George Foreman in the not too distant past was linked with an advisor type coaching role for former WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.

It didn’t happen in the end but due to both American heavyweights having in some ways similar fight styles, perhaps it could be of benefit to Wilder.

Particularly ahead of his trilogy fight with lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury this summer in Las Vegas.

Fury won the last fight inside the distance and here is what Foreman said of the third fight on Twitter:

Wilder seems to be getting written off completely in some quarters at the moment.

He will be very dangerous.

More so than ever perhaps.

That right hand can turn anyone’s lights out at any time if it lands.

Not to be underestimated.

The winner is then expected to fight in an undisputed fight at the end of the year.

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