I wanted to assist him Eontay Wilder said after Robert Helenius’ knockout. When Deontay Wilder finally had his opportunity to address the media on Saturday night, his manner changed radically.
There were just three seconds left in the first round when the former WBC heavyweight champion scored a sensational and frightening knockout of Robert Helenius at the Barclays Center in New York. Wilder has lost two straight against Tyson Fury before this victory.
About Wilder’s Concern for His Pal, He Was Asked
Wilder was questioned about his worry for his buddy and former training partner’s health during the evening news conference, and he apologized. Wilder has always cared about the well-being of his competitors.
Like I usually say, fighters are done badly, therefore I’m a huge supporter of them. Taking part in an athletic competition is what we call a sport. This is not a game that you participate in. We put our lives in danger for your amusement, and I will always say that.
Although he is hundreds of miles away from me when you have a connection with a guy, when you love a man, and when you create a bond with another man, you want to come to their assistance when you witness things like that.
I wanted to help him, but they wouldn’t allow me, and that was well; I knew he just needed some space. This is a harsh industry, and my thoughts and prayers are with him as he tries to recover and return to his loved ones.
That’s why I preach that every combatant deserves respect. People are always preoccupied with records and such, saying things like “He lost, he’s a bum” and the like. So, stick your rear end in there and prove once and for all who the genuine bum is.
Every Time A Boxer Steps Into The Ring
Mainly because you don’t participate in this. This is not a game. Whenever a boxer enters the ring, we want them to treat us with the utmost respect.
No matter their background or track record, you must treat them with the utmost respect to prevent incidents like the one you just saw. Afterward, the listener exclaims, “Oh, it’s a wonderful knockout.”
It’s a tremendous knockout, devastating, and historic, but at what cost to the man? He could be doing well today, but what about tomorrow? How about in two weeks? Okay, how about next month? Perhaps in the far future.
Most boxing experts agree that Wilder is among the sport’s all-time greats. His knockout win against Helenius was the 42nd in his professional career.
“The Bronze Bomber” Lost It When Analyzing Saturday’s Outcome
His squad was already in a state of euphoria by his comeback victory, but “The Bronze Bomber” lost it while talking about the impact of Saturday’s outcome.
Wilder started crying as he spoke about Prichard Colon, who had severe brain damage in a fight in 2015 and has been cared for by his family ever since. What occurred is clear,” Wilder stated Consider.
This guy is childless. They don’t get it, and you guys don’t f****** understand what we’re going through. Even though I don’t know him well, I’ll always speak up for us since he’ll never know what it’s like to be a parent.
Being a parent is one of life’s greatest honors, but he will never have that title. Because he boxed to provide for his family, this guy lost whatever chance he had of ever regaining his natural abilities.
For the rest of his life, he will be dependent on his family for support. He would have provided for his family, and now they’re having to get government handouts and crap because he’s dead. There’s a lot I could elaborate on.
This is why it is not playable by you. That’s a major problem. This was Helenius’s second straight knockout defeat and the third in his career. The 14-year-record old’s dropped to 32 wins and four losses.
Wilder was concerned about the potential impact of this fresh setback on Helenius’s future health. Wilder expressed concern, saying, “We don’t know whether Robert is going to be the same after this.”
What I did was a job,” she said. When it comes to this kind of thing, I shine. My intention is not to dissuade anybody from living the way they now do. For the sake of my loved ones, I must also seek financial stability.
We know going in that there will always be a victor and a vanquished, and maybe a tie, but we do it nonetheless. But when they can’t work anymore, who will be responsible for them? If Robert is the primary provider for his family, what will happen if he becomes unable to work?
In other words, who foots the bill? In whose name does the monthly mortgage payment appear? There are children under his care; who will protect them?
We all know that when things aren’t going well, the folks who were there for you when you were successful and who gave you a victory kiss and a declaration of undying love are nowhere to be seen. How about you tell me where they are?