Wilder says that Axed Mark Breland is STILL with him after he fired his trainer because he threw in the towel
“I understand my corner and team has my greatest interest in heart and soul.”
- Former WBC champion Deontay Wilder will not fire his trainer Mark Breland
- Breland threw in the towel in the seventh round of Wilder’s fight with Fury
- Wilder will activate the rematch clause to complete the trilogy with Fury
Deontay Wilder has decided to stay with his trainer Mark Breland after initially firing him after the defeat to Tyson Fury.
The former WBC heavyweight champion announced that he would leave Breland after he threw the towel in the seventh round against Fury to end the fight.
Wilder even brutally left his trainer in this dressing room after the defeat in tears.
Mark Breland is still with Deontay Wilder even though Wilder fired him after the defeat of Tyson Fury
Breland threw in the towel in the seventh round a lot to Wilder’s disgust
Many believe the trainer has made the right choice and Wilder has since said he will stay with him
However, many thought that Breland had made the right decision because Wilder had undergone brutal abuse and prevented a potentially serious injury to the American.
I am a warrior, “said the American. “I feel the same way I felt during a fighting night. When I go outside, I want to go outside on my shield. I understand that my corner has my greatest interest. Mark Breland is still part of the Wilder team.
“Our team is looking forward to the rematch.”
Wilder is preparing to activate the rematch clause with Tyson Fury to complete until trilogy
He sent a video to his fans claiming “he will rise again” after his seventh round stoppage
Wilder is preparing to activate the rematch clause in his contract, causing him to fight Fury for the third time in an attempt to win back his WBC belt.
“I just want you to know that I am here,” Wilder said to his fans in a video message. “Your king is here and we are not going anywhere, because the war has just begun.
“I’ll get up again. I am strong. I’m a king – you can’t take my pride. I’m a warrior.
“I am a king who will never give up. I am a king who will fight to the death.
“And if someone doesn’t understand that, don’t understand what it’s like to wage war, don’t understand what it’s like to fight.”