Ricky Hatton Humiliates Deontay Wilder As He Poses Next to The Bronze Bomber’s Embarrassing Sculpture

Published 06/28/2021, 7:12 AM EDT

Deontay Wilder is still facing ridicule for his loss to Tyson Fury in 2020. Although the knockout artist is ready for a third meeting and has vowed to avenge the defeat, the boxing universe continues to mock him. That said, British Sculptor Tony Clark is the latest addition to that list.

The owner of Clark Sculptures has formed a statue of Wilder and Fury from the second fight. While the first figure showcased Fury’s sensational knockdown against Wilder, another one showed the American boxer falling to the canvas.

Veteran boxer Ricky Hatton paid a visit to this statue. ‘Hitman’ posted a few pictures on social media and revealed his day out at Tony Clark’s studio in Leeds.


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In the caption, Ricky Hatton wrote, “Top day with *Clark Sculptures) in his Leeds studio yesterday. Amazing sculptures of (Tyson Fury) and (Deontay Wilder) and (Lionel Messi). Tony Plans on doing my sculpture in the near future.”


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While Hatton may look forward to having his own statue, Wilder is going through a career-defining moment of his life. After a vicious run in the heavyweight division, the hard-hitter suffered a humiliating loss to ‘The Gypsy King’. Hence, as he will be seeking redemption, such posts may only motivate him.

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3–One last time

Fury’s lopsided win in the rematch has seen many boxing fans lose their faith in Wilder’s ability to avenge the defeat. However, the Alabama native has a few terrific tools that can see him shake the odds. ‘The Bronze Bomber’ has joined hands with Malik Scott, showcasing some unique traits in his re-built personality.


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Although it holds no relevancy to the in-ring battle, Wilder’s impeccable power can trouble Tyson Fury. Fans got a glimpse of the same in 2018 in Fury vs Wilder 1. Moreover, as Wilder will also remember it, he may look to concoct a strategy to allow him to get into a position to land one fight-ending strike.

As Tyson Fury is the favorite, Deontay Wilder will have to bring in the miracle. He is 1-0 down against Fury in 2 fights and it’s his last guaranteed shot at the WBC belt. The action will unfold at the T-Mobile Arena on July 24.


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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.