Deontay Wilder Finally Breaks Silence, Sends Stunning Message to Fury After Trilogy Defeat
- Deontay Wilder has congratulated British world boxing champion Tyson Fury after his defeat in trilogy fight
- Wilder made it clear that he was disappointed to have lost, but maintained that he would try and put it behind him
- There are also talks of Deontay Wilder facing Nigerian boxer Anthony Joshua with the possibility next year
Deontay Wilder has finally broke his silence following his trilogy defeat against against British boxer Tyson Fury with the American congratulating his opponent for the victory.
The thoughts of all Deontay Wilder fans was that the American would be able revenge in the trilogy fight, but Tyson Fury was so hard for him in Las Vegas.
When the fight got to the fourth round, Deontay Wilder knocked Tyson Fury down two times with the hope that the Bronze Bomber would be able to win, but the Brit staged a stunning comeback and triumphed.
According to a statement made by Deontay Wilder on social media and also spotted on UK Sun, the American boxer stated clearly that he was disappointed not to have won the trilogy.
He then stated emphatically in a classy message that he will go back to the drawing board and subsequently come out with future plans in boxing.
Deontay Wilder's reaction
"I would like to thank my team and my fans for sticking by my side through this long process.
"Last but not least I would like to congratulate Tyson Fury for his victory and thank you for the great historical memories that will last forever."
Mike Tyson Analyses How He Would Beat Undefeated Champion Tyson Fury in a Dream Fight
Earlier, retired boxing legend Mike Tyson analysed how he would defeat WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in a blockbuster dream fight.
According to the 55-year-old, taking on the Gypsy King aggressively will help him overcome the undefeated champion if they meet in the ring.
Fury maintained his undefeated status when he knocked out Deontay Wilder in the 11th Round in what could be described as a classic bout at the T-Mobile Arena on Saturday.
33-year-old Fury suffered two knockdowns during the bout, but he staged a sensational comeback to defend his WBC title.
But legendary Tyson has now narrated how he would defeat Fury as he stressed the importance to be “close” to him and not “stay at a distance.”