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Deontay Wilder has been doing ‘over 500 rounds on the pads’ to ‘challenge himself’


Deontay Wilder has been doing ‘over 500 rounds on the pads’ and ’30-40 rounds of NON-STOP’ boxing to ‘challenge himself’ ahead of his return to the ring against Robert Helenius following his trilogy defeat to Tyson Fury

  • Deontay Wilder will return to the ring on October 15 to face Robert Helenius
  • The Bronze Bomber hasn’t fought since his trilogy defeat to Tyson Fury last year 
  • He will be hoping to claim his 42nd KO against Helenius at the Barclays Center
  • Wilder has been pushing himself in training, doing over 500 rounds in the ring 
  • Helenius will head into next month’s bout on the back of consecutive victories  



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