Deontay Wilder has introduced that he’s now set a precise timeline for when he’ll retire from boxing.
The previous WBC heavyweight champion is at present making ready for his return following back-to-back defeats to Tyson Fury.
Wilder has confirmed that his comeback combat will happen on October 15.
He’ll face Finnish veteran Robert Helenius on this contest.
After that, massive fights await him towards the likes of Oleksandr Usyk, Anthony Joshua and the winner of Andy Ruiz Jr vs Luis Ortiz.
On Sunday night time, Wilder attended this combat to help his former foe Ortiz.
He beforehand teased that he might meet the winner, even when that led to a trilogy combat with the person he beforehand KOd twice.
Earlier than the principle occasion, Wilder appeared on the FOX Sports activities PPV broadcast and gave an interview to preview the Helenius combat.
It was at this level that he confirmed he’ll retire from the game within the not-too-distant future.
Wilder mentioned on the FOX PPV broadcast : “I can inform you now by the tip of [age] 40 I will likely be retired.
“I’ve obtained three years left.”
Wilder is at present 36 years outdated, however will flip 37 subsequent month, only a week after he faces Helenius.
The clock is ticking on his boxing profession and he’ll little question need to take advantage of the following three years.