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Former WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has revealed the reason he lost to undefeated British Boxer Tyson Fury was because of his weak leg.
Jameela News recalls that the champion was heavily battered by the British boxer in the bout which held at the Staples in Las Vegas on Sunday night.
Fury who fought Wilder after drawing to him 14 months ago, staged his mark as the reigning undefeated champion with a Technical Knock Out (TKO) after inflicting deadly injuries on Wilder causing him to bleed from his ears and mouth on the seventh round.
During an interview after his shocking defeat to Fury, Wilder said he makes no excuses despite having an already weak leg before the fight.
When the American heavyweight champion was quizzed about the defeat, he pointed out that the best fight won adding that he was doing well.
His words, “My side, my coach, my team threw in the towel. I was ready to go out of my shield men.
“I had a lot of things going into this fight. My leg was already weak coming in but I make no excuses. I just wish my corner would let me win out on my shield. I’m a warrior and that is what I do.
“It is what it is and there’s no excuse. We are going to come back and be stronger.”
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Wilder drew the attention of international boxers after he challenged British boxer, Anthony Joshua, to a fight.
This online news medium understands that Joshua who debuted his first defeat to Mexican heavyweight Andy Ruiz Jnr. was benchmarked to fight against the winner of this fight which would have been Wilder, won Ruiz in a rematch in Diriya, Saudi Arabia.