Deontay Wilder Warns Fans About Coming to His Fights: ‘I Mean Blood and I Am Out for Blood’

Published 06/04/2021, 11:30 AM EDT
NEW YORK, NY – MAY 17: Deontay Wilder looks on during his official weigh-in against Dominic Breazeale at LIU Athletic Center on May 17, 2019 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)


Deontay Wilder, one of the most vicious punchers ever, is looking to reclaim his lost dominance and seems eager to launch a violent persona on his nearing appearance. After suffering the maiden career loss, he remained silent on his boxing career for a brief period.

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Wilder will now face WBC champion Tyson Fury for one last time on July 24 and has cautioned the fans bout a violent showdown-incoming. Speaking with Little Giant Boxing, ‘The Bronze Bomber’ has talked about several things, including his return to the ring and has sent the combat world into a frenzy.

“If your stomach can’t digest what your eyes about to see, don’t come to my fights, don’t watch my fights. Because I mean blood and I am out for blood,” said Deontay Wilder.

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Before falling prey to ‘The Gypsy King’, Wilder went on a tear in the looming heavyweight division. As of now, he holds a record of 42-1-1-, with 41 KOs. Hence the American knockout artist has thrilled the combat world with highlight-reel stoppages all his career. While he has warned the fans about bringing some serious action, it can also be a caution for Tyson Fury.

Also, Wilder has made some changes in his training regime. He has replaced his long-time trainer Mark Breland with Malik Scott and appears to be in a positive mind-frame, ahead of the big return. That said, he has chosen the perfect time to slide into the heavyweight title conversation.

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Wilder could have waited to see Tyson Fury face Anthony Joshua in a unification battle to craft a perfect comeback. However, he came out of nowhere and disrupted the All-English fight. Hence, we might see some added advantages on his corner.

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Tyson Fury was preparing for a scrap with ‘AJ’ and a sudden replacement with Wilder can impact his game plan. Although Tyson Fury has appeared confident about making it 2-0 against the Alabaman native, it might not be an undemanding task.

Deontay Wilder will rust off a long layoff and seems to have trained throughout. As he remains a top-tier heavyweight pugilist, the former champion can become the first man to defeat Tyson Fury. After all, he is the only man who could come out unbeaten against ‘The Gypsy King’, after their original clash in 2018.

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Raj Sarkar

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A senior boxing writer at EssentiallySports, Raj Sarkar is a mass media graduate who is currently pursuing his master’s degree in broadcast journalism. In addition to his current role, he has worked with the MMA team at EssentiallySports and has interviewed prominent fighters such as Ritu Phogat and 'The Red King' Rory MacDonald. He combined his bachelor's degree with his adoration for combat sports and has a combined 2000 plus bylines in MMA and boxing over the last two years.

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