Wilder vs Fury 2: Deontay Wilder taken to hospital for examination following defeat to Tyson Fury
Deontay Wilder had been taken to hospital for evaluation after a stoppage defeat to Tyson Fury.
Wilder suffered seven rounds of punishmen t in Las Vegas on Saturday night since Fury produced a vibrant and brutal masterclass to become world heavyweight winner.
After losing his unbeaten record and also the WBC crown,’The Bronze Bomber’, who had been unhappy his corner threw in the towel, was not able to attend the post-fight press conference also was instead taken to a hospital to be checked on.
“Things like this happen. The best man won tonight,” Wilder told ESPN from the ring promptly after defeat.
“I was ready to head out on my own shield. I had a great deal of things. My leg was weak coming in, due to other matters that are small.
“I make no excuses. I wish that my corner would have let me go out on my own shield.
“I am a warrior and that’s what I do. No explanations. We come back stronger.”
Wilder’s coach Jay Deas explained how the end came and did attend to the post-fight presser.
“Mark Breland threw in the towel. I didn’t think he should have. Deontay is a’go out on your defense’ type of guy,” Deas revealed.
“Consider that Deontay is a fearsome puncher but he will always land a big shot.”