interview with Word Boxing News.

“The power comes from your legs, and his legs are gone!” Exclaimed the former boxer. “So I decided to stop the fight and do it all over again. He shouldn’t have told me what was in the water because the accusation is so stupid that it doesn’t deserve an answer. “

According to Breland, Deontay Wilder became impossible to train

In a long post published on his social networks, Mark Breland narrated at what point his relationship with Deontay Wilder Who he’s been with since the former heavyweight champion turned pro.

“My time in the coach position with Deontay Wilder changed drastically in the 12 years since I started with him, “he said. Breland in your posting. “When he turned professional, Jay deas He called me and said he needed a coach for a great prospect he had in his gym. This is how boxing works. If you come to my gym, I train you, I discover you and sometimes I manage you too ”.

The former world welterweight champion, along with Jay deas, started working as co-trainers of Wilder, but it was Deas who took more prominence. Over time, the Alabama coach was relegating him, according to the version of Breland.


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