Deontay Wilder

After suffering back-to-back losses to Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder is prepared to return to the ring the next week in an effort to restore his reputation and career. Fury soundly defeated the Bronze Bomber, but he is back and prepared to fight once more.

Despite having 42 victories and 41 knockouts, Wilder was beaten by the “Gypsy King.” 
In October, Robert Helenius of Finland, who has a 31-3 record, will be his opponent.

Wilder will be the overwhelming favorite despite his recent struggles as he attempts to prolong his boxing career after briefly pondering retirement.

Wilder vs Helenius: Date and start time

 Deontay Wilder vs Robert Helenius date

On October 15, a 12-round heavyweight fight is scheduled to take place.

It will take place in Brooklyn, New York City, at the Barclays Center.

The main event’s ring walk is scheduled to begin at roughly 4 AM UK time.

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Wilder vs Helenius: TV channel and live stream

For UK coverage, no broadcaster has yet been named.

However, it will be broadcast on Fox Sports PPV in the US.

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Read More: Tyson Fury Has Sent a Message to Deontay Wilder that Reads, “Don’t Write Off.” Fight Round Four!

Wilder v Helenius: Undercard


  • MAIN EVENT: Deontay Wilder vs Robert Helenius
  • Caleb Plant vs Anthony Dirrell
  • Frank Sanchez vs Carlos Negron
  • Gary Antonio Russell vs Emmanuel Rodriguez

Wilder vs Helenius: What has been said?

Deontay Wilder: “I’ve been on a long path, and it still is as of today. “I pondered whether to stay out of the business or return to it numerous times.

“Once I received my statue in my hometown and witnessed the celebration that took place with me and my family, seeing all the emotions, including grown men sobbing in front of their young children and declaring that he is a real true king, made me feel that my job was not yet finished.

“So, here I am once more, eager to enter the ring once more. I am excited to visit Barclays Center because it is where I have delivered some of my most devastating knockouts and because I think of it as my second home.

“Where are all my Bombzquad members? Put on your battle gear now. And now, baby, let’s get to work. The bomb squad has returned! “I’m a different fighter than Fury, so he [Wilder] is going to prepare differently,” said Robert Helenius.

“He gave Fury a strong battle in their most recent encounter. They were undoubtedly really difficult battles, but I believe he got better with each one.

“I saw him as a completely different fighter, and I am aware that people can evolve throughout a battle. Coming off a loss shouldn’t be a major issue for him because he has a lot of experience. It’s going to be a really, really excellent fight, in my opinion.


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