By Bombo Ponciano ‘John’ Melo Jr -October 24, 2020 | 7:30 AM
Suffering his first professional defeat in a humiliating way in February, Deontay “Bronze Boomer” Wilder still eager to make his trilogy with Tyson Fury in December.
The new WBC heavyweight champ earlier said that he would no longer fight Wilder because Wilder’s contract has expired, and no words are coming from their camp.
Wilder and company have been very quiet for the past months after evading the media and being highlighted.
No one knows Wilder’s real status but a close source stated that Wilder expects the Fury-Wilder III in December, and the talks are ongoing.
Raphael Akpejiori, who is training alongside Wilder’s strength and conditioning coach, added that Wilder would be there fighting Fury in December no matter where the arena is.
If recalled, their rematch was highly anticipated, but Fury shoved the then-unbeaten American.
Owning Wilder for seven rounds was humiliating but what made Wilder furious was that his corner threw the towel.
He felt like he can and will continue to fight whether he will be knocked out.
Frustration was evident in Wilder after the fight; he vanished from the eyes of the many.
Months after recovering from the damage Fury unleashed, Wilder quietly went back to his training and conditioning. Up until this moment, it is still unknown to how in shape he is, thinking that it is only two months away from December.
Is he trying to remain hidden and surprise Fury and everyone in their trilogy?
Or will there be any trilogy?