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Deontay Wilder Return Coming Together, Helenius a Possible Option

The return of former WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder is still being worked on. Wilder, who recently returned to training, has been out of the ring since suffering an eleventh round knockout loss in his sensational trilogy fight with current WBC champ Tyson Fury, which took place last October in Las Vegas.
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New name on Deontay Wilder shortlist after Adam Kownacki loss

A new name was added to the Deontay Wilder comeback shortlist as Adam Kownacki lost the opportunity for a Brooklyn battle. World Boxing News reported that Kownacki was a consideration for Wilder’s return to New York later this year. Deontay Wilder shortlist. But Kownacki’s defeat at the hands of...
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Chisora Reacts To Fury's Statements, Stays Firm on Wanting Deontay Wilder

Heavyweight contender Derek Chisora has issued a reaction to the recent statements from WBC world champion Tyson Fury. Fury had fought and beaten Chisora on two occasions in the past. Over the years, the two boxers had become good friends. However, Fury feels he was betrayed when Chisora openly backed...
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Five fighters in need of a big win, including Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua

If 2021 was the year of the undisputed champion, then 2022 is shaping up as the year of the comeback. Several big-name boxers who suffered high-profile losses last year will compete for the first time in the second part of 2022. Others, like Danny Garcia, didn't compete in 2021. Adrien Broner isn't coming off a loss, but he is on the heels of a controversial victory over an unheralded opponent.
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Deontay Wilder Expected To Return In October

Former heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder may return to the ring once more. Boxing promoter Frank Warren recently announced that Wilder is looking to fight again in October. He did not specify where Wilder would fight or what network would broadcast the event. However, he did mention that Robert Helenius and Joe Joyce appear to be the most likely candidates to share the ring with him.
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Eddie Hearn warns Derek Chisora against ‘dangerous’ Deontay Wilder fight

Eddie Hearn has warned Derek Chisora of the dangers of fighting Deontay Wilder, after the British heavyyweight called out the former world champion last week.Chisora, 38, secured a split-decision win against Kubrat Pulev on Saturday, avenging his own split-decision loss to the Bulgarian from 2016.After the pair’s rematch in London, Chisora called out Wilder, who has not fought since his knockout defeat by Tyson Fury in October. That result marked the American’s second consecutive stoppage loss to Fury, against whom Wilder previously drew in a controversial 2018 clash.Prior to his trilogy against Fury, Wilder’s professional record stood at 40-0 (39...
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