Deontay Wilder could have surgical procedure for a damaged hand he suffered in Tyson Fury defeat.
Wilder was brutally knocked out by Tyson Fury in spherical 11 of their trilogy, which was his second consecutive defeat to the British boxer.
It was claimed that the American boxer had damaged his hand in the course of the battle, and can now obtain emergency surgical procedure subsequent week after returning residence to Alabama following the gruelling Las Vegas thriller.
His co-manager Shelly Finkel instructed SunSport: “Deontay broke his proper hand behind the third knuckle and he has to have that fastened subsequent week.
“He has to have surgical procedure, the knuckle is OK, it’s the bone behind the knuckle that broke. He’s sore however he was OK, he was residence yesterday.
“He’s therapeutic and at this level, if every little thing is OK, after the hand surgical procedure he’ll most likely look to enter the ring mid subsequent yr, like April or May.”
Wilder was instantly taken to hospital after the defeat, the place he had subsequent medical verify ups on his well being. And at that time they found Wilder had a suspected damaged hand.