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Wilder Sends Message To His Haters As He Prepares For Trilogy Fight

Wilder Sends Message To His Haters As He Prepares For Trilogy Fight

Deontay Wilder has sent a message to his doubters and warned everyone that he's going to come back stronger, ahead of his third fight with Tyson Fury.

In Wilder's two fights against Fury he has been outboxed by the new WBC heavyweight champion and only drew the first fight thanks to his two knockdowns.

Ahead of the third fight most fans think the Bronze Bomber will need to change his tactics in order to beat the Gypsy King and he sent a warning to his haters not to 'count him out.' Posting on Instagram he said, "Don't count me out just yet, a true champion faces adversity and comes back stronger."

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So far much of what Wilder has said in the aftermath of the fight has been mocked or criticised with the 34-year-old giving some poor excuses to why he lost.

The Alabama native blamed his 45 lbs body suit that he walked to the ring in for his loss initially, claiming that none of the shots Fury landed hurt but it was just that his legs were gone.

There was also a conspiracy that the towel was thrown in on the advice of Anthony Dirrell, who shares a trainer with the Gypsy King.

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Wilder will get a third chance to finally beat Fury later this year after it was confirmed last week that he had activated the rematch clause the pair had in the contract for the second fight.

That is likely to take place in Las Vegas once again, sometime in July, and ended hopes of a fight between Fury and Anthony Joshua for now.

AJ will instead Kubrat Pulev, the mandatory challenger for his IBF title, in June at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Wilder was twice put down on the canvas by Fury. Image: PA Images
Wilder was twice put down on the canvas by Fury. Image: PA Images
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Between now and the summer Wilder has a lot to work on to make sure that he isn't once again outclassed by the man he claimed had 'pillows for fists.'

A third failed attempt to beat his rival would be a huge hammer blow to getting his world title back.

Can Wilder prove the haters wrong?

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

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