Not Usyk and not Joshua. The coach called the name of the “real test” for Wilder


Trainer Malik Scott named the name of the boxer who will be a real test for the former WBC heavyweight champion American puncher Deontay Wilder (43-2-1, 42 KOs).

With a high degree of probability, in the next fight, the ex-champion will fight in the final WBC eliminator with the American-Mexican Andy Ruiz (35-2, 22 KOs).

Scott is not
thinks this fight is competitive: “If we are talking about Wyder, who boxes with discipline and strictly adheres to the plan for the fight, then, with all due respect to Ruiz, this fight is not a difficult test at all. And this, mind you, despite the fact that Andy is a very cool type. Who is the real test for Deontay? This is Tyson Fury when he’s in top form. And dudes like Ruiz, Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk… No, I don’t think they can even get close to Wilder when he’s in shape, composed and focused.”

Previously, Wilder crossed paths with Fury three times in the ring – first he tied the fight, then he was beaten in all respects and lost the WBC belt. In fight #3, Deontay again lost early, but this time he was much more competitive and even dropped his opponent twice.

Scott claims that Wilder has added very solidly. So much so that “if I’m completely honest, then against this version of Deontay, I don’t even believe in Fury’s chances …”

And Scott also explained why Usyk can’t beat Wilder. It turns out that this is simply not possible.