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Deontay Wilder Impresses Fans With Latest Training Video

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Deontay Wilder Impresses Fans With Latest Training Video

Deontay Wilder has shown off his latest skills in a new training video, and fans are excited by his improvement since losing to Tyson Fury last year.

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Even before Wilder had his two fights with Tyson, a draw in 2018 and a loss in 2020, fans and pundits had questioned the American's boxing skills.

The Bronze Bomber was known for his incredible knockout power, winning 41 of his 42 wins inside the distance, but it was thought that the intelligence of Fury's skills could cause him problems.

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That was the case in both fights, although in the end the Gypsy King finished things by showing his own power, no matter what the American's excuses were.

Wilder has reportedly been paid a lot of money to step aside and let Fury face Anthony Joshua at some point this year.

However, with that fight potentially stalling, the 35-year-old could be back in the mix, with Fury itching to fight, and a new video of him training has got fans very excited, and it looks like he might not be 'untrainable.'

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One fan, who was super excited by Wilder's latest development, commented, "HOLY SHIT BENT KNEES DOUBLE JABS SLIPS DIPS AND PIVOTS.......EVEN IK THATS A PROBLEM AND IM A JOSHUA FAN."

Another said, "I just realized this is the first time I have seen Wider did this. This is impressive this is the best training footage of wilder there is IMO."

A third opined, "That's honestly what he had to practice on...I remember watching his older workouts thinking to myself wtf are they training on he looked sloppy."

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A fourth added, "If you think Deontay Wilder was a beast before, I can only imagine how dangerous he is boxing!"

And a fifth exclaimed, "What the hell, we aint seen wilder in a year and he comes out looking like a real boxer, lets go."

The last time Wilder was in action he was being out fought, out boxed and out thought by Fury. Image: PA Images
The last time Wilder was in action he was being out fought, out boxed and out thought by Fury. Image: PA Images

Just last week, a picture from Wilder's training session went viral with fans claiming that it was obvious he'd 'skipped leg day.'

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The new footage though suggests that a new, better, version of the 2008 Olympic bronze medalist is ready to get involved with the heavyweight division again.

He'll be looking to potentially avenge the one defeat on his brilliant record and come looking for a world title once more.

Featured Image Credit: FightHype.com

Topics: Heavyweight boxing, Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Boxing, Deontay Wilder

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