Malik Scott, who was the coach of Deontay Wilder for the closing of the trilogy against Tyson fury, revealed that the American broke a hand during the contest.
“Okay,” he revealed Scott from Wilder in an interview with ESNEWS after the fight. “Her lip is swollen and her hand is broken. His finger or a knuckle broke. “
The former US champion was knocked out by Fury in the eleventh round. However, in the third, tenth and eleventh chapter he was brought down by the British.
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There was even a part during the eighth and ninth rounds where Deontay was practically knocked out, but managed to stay on his feet.
Wilder he also complained that what he did Tyson throughout the fight it was reloading his weight, after both fighters came up the heaviest they have been in their careers. Now it was revealed that a hand was broken.
“He was able to implement some of the things in the early rounds,” he revealed. Malik Scott upon Deontay Wilder. “After tonight, I will consider it (Fury) as a good fighter. I assume you will take a chance against (Oleksandr) Usyk now, that will be good. I want to Deontay take a little rest after this, I’ll make sure it does. “
“This is a noble art,” he mentioned. “If you can get away with it and you have a passive referee who allows it.”
Altered with former coach
In the second fight between Wilder and Fury, Deontay accused that his former coach Mark Breland He put a substance to numb him so that he could not perform in the ring against Tyson.
The American ended up running to Breland and for this match he began training with Malik Scott.
“He said, ‘Let’s do it again. What did I do wrong? ‘ Scott of what he talked to Wilder. “Sure, I’m going to tell you everything you did wrong and what you did right. We will have another plan, the next plan. Life goes on, we have to look forward ”.