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Fans Genuinely Can't Believe The Size Of Deontay Wilder's Legs In New Training Picture

Fans Genuinely Can't Believe The Size Of Deontay Wilder's Legs In New Training Picture

Fans shocked at recent picture of Deontay Wilder.

Boxing fans can't believe the size of Deontay Wilder's legs as he returns to training following his crushing defeat to Tyson Fury last year.

The 36-year-old hasn't fought since his devastating knockout loss to Fury back in October 2021.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

But 'The Bronze Bomber' has returned to training ahead of his highly-anticipated comeback.

He was pictured at the UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas with former world champion boxer Badou Jack.

'The Ripper' shared an image of him with Wilder, accompanied with the caption: "Good to see @BronzeBomber back in the gym today."

Though the picture of Jack and Wilder has gone viral for all the wrong reasons on social media.

People online have been left stunned at Wilder's tiny legs.

One tweeted: "His legs are ridiculous!"

A second wrote: "His finger is thicker than his ankles jeeeeez."

A third added: "Stop skipping leg day 'Bomber'."

A fourth commented: "Hardest punch and skinniest legs in heavyweight division FACT."

Wilder was in attendance for Dana White's Contender Series at the UFC Apex on Tuesday.

Speaking after his show, the UFC president revealed that the ex-WBC heavyweight kingpin is training at the UFC Apex.

"I didn't see him I knew he was coming," said White during the post-fight press conference.

"I think Deontay Wilder is training here for his fight. I think he is training at the Apex for his next fight, Deontay Wilder is a tough dude man and it is fun to watch him fight.

"I like him and I respect him."

Wilder is currently on a two-fight losing skid, having surrendered the WBC world heavyweight title to Fury back in February 2020.

He appears to be plotting his ring return, with Fury and Oleksandr Usyk currently ruling the heavyweight division.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy/Twitter

Topics: Boxing, Deontay Wilder