WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder in the past has brought up death and injuring people in the ring before some of his fights before.

It’s not new unfortunately.

When questioned about these type of brutal statements by journalists in the past Wilder would often point to the fact that he is a different character known as ‘The Bronze Bomber’ before his fights.

He’s give this as his excuse for some of his questionable choice of language regarding injuring opponents in the ring and say usually say it is due to this personality change before his bouts.

This despite the fact that many boxers have been seriously injured in the ring over the years with some sadly also having lost their lives while fighting.

Ahead of his latest bout against Dominic Breazeale next month (two boxers that truly detest one another) Wilder has dropped some of this brutal language once again in a post on Instagram.

Speaking a short time ago he issued the following post making reference to a body bag towards the end:

“I’m about to go to war…
So I meditate.
Hoping this boiling water wash
Away my pain & aches.
As the weeks fall and the 
Months roll by, this nice guy
Ain’t so nice Na
The Universe is speaking I must
Obey, while God held my hands and led the way. 
The saying is:
If a life is taken then 
one is Created, 
then I might as well reserve 
A body bag and have a little 
Deontay on the way.
-Bad Intentions.”

Wilder and Breazeale have a long history with one another following an altercation that took place not between the two in a hotel lobby.

It was also one that involved family members and that led to a civil court case at one point afterwards.

The two men will be able to settle their differences in the ring next month with the fight taking place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on May 18th.

Going into the fight 33-year-old Wilder currently holds a professional boxing record of 40-0-1 (39KO).

Breazeale (also 33) holds a record of 20-1 (18KO).

The fight will not be on pay per view and will be shown live on regular Showtime in the US.