Floyd Mayweather offers to train Wilder ahead of trilogy fight against Fury

Floyd Mayweather offers to train Wilder ahead of trilogy fight against Fury

- Floyd Mayweather is interested in training Deontay Wilder to beat Fury

- Mayweather explained that he is ready to support his fellow countryman

- Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury are expected to meet in a trilogy soon

Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has offered to train fellow countryman Deontay Wilder so that he can overcome Tyson Fury in their big trilogy fight.

This offer comes after Deontay Wilder was beaten mercilessly in Las Vegas by Tyson Fury in which the Brit was declared as the winner in the seventh round of the epic fight.

Before his retirement, Floyd Mayweather was unbeaten in his 50 professional fights even though there are talks that he could be coming back to the ring.

Floyd Mayweather is now ready to assist Deontay Wilder in training if he agrees so that he can be taught some tricks that will help him to beat Tyson Fury according to the report on Daily Mail.

''If I train him I can teach him how to win,'' Mayweather explained according to the report also cited on Mirror and Sun UK.

Mayweather is known as the richest athlete in the world considering what he made in the game of boxing before he retired.

And after Deontay Wilder was defeated by Tyson Tyson, Mayweather took to social media to boost the morale of his fellow American.

Many fans were stunned on how Deontay Wilder was beaten by Tyson Fury in their recent fight considering how prepared the American confirmed himself to be then.

Tyson Fury started the fight well throwing dangerous punches to Wilder which gave him some injuries on the mouth and ear.

It was when the fight got to the seventh round that one of Deontay Wilder's coaches had to throw in the towel to accept defeat in which Fury was declared the winner.

Wilder however confirmed days after the fight that he will activate the rematch clause for him to face Tyson Fury again.

Earlier, YEN.com.gh had reported how Tyson Fury was ranked number one fighter in the heavyweight division following his flawless victory over Deontay Wilder in Las Vega on Sunday, February 23.

The Gypsy King totally outsmarted Bronze Bomber in the heavyweight showdown that went down in history, becoming the new WBC champion of the world far from his homeland in the United Kingdom.

During the sweat-boiling showdown that held at the iconic MGM Grand Garden Arena, Fury recorded an emphatic seventh-round stoppage over Deontay, leaving the ears and mouth of his opponent in bleed.

Wilder's corner had to throw in the towel as Fury became the WBC champion and remain undefeated with a perfectly clean sheet in 31 fights.

Source: Yen

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