‘It’s just dark he hate to see that s*** man’ – Brendan Schaub on the Deontay Wilder – Mark Breland controversy
TUSCALOOSA, AL - FEBRUARY 11: Deontay Wilder, 34-year-old WBC Heavyweight meets the press at the Skyy Boxing gym on February 11, 2020 Tuscaloosa. Alabama. The media session was held ahead of his upcoming Heavyweight title bout against Tyson Fury on February 22nd in Las Vegas. At the Skyy Boxing gym in his hometown of Tuscaloosa. Alabama. (Photo by Neville Elder/Corbis via Getty Images)

‘It’s just dark he hate to see that s*** man’ – Brendan Schaub on the Deontay Wilder – Mark Breland controversy

Deontay Wilder has been completely out of sorts, since his loss to Tyson Fury.

Deontay Wilder (L) and Mark Breland (R) during ‘that’ night at MGM Grand Garden Arena

Deontay Wilder had a forgetful 2020. He suffered the first loss in his glorious boxing career at the hands of Tyson Fury at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, on the 22nd of February (almost a year, to this day). The defeat completely shattered him, and he began giving a truckload of excuses like – his water was spiked by his trainer, heavy ring-walk costume, early ‘throwing in the towel’, and what not.

What followed was a nasty spat between himself and his trainer Mark Breland (now ex), which led to Wilder firing the largely ‘experienced’ Breland. Of late, every interview Wilder has been featuring in – he goes hysteric.

Speaking about this in his own channel Below the Belt; former UFC Fighter Brendan Schaub revealed that it was sad to see a fighter and his coach be at loggerheads, with each other, also touching upon the fact, of the bond coaches and fighters share.

So for them to sh** on each other is just, that’s vile s*** man

Brendan Schaub was quoted as saying, “It’s just dark he hate to see that s*** man. All the sh*** those guys have been through. Coaches and their fighters are so close. They are staying at hotels together, they are going through training camp together, you both are sacrificing your family life together. So there’s this bond, so for them to sh** on each other is just, that’s vile s*** man.”

The best thing Wilder can do is, to get back in the ring. He hasn’t fought since ‘that’ night at MGM Grand Garden Arena. A fight against Dillian Whyte seems to be looming at large, although Dillian has a behemoth of an opponent, in the form of Alexander Povetkin, before further proceedings.

What do you think the future holds for Deontay Wilder?

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