Deontay Wilder promises massive fights before ending his career

Deontay Wilder shares his plan for the last phase of his career.

by Aryan Lakhani
Deontay Wilder promises massive fights before ending his career
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Deontay Wilder revealed that he still has three years left in the tank; during the ending phase of his career, he vows to give fans the best matches. Wilder is committed to fighting anyone as long as the opponents are equally committed.

Before the end of 2023, we can most likely see Deontay Wilder show up to fight. There have been talks about a potential fight between Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua; only time will tell if the matchup materializes. There are many fighters rapidly growing in the heavyweight division who could also turn out to be one of Wilder's future opponents, like Joy Joyce, Zhilei Zhang and Jared Anderson.

Deontay Wilder on his future

In a recent interview with Frenzee broadcasting, Deontay Wilder explained how he will tackle the ending phase of his career. "When you're in the business that I'm in, and you're going up against someone with power, you worry about the consequences that's going to happen," Wilder said as quoted by

"Money is good, but you got to enjoy it. I'm going to bless the world my last three years with some of the best fights they ever seen, the people they want as long as they don't run. Of course, we have to say things and certain guys have to put out there to make it seem like 'I'm not running, I'm not a coward, I'm not scared.'

" Wilder explains why massive fights don't happen: "Of course, their promoters & managers and even themselves would put things out, Emotional garbage thrown, but in reality, they're scared. I got a lot of guys right now.

We could have made great money, but they dodged it. They don't know that I know. They know deep down in their heart who it is. At this moment in time, no one is safe. All the great fights will happen before the end of my career".

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