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Wilder has no plans to retire from boxing, said his trainer Malik Scott

Deontay's Coach WilderMalik Scott noted that the boxer has no plans to retire from boxing, after losing to Tyson Fury by knockout. “I seriously


Deontay’s Coach WilderMalik Scott noted that the boxer has no plans to retire from boxing, after losing to Tyson Fury by knockout.

“I seriously doubt it. “, said Malik Scott in an interview for iFL TV, when asked about the issue of his ward’s retirement. “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 lesions

American boxer Deontay Wilder He was defeated by Tyson Fury and after the brutal KO had to be transferred to a hospital, although he did not spend the night hospitalized.

Days later the medical part of the Fury-Wilder 3 has been revealed and this revealed that the boxer Deontay Wilder suffered multiple injuries in his loss by KO against Tyson Fury. A perforated eardrum, broken knuckles, a broken hand, a broken finger and a busted lip.

Deontay Wilder showed great courage above the ring, although he looked in very poor condition from the 5th round, he resisted Fury’s onslaught on many occasions.

The wounds and injuries that in the end are not serious in their entirety, have been the product of what was an electrifying and exciting fight that allowed all the spectators of the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada and all the boxing fans of the world who witnessed it on TV.

The third fight between Fury and Wilder will be remembered for a long time, a true war above the ring. Heavyweight boxers showed their quality and heart in Las Vegas