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Trainer Malik Scott Says Deontay Wilder Not Considering Retirement After Brutal KO Loss

Wibbitz Sports News
Wibbitz Sports News
Trainer Malik Scott, Says Deontay Wilder
Not Considering Retirement , After Brutal KO Loss.
BBC Sports reports that Deontay Wilder's head trainer said the fighter will not retire from boxing following a devastating knockout loss to Tyson Fury.
BBC Sports reports that Deontay Wilder's head trainer said the fighter will not retire from boxing following a devastating knockout loss to Tyson Fury.
Deontay has set his family financially secure
so he doesn't have to fight to make a living.
But retiring is not in his plans at all
and not something we've discussed, Malik Scott, via iFL TV.
Deontay has set his family financially secure
so he doesn't have to fight to make a living.
But retiring is not in his plans at all
and not something we've discussed, Malik Scott, via iFL TV.
Deontay has set his family financially secure
so he doesn't have to fight to make a living.
But retiring is not in his plans at all
and not something we've discussed, Malik Scott, via iFL TV.
On October 9, Wilder
was knocked out in
the eleventh round
by Fury in a bruising
back-and-forth WBC
world championship fight.
On October 9, Wilder
was knocked out in
the eleventh round
by Fury in a bruising
back-and-forth WBC
world championship fight.
It was Wilder and Fury's third fight.
The heavyweights first fought to
a controversial draw in December 2018.
The heavyweights first fought to
a controversial draw in December 2018.
In February 2020, Fury won the rematch
when Wilder's corner threw in the towel
in the seventh round.
In February 2020, Fury won the rematch
when Wilder's corner threw in the towel
in the seventh round.
The third bout saw both
men knocked to the canvas. .
The third bout saw both
men knocked to the canvas. .
Fury went down twice in the fourth round. .
Fury went down twice in the fourth round. .
Wilder hit the canvas in the third and 10th rounds
before a final knockdown in the 11th prompted
the referee to stop the fight.
Wilder hit the canvas in the third and 10th rounds
before a final knockdown in the 11th prompted
the referee to stop the fight

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