Deontay Wilder suffered an injury to his bicep during his February 22nd bout with British heavy weight champion Tyson Fury.
The 34-years-old reveals that the injury suffered from the fight made it impossible for him to train till now.
Th Bronze Bomber had to succumb to his first career defeat, a loss which came with an injury he required surgery to correct. Wilder held the WBC tittle from 2015 before losing it to Tyson Fury at the famous MGM area.
The third bout between Wilder and Tyson is been considered. However, the probability of the bout taking place this year is slim as the whole world is battling the scorge of Coronavirus.
The trilogy was billed to happen sometimes in October, but with current situation a much realistic date will be anytime in 2021.
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