Who says boxers can’t put short poems together in the package of threats to their opponents?
It’s no secret that WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder and his next opponent Dominic Breazeale don’t get on. Far from it.
There’s plenty of history there following an outside the ring scuffle even involving family members which both boxers have a different version of events of.
Lawsuits and outside the ring punches aside, this is boxing at the end of the day and now the two apex athletes have an opportunity to set the record in the squared circle in the ultimate chamber of truth.
Wilder takes on Breazeale next up on Showtime (non pay per view) on May 18th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York in a fight.
Ahead of the bout he’s put together this short poem for Breazeale:
Short but it certainly rhymes.
If his record is anything to go by Wilder will come into this as a strong favorite to indeed get the job done inside the distance.
Having said that, he knows he can’t afford any slips ups with possible super fights against Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua awaiting before the year is out however.
Moreover, he’ll also be facing a super motivated Breazeale following everything that has gone on.
33-year-old Wilder currently holds a professional boxing record of 40-1-39KO.