British boxer Dillian white shared memories about the training camp of Wladimir Klitschko. According to white, once he was invited to train with Klitschko, along with Anthony Joshua and DevTeam Wilder.
According to white, Wilder sparring Klitschko ended for an American with a knockout.
I saw Klitschko knocked out Wilder. Vladimir was knocked out. He knew what happened. Wilder raised his hands up. During sparring Deontay pressed Vladimir, nozzles and went crazy. Klitschko engaged, actively working on the feet. Feint, feint, jab to the body, feint the jab, left hook and Wilder surrendered, it was over.
It was not a knockdown. It was a hard knockout. Wilder shrugged as follows. Perhaps this is why Wilder didn’t want to fight with Klitschko. Vladimir would have fought him like a Pro, but Deontay has never liked this idea
– white quoted by Sky Sports.
As you know, Deontay Wilder is the reigning world champion in superheavy weight under version WBC.
34-year-old American has spent on a professional ring 43 matches and scored 42 wins (41 by knockout).
Another fight Wilder ended in a draw. In December 2018, Deontay went the world with Tyson fury. Boxers will fight in a rematch in February.