The coach of Deontay Wilder, Malik Scott, noted that the boxer does not plan to retire from boxing, after losing against Tyson fury by knockout.
“I seriously doubt it. I seriously doubt it, “he said. Malik Scott in interview for iFL TV. “Deontay you don’t have to fight. That is the only reason I say that I am not sure because we are talking about an individual who does not have to do this for a living. We are talking about someone who is really financially stable. We’ll see, but retirement is not in our plans at all or in their plans, that’s not something we’ve discussed. “
Wilder broke his hand in the fight with Fury
It should be remembered that Malik noted that his ward broke his hand in his third battle against Gypsy king held in Las Vegas.
“Okay,” he revealed Scott, coach of Deontay Wilder in an interview with ESNEWS after the fight. “His lip is cut and his hand is broken. His finger or a knuckle, something broke. “
In the same way, he praised the strategy carried out by the coach of Fury, which in the end gave the expected result.
“Fury he is a very, very strong and very intelligent fighter, that’s the truth, “he said. “They had a smart plan, recharging all that weight and tiring Deontay. At first I thought I was going to be able to stop Fury before the fifth round and it’s almost done. But we have to accept that it was a spectacular trilogy closing ”.
Deontay Wilder spoke of his future before the fight
The American boxer spoke to Last Stand Podcast about his future and left open the possibility of saying goodbye to boxing.
“I am an energetic person,” he said. “I think I’m going to leave this sport when I feel that energy, that is coming.”
“I can feel retirement coming up. I can feel it. ”, He sentenced.