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'At This Moment In Time Nobody Is Safe' - Says Deontay Wilder Prior His Ring Return

After an almost two-year hiatus from the ring, the renowned heavy hitter Deontay Wilder is making a promise to make his return soon, and he’s issuing a stern warning: “No one is secure.”

This Alabama-based heavyweight has taken a substantial break since his two grueling defeats to Tyson Fury in 2020 and 2021. During this time, he has engaged in less than one full round of boxing, where he managed to knock out Robert Helenius in the first round in October of the previous year.

The world is eagerly anticipating a much-discussed showdown between Wilder and Anthony Joshua in Saudi Arabia, scheduled for January 2024.

Meanwhile, ‘The Bronze Bomber’ sat down for an interview with Frenzee Broadcasting to shed light on the challenges he’s faced in finding opponents.

“I’ve had a lot of people run throughout my career cause of the power I possess.”

Wilder claims that the reason behind his inactivity stems from other fighters being apprehensive about stepping into the ring with him.

“People put things out there to make it out like they not running or not scared. But in reality, they scared. I got a lot of guys right now, we could have made great money but they dodged it. They don’t know I know.”

He refrained from revealing specific names but issued a final warning to all his fellow heavyweight contenders.

“Deep down in they heart, they know who it is. But it’s all good though because at this moment in time nobody is safe.

I think I’ve got three more years left but I’m gunna bless the world my last three years with some of the best fights they ever seen, the people they want. As long as they don’t run. We got them.”

A potential bout with Joshua would undoubtedly mark an exciting beginning to Wilder’s final chapter in the sport.

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