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Images Of Deontay Wilder's New Costume Revealed Online, It's 'Significantly Lighter'

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Images Of Deontay Wilder's New Costume Revealed Online, It's 'Significantly Lighter'

Images of Deontay Wilder's new costume for his trilogy bout against Tyson Fury have emerged online and it's 'significantly lighter', according to the designer.

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Wilder returns to action against Fury as he has the chance to regain the WBC world heavyweight title.

He lost his green and gold belt to the Brit last year, suffering a crushing seventh round stoppage in Las Vegas.

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Image: PA
Image: PA

'The Bronze Bomber' blamed his underwhelming performance on his heavy ring-walk attire, claiming it weakened his legs.

Well, he plans to wear another costume on Saturday - with images of his attire revealed.

Cosmo shared a post revealing the design of Wilder's costume, accompanied with the caption: "Are you ready for the Wilder Fury trilogy?

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"Check out the C&D sketches of the iconic costume designed for the one and only @bronzebomber."

However, Wilder's unique outfit will be 'significantly lighter' from the costume he wore in the rematch.

Cosmo told TMZ Sports: "It's going to be significantly lighter. So, we don't have any drama at all.

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"He looks so amazing. He was so happy... The outfit fits perfectly and he's ready to slay!

"It's red and black from the Nigerian tribe. The red means funeral - it's going to be Tyson Fury's funeral the next fight."

Image: PA
Image: PA

Fury slammed Wilder for his string of excuses and believes they made him a 'weaker' character.

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"I don't really make much of the excuses that were flying around for so long," he said.

"I think they just made him a weaker character and less of a man and less of a fighter because when you get beat, you get beat.

"Shake the man's hand and move on. Lots of fighters have lost. Muhammad Ali lost fights; Mike Tyson lost fights.

"It's what they do after they lose that makes them who they are. I don't really have a lot to say about what Deontay Wilder was saying."

Featured Image Credit: PA/Cosmo

Topics: Tyson Fury, Boxing, Deontay Wilder

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