Deontay Wilder no se retirará

Deontay Wilder, former heavyweight world champion, assured that he will not retire and is already thinking about returning to training, after his defeat against Tyson fury.

“For me, this is not all, it is just the beginning,” he answered in an interview on the podcast. Telli Swift, reported by The Mirror. “The best is yet to come for me. Despite the fact that I have achieved many things, more than I could have imagined. I still have goals in sports, that’s why I still love him. “

On October 9, Fury and Wilder staged one of the best fights of 2021. This was the third contest between the two and resulted in the second victory of Tyson by knockout in the eleventh round.

The two combined for a total of five falls. Deontay was sent to the canvas in the third, tenth, and eleventh rounds, while Fury he fell twice in the fourth episode.

“I am grateful for that,” he said. Deontay Wilder. “I am blessed. With that said, without complaint, I decided to move on. You get to a point, as humans we feel like we reached an end or failed, we think this is for us. But when you’re on the long journey, nothing should be, ‘this is it.’

Deontay Wilder

After the tough fight he lived against Tyson Fury, Wilder he suffered a fracture in his left hand and the eardrum in his left ear also burst. From that moment he stayed away from social networks and interviews, until now he has reappeared.

“I feel very good, I’m doing well,” said the former US champion. “We didn’t get what we wanted (against Fury), but we got something out of it. I think we got something much better outside of the win. “

In his last two fights, Wilder was knocked out by Fury. One was on February 22, 2020 and the other was last October.

“I seek to meet my goals that I still have,” he said. Deontay Wilder. “I broke my hand so I’m in the rehab process now. Once this is over, so you always have to be ready, you always have to keep ready. After this, I want to go back. “