Fury stopped Wilder in the 11th round in October to end their trio, having also finished the American in February 2020 following the opponents’ initial draw in December 2018.
After the pair’s second bout, Wilder listed a number of reasons why he lost – some related to Fury’s performance – but he appeared to have learned his lesson from the match. most recent.
Talking about his fiancée Telli Swift Podcasts, Wilder said: “I’m feeling great, I’m doing great.
“We didn’t get what we wanted, but we still got something out of it.
“I think we got something bigger than a win. I’m grateful for that, I’ve been blessed along the way.
“With that being said, there’s nothing to complain about; We just move forward. You get to a certain point… when we humans feel like we’re at a dead end or a failure, we think: ‘This is what’s for us.
“But when you’re walking along your journey, it shouldn’t be: ‘This is it.’ For me, this is not it; this is just the beginning. The best is yet to come from me. ”
Wilder, 36, expressed his intention to continue fighting, saying: “I still love the sport of boxing.
“Even though I’ve accomplished a lot – more than I could have imagined – I still have goals in the sport, which is why I still love it.
“I am looking for ways to accomplish goals that are still open to me.
“I broke my arm, so I’m in treatment right now. When this is over, I will definitely continue training.
“Boxing is a year round sport, so you have to be prepared, you have to be ready. After this, I’m looking to get right back to it. “
Wilder was the WBC heavyweight champion from 2015 to 2018, losing the title in his second meeting with Fury.
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