Wilder is not sure about the decision to resume his career: “I already have the money”


Former WBC heavyweight champion American Deontay Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KOs) has not yet made a final decision on his future career.

In October, the puncher will turn 37 years old. Behind two grueling battles, two early defeats from Briton Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs). But Wilder occupies the 1st position in the WBC ranking, due to which he can count on another title fight.

In May, the ex-champion opened his statue, after which he promised to return to the ring. Later it turned out that Deontay Wilder also sings – check out the heavyweight puncher’s debut track. The euphoria after the discovery of the statue passed, and
the big man spoke differently: “I really thought about a comeback. But first I need to understand what my options are. I feel that I would be strong enough to restart my career. But don’t misunderstand me. It’s definitely not about the bubble. I don’t need to get in the ring. I have already provided for myself for the rest of my life.”

Last week, Deontay Wilder named the winner of the Usyk-Joshua rematch, and also listened to moderately valuable advice from Tyson Fury. Interestingly, WBC President Mauricio Suleiman has already told everything about his title prospects.

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