Deontay Wilder Will Be Back ‘No Later Than March, Fight In May’
Deontay Wilder isn’t stepping away from the boxing ring just yet.
That’s what his trainer Malik Scott told World Boxing News in a previous interview. Scott predicts that the “Bronze Bomber” will be back within the next few months, and probably fight sometime in the spring.
“In a few months, we’ll be back in camp, and he’ll be fighting. We should be back in camp, in my opinion, no later than March and fight in May,” Scott said.
“Or we may be back in camp before March. It all depends on how he recovers, how he’s feeling, how everything’s going.”
Weeks after that interview, Wilder joined star comedian Kevin on his show, “Cold as Balls,” where he said he had mixed feelings on returning to the sport.
“Should I push forward? Should I give it a go one more time? Or should I retire and focus on the other things I already have. Other things that I want to get into?” Wilder said on the show.
Still, Scott believes Wilder will come back for another round. His official Nevada suspension ends on April 8.