- Deontay Wilder will not be firing coach Mark Breland
- Mark Breland threw the towel in his fight against Tyson Fury
- Fury was however declared winner following Mark's action
American boxing legend Deontay Wilder has finally decided not to fire coach Mark Breland who threw in the towel in his recent fight against British boxer Tyson Fury.
Deontay Wilder suffered an embarrassing defeat against Tyson Fury in America in which the Englishman was declared winner in the seventh round of the fight.
The way Tyson Fury started the fight against Deontay Wilder even made people to believe he would win as he inflicted dangerous punches on his opponent.
But Deontay Wilder on the other hand was so strong to have fought on to the seventh round despite injuries sustained.
When the fight however got the seventh round, Tyson Fury was still throwing dangerous blows in which Mark Breland had to throw in the towel for the referee to stop the duel.
After that was done, Tyson Fury was declared the winner of the big heavy weight fight.
Deontay Wilder was not happy with the decision of Mark Breland to have thrown in the towel and said out of anger after the fight that there would be serious consequence.
And now, the 34-year-old has decided to keep working with Mark saying that he has gotten the reason that made him to do what he did.
''My shield. But I understand my corner and my team has my best interest at heart. Mark Breland is still a part of Team Wilder," he said.
Wilder will now be preparing for his trilogy against Tyson Fury in what is expected to be another explosive fight.
The very first time they met, the fight ended in a draw before Tyson Fury inflicted first ever career defeat on Wilder during their second battle.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh had reported how former WBC champion, Deontay Wilder, vowed to regain his heavyweight belt, declaring that 'the war has just begun' in a poetry-like message to his ardent fans.
Wilder's reign as heavyweight king was brought to a disappointing end on Sunday, February 23, at the iconic MGM Grand Garden Arena with a seventh-round stoppage.
The Bronze Bomber failed to replicate his long-established dominance, losing the control of the game from the first bell to the Brit and it took the intervention of his coaching crew to save him from Fury's brutality.
The 34-year-old later claimed that his expensive 40-pound majesty-like costume used during his ring walk into the fight against Fury was responsible for his defeat.