Ex-world champion under version WBC in a super heavyweight American Deontay Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KO’s) spoke about the trauma he received in a battle with the Briton Tyson fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs).
“The recovery is going well, I’m therapies. In a battle with fury I hurt my biceps, but everything will be fine.
Now I’m focused on recovery, full recovery and return to the ring. I hope the situation with coronavirus will be settled, and we can get back to work in training camp to prepare for the battle at the end of the year.
At the moment I can’t train, but am looking forward to it. As soon as I heal a hand injury, immediately go back to the exercises. Want to do their favorite thing,” said Wilder.
We will remind, in the night from 22 to 23 February in Las Vegas, British heavyweight boxer Tyson fury destroyed in the revenge of the American Deontay Wilder and took his championship belt by the WBC and The Ring. The American has twice been knocked down, and in the seventh round his corner threw in the towel.