Deontay Wilder Reveals Major Changes in Training Camp for the Tyson Fury Fight

Published 09/24/2021, 8:10 AM EDT


Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury’s trilogy bout is inching closer each day. The duo fought each other twice, and both of their fights are rightly etched in every hardcore boxing lover’s memory. The last time Fury and Wilder fought, it was the Brit who pulled off a staggering win by brutalizing ‘The Bronze Bomber’. This would be the first time Wilder suffered a loss in his professional boxing career.

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Since then, the ex-champ has regularly expressed his eagerness to fight Fury a third time and avenge his loss. Now, he is in for the biggest test of his life against a much more polished Tyson Fury.

Recently, Wilder spoke to the media. Here, he spilled the beans on the changes in the training camp for this third war.

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He said, ”I’m super focused. I’m more focused now than I’ve even been in my entire career. This is the second phase of my career. I had fun winning and defending the title for five years. At this point, we’re just serious about everything. I’m in a happy place and I’m glad that I’m here,”

“You’re looking at a rejuvenated and reinvented Deontay Wilder. The old Deontay is no longer there. I can’t explain it to you. I have to show you on October 9. I’m looking forward to it and I can’t wait.” (h/t Boxing News Online)

Considering his comments, Wilder seems in the most ideal mindset. And this is what is expected out of him this time. Fans want him to showcase his mental strength along with his recently upgraded boxing skills.

Can Deontay Wilder pull off something special this time?

Over the past few months, Deontay Wilder has worked extremely hard at making the right adjustments. His fight with Fury has his boxing career hanging in the balance. Therefore, he’s left no stones unturned in his preparations.

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More than anyone else, ‘The Bronze Bomber’ is himself optimistic about getting the job done this time.

The entire boxing community will be on the edge of their seats to see what Wilder produces on October 9th. If he somehow gets past Fury this time, needless to say, Wilder will be back in the race to become one of the greatest heavyweights in boxing history.

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan is a Boxing Author at EssentiallySports. He is a graduate from the International Institute of Sports Management who combines his love for sports, particularly combat sports, and his flair for writing and analysis to help him in his day-to-day work. He has prior professional experience with sporting organizations such as Star Sports, Khelo India, and NBA.

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