Dominic Breazeale vows to knockout Deontay Wilder on May 18
There is plenty of bad blood between Dominic Breazeale and Deontay Wilder ahead of their May 18 showdown in New York.
The pair were involved in a brawl at a hotel in Alabama back in February 2017 after Breazeale had claimed a knockout win on the undercard of Wilder’s win over Gerald Washington.
Breazeale has previously claimed he was attacked in front of his wife by Wilder’s entourage – and he has now claimed he can “never forgive” his rival.
The 33-year-old is preparing for his second world title shot after being knocked out by Anthony Joshua in his only defeat back in 2016.
And he says he is determined to ensure Wilder pays the price for their past Alabama incident when they step into the ring.
“I can’t wait to get my hands on him. What he did in Alabama in front of my family, I can never forgive him for nor will I ever forget,” said Breazeale.