“Yo Power and Agility Is Unstoppable”: Fans Join Claressa Shields in Hyping Up Deontay Wilder After Being Impressed by Recent Training Footage From Joseph Parker’s Fight Camp

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The long-awaited return of Deontay Wilder is nearly over! The ‘Bronze Bomber’ will grace the square ring on 23 December against Joseph Parker in Kingdom Arena, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Recently, a training clip of the Tuscaloosa resident for the Parker fight camp surfaced online, leaving fans and experts awe-struck. One of those experts, a popular name in boxing – Claressa Shields.

Wilder has been out of the ring since his last fight against Robert Helenius, where he won the match via first-round knockout. However, Wilder’s performance wasn’t nearly as good in his three prior fights against Tyson Fury. So, the boxing world had speculated a sensational return to the ring against someone like Anthony Joshua. While that’s not the case, it’s a return nonetheless. So, when the clip went live on Instagram – fans poured in to hype up Wilder.

Turning to Instagram, the 43-2-1 Heavyweight shared the clip alongside a message. He wrote, “You can do anything in this world. You just have to want to do it. Let’s gooooooooo *f!” Since the post went live on the platform, it has collected over 19K hearts and nearly 900 comments.

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While other users praised Wilder’s moves, Claressa ‘The GOAT’ Shields decided to comment on the music used in the clip. “The song is [fire emoji],” wrote Shields.

One user claimed Wilder will prove his haters wrong in the upcoming fight. The user commented, “Wilder gonna shut you haters up. BombSquad forever.”

Another user questioned how Wilder is able to move like that. “Why is a heavyweight moving like that,” wrote the user.

Someone else suggested Wilder’s power and agility is unparalleled. “Yo, power and agility is unstoppable,” remarked the user.

The next user claimed Wilder was too fast and strong. “Too strong, too fast,” the user wrote. While fans sing praises for the ‘Bronze Bomber,’ Otto Wallin suggests Wilder might face issues defeating Parker.

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