Deontay Wilder has no plans to retire, the American boxer’s coach Malik Scott mentioned, after he was knocked out by Briton Tyson Fury of their WBC heavyweight world championship battle on Saturday.
Fury (31-0-1) weathered the early storm to outbox Wilder and landed the decisive blow within the eleventh spherical to shut out their trilogy and remain the undefeated lineal champion.
“Deontay has set his household financially safe so he doesn’t should battle to make a residing,” Scott advised iFL TV.
“However retiring is just not in his plans in any respect and never one thing we’ve mentioned.”
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Scott mentioned Wilder (42-2-1) deserved to have extra high-level fights and be concerned in predominant occasions.
“Deontay was nice on Saturday, however Fury was even larger — it was an incredible night time of boxing for the heavyweight division,” he added.
“You must give Fury credit score for having chin and getting up. Fury is a legend, top-of-the-line within the heavyweight division in any period, and it’s the identical about Deontay.”
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