🚨 Deontay Wilder makes huge promise about Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk fight

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Deontay Wilder has claimed he is willing to fight Oleksandr Usyk if Tyson Fury pulls out of the fight again.

The undisputed clash has a new date of May 18th after two previously arranged dates were postponed.

It is believed that the Ukrainian will get to pick an opponent should the β€˜Gypsy King’ not be able to fight him and Deontay Wilder has thrown his name into the hat to face him.

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Wilder speaking to ESNews said: β€œI’m ready, I’m always ready for whoever no matter what. No matter how much training I’ve got, whether I’m three weeks in or eight weeks in, it doesn’t matter, I’m a fighter.

β€œI’m really putting myself up against anyone. I’m still that motherf***er man, don’t get it twisted. We’re putting all the stuff back together.

β€œI at one point in time lost the love for this business. The success did a lot to me because it really took me out of my element.

β€œI used to be a gym rat instead of just coming to the gym whenever I have fights.

β€œAll of it’s changed, I’ve rededicated myself back to this s***, I’m in the gym now and taking it like a job now.”

Wilder is coming off of a surprising defeat to Joseph Parker where he was comfortably defeated in a wide points decision loss.

Would you give Wilder a chance against the Ukrainian heavyweight? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Wilder only needs to land one of his thunderous right hands and that’s all she wrote. Landing is the difficulty but I’m certain Wilder could easily beat Usyk. Wilder has frightening power. That hasn’t gone away. As an unmotivated fighter, he lost to Parker who had been given amazing tips by Fury to negate the right hand. People disputing Wilder as not having a credible record need to watch his fights. He was number one with the WBC! This is the most prestigious belt. A motivated, hungry Wilder knocks every contender out. Even an unmotivated Wilder can knock out 98 per cent of current heavyweights.

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