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Deontay Wilder Makes Shock Confession Ahead Of Tyson Fury Trilogy Fight

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Deontay Wilder Makes Shock Confession Ahead Of Tyson Fury Trilogy Fight

Deontay Wilder has admitted that he has been unable to train as he required surgery on his bicep after his devastating defeat to Tyson Fury.

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The 'Gypsy King' delivered a boxing masterclass as he dropped Wilder twice -- once in the third and the other in the fifth -- en route to a sensational seventh-round TKO victory.

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Wilder and Fury were initially scheduled to complete their trilogy of fights in July, but the hotly anticipated rematch was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

However, KO artist Wilder has now revealed that he has been unable to train for their third bout due to injuries he sustained in the February mega-fight.

"Recovery [is] going well, I'm in therapy, I ended up injuring it during my last fight, somewhere up in there," Wilder told PBC Podcast.

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"But everything is going great with it. That's another thing, I'm focusing on recovery, getting myself back to full health."

Wilder, who controversially axed long-time trainer Mark Breland this month, has insisted that he is eager to return to training once his arm is healed.

The 'Bronze Bomber' explained: "Oh, yeah, I can't work out now. Once I get healed with my arm, I'm looking forward to just working out, being able to do the things I love to do.

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"Right now, I'm just sitting back and getting taken care of, all meals being prepared for me, a lot of catering now between my fiancee and all the kids around me. It's nothing we can complain of in this moment in time.

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"I know we all in the world are going through something together, it's the first time the world is going through the same things.

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"We all have to survive and I love being around my loved ones through these tough times."

Fury and Wilder's third fight is expected to be held in December, but the bout could be pushed back into early 2021.

The former WBC champ added: "Hopefully, this corona stuff be out the way and we can get back to camp and be ready to go again sometime at the end of the year."

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Topics: Tyson Fury, Bronze Bomber, Boxing News, Boxing, Gypsy King, Deontay Wilder

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