Deontay Wilder trainer Jay Deas

By Przemek Garczarczyk

Deontay Wilder’s trainer Jay Deas talks about the “Bronze Bomber’s” fight preparation, his state of mind before Saturday’s bout vs. Fury, his generational power + battle scars he’s wearing training with the biggest puncher in the game.

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  • Kudos to Wilder for keeping his original trainer Jay Deas. Also having the greatest amateur boxer of the 80s in Mark Breland on his team.

    BTW I am not the biggest fan of Wilder’s mini me tuff guy bro Marsselos “the chin” Wilder

  • Who the hell was that guy who fought Fury last Saturday, It resembeled Wilder, sounded like Wilder and even was cocky like Wilder always is… BUT he didn’t fight like Wilder he fought as if he had NO confidence and couldn’t (NOR wouldn’t) alter his game plan after getting battered around…. What the hell was going on in his mind, because he didn’t fight like he always does…. With that tarnished image and extremely poor performnce let’s face it, DOES it really matter if there is another fight between these two, because if there is, I can’t see Fury losing….

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