Deontay Wilder's words may worry Joseph Parker: I'm training to be a killer

"It's a crazy feeling to have knowing you're a dangerous man"

by Sead Dedovic
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Deontay Wilder's words may worry Joseph Parker: I'm training to be a killer
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December 23 will be an opportunity for Deontay Wilder to show the world his qualities. His opponent will be Joseph Parker. Deontay Wilder is aware that this will be a great chance for him to win and try to secure a match with Anthony Joshua.

Deontay's words may worry Parker. Namely, this great boxer trains like this 'to become a killer' He is ready to do his best to show his other side and dominate his opponent.

It's a crazy feeling when you change from regular you to a fighter.

You go through all this training, all the sparring, and all you're talking about is hitting, and you're causing damage to your sparring partners - overtime it accumulates in your mind - I'm training to be a killer. It changes the mindset.

It's a feeling that I enjoy having. It's a crazy feeling to have knowing you're a dangerous man, you're a walking weapon, and in any given moment of time you can bring harm and damage and danger to anyone," Wilder said to Instant Casino, as quoted by boxingscene.com!

Deontay Wilder on his mindset

Wilder decided to make big changes in his career, especially when it comes to mindset. His aggressive side of personality is getting stronger and stronger. Wilder realized that with such a mindset he could only become unstoppable.

He is ready to release the energy he keeps in himself during the match with Parker. Listening to Wilder's statements, we cannot help but be interested in the match that we will have the opportunity to watch soon. Wilder is a true warrior who really aims for the biggest goals.

"My mindset at this moment and time in camp when I'm like this is: I get more aggressive, I get more of an aggressive attitude, I'm easily aggravated, I'm real serious when I'm deep in camp and my mind has changed, knowing I've got a mission to accomplish.

I like the adrenaline rush from it. And I'm looking forward to releasing that feeling on the night of the fight. It's not trapped inside and thank God, I don't want to walk around every day of my life like this. Ready to just whoop someone”.

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