Wilder vs Fury 2: Deontay Wilder taken to hospital following defeat to Tyson Fury in rematch
Deontay Wilder had been taken to hospital.
As Fury made a colorful and brutal masterclass to become world champion wilder suffered seven rounds of punishmen t in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
After dropping his unbeaten record and the WBC crown’The Bronze Bomber’, that was unhappy his corner threw in the towelwas not able to attend the post-fight press conference which was taken to a hospital to be checked over.
“Things like this happen. The best man won tonight,” Wilder told ESPN in the ring promptly after defeat.
“I was prepared to go out in my own shield. I had a great deal of things happening, coming into this struggle. My leg has been weak coming , due to things.
“I make no excuses. I wish that my corner would have let me venture outside on my own shield.
“I’m a warrior and that’s what I do. No excuses. We come back stronger.”
The trainer Jay Deas of wilder did attend the post-fight presser and clarified the end came .
“Mark Breland threw in the towel. I didn’t believe he should have. Deontay is a’head out on your shield’ kind of guy,” Deas shown.
“Contemplate that Deontay is a fearsome puncher but he can always land a big chance.”