Former WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilde has confirmed he won’t be retiring from the sport of boxing. “The Bronze Bomber” made the statement during the unveiling of a statue of himself in Alabama, US.
Wilder, 35, hasn’t fought since October 2021 when he got KO’d by Tyson Fury for a second time in a row. Many believed Wilder could be hanging the gloves for good, but after a months of nothing but silence, now Deontay has spoken.
However, Wilder didn’t say when or where his next fight will be taking place.
“I can’t stop right here. I must continue my journey. I have to, I have to,” said Deontay ‘Bronze Bomber’ Wilder on Wednesday at the statue unveiling ceremony in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.