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“He sets up an excuse for when he loses”: Deontay Wilder blows Tyson Fury for coach change

“He sets up an excuse for when he loses”: Deontay Wilder hits Tyson Fury after changing coaching team before their rematch

  • Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury compete against each other for a rematch of 22 February
  • Fury changed his coaching team after their first game in 2018
  • Fury replaced Ben Davison with SugarHill Steward, cousin of the late Emanuel
  • But Wilder claims that change is just a way to make an excuse in defeat

Deontay Wilder has warned Tyson Fury that he is not ready to hear excuses for losing if he comes to the top after their rematch this month.

The two will collide in Las Vegas on Saturday after their controversial draw in Los Angeles in 2018.

Since that night in LA, Fury has changed his coaching team by replacing Ben Davison with SugarHill Steward, cousin of the late Emanuel.

Deontay Wilder has warned Tyson Fury that he will not hear any excuses if he triumphs

Deontay Wilder has warned Tyson Fury that he will not hear any excuses if he triumphs

However, Wilder has made an exception to the movement and focus of the Brit on gaining strength and weight.

“Many of the things he does make me feel like he is making an excuse for when he loses,” Wilder said ThaBoxingVoice.

“The weight thing – I don’t want to hear about being out of shape or,” He didn’t have enough time to get in shape.

“All these trainers in the neighborhood – I don’t want to hear when I knock him out that:” If he had Ben it would have been better. “

The duo will compete against each other on Saturday in a rematch of their December 2018 meeting

The duo will compete against each other on Saturday in a rematch of their December 2018 meeting

The duo will compete against each other on Saturday in a rematch of their December 2018 meeting

“I don’t want to hear any excuses. I already have the feeling that all these things that happen are being apologized. We will see what happens. ”

In the first fight, Fury was dropped twice against the Bronze Bomber, but still hoped he had done enough on points to win the game.

Victory for Fury was denied by first-rate judges who scored a draw, and Wilder believes that the change in coaching team will do little to help Fury’s chances in their upcoming rematch where Wilder’s WBC title is at stake.

“Not me,” he added. “It looks like the Dominic Breazeale camp when they added Virgil [Hunter].

“If you have bad habits, it’s hard to correct this. Sometimes it takes years to correct bad habits.

“And it will take even longer if you are not used to it, if you have not worked with that person.”

Anger was dropped twice in the first LA fight, but the fight got a controversial draw

Anger was dropped twice in the first LA fight, but the fight got a controversial draw

Anger was dropped twice in the first LA fight, but the fight got a controversial draw

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