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Former heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder says he will continue boxing career: 'I can't stop right here'

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Deontay Wilder made his professional debut in November 2008 and quickly established himself as the best and most exciting American heavyweight of his generation. Wilder won his first 40 fights, all but one by knockout, showing himself to be one of the biggest punchers in the history of the sport. In December 2018, in Wilder's 41st fight, Wilder fought Fury for the first time with the two men going to a split draw.
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'I Can't Stop Now,' Says Refreshed Deontay Wilder About Boxing Future

American boxing superstar Deontay Wilder has not made the public aware on his future plans since losing by TKO in the 11th round of his trilogy fight with undefeated British heavyweight Tyson Fury in October 2021. However, Wilder has recently broken his silence during the presentation of a life-sized statue of him, which will be displayed in front of the Tuscaloosa Visitor’s Center in Alabama.

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Former heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder says he will continue boxing career: 'I can't stop right here'

Wilder plans to fight on after two losses to Tyson Fury

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