Breland Breaks His Silence On Wilder Conspiracy Claims: Spiked The Water? Come On Now, Only Foolish People Come Out With Stuff Like That

Former welterweight champ and sacked former co-trainer of Deontay Wilder, Mark Breland is known as one of the classiest, most honest guys in the sport. It was, then, one helluva shock to the mild-mannered, softly spoken Breland when he suddenly found himself at the centre of wild conspiracy theories regarding Deontay Wilder’s stoppage loss to Tyson Fury.

As fans know, Breland threw in the towel in the seventh round almost a full year ago, when Wilder, thoroughly beaten, was taking yet more punishment. Not too long afterwards all hell broke loose, with claims of “loaded gloves,” “spiked water,” and “disloyalty” coming firstly from Wilder fans and then from Wilder himself. Breland was fired by Wilder and, aside from a short message he placed on social media, the fired co-trainer remained silent. But now, in speaking with The Fight Is Right, Breland has defended himself in full.

“With Deontay and I, that’s a part of boxing I guess. His career is done now, so, I’m done and he’s done. I’m done with him,” Breland said. “I wish him well and that’s it. [He’s] only got his power and we’ll see how far that takes him, that’s all I’m gonna say.”

So is Wilder “done,” or will the former WBC heavyweight champ fight again? If Breland knows, he isn’t saying. But with regards to the outlandish claims that he

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“spiked Wilder’s water,” the former amateur great held nothing back.

“I mean, so many people know me, my character speaks for itself. Spiked the water? If you’re looking at the tapes or whatever, you don’t even see that water in my hand. Someone else is giving him the water,” Breland said. “And regardless of that, I’m there to help you. My attitude is, ‘When you win, I win.’ I’ve seen some foolish people talking to me about that fight. Come on now, only foolish people come out with stuff like that because it’s crazy. If you know me, you know me.”

With regards to the “loaded gloves” accusations, Breland says he “saw nothing,” adding how Wilder’s head trainer Jay Deas “was stood right there” when Fury was getting his hands wrapped. However, Breland did not exactly flatter Deas with his comments.

“I doubt it very much, I don’t know, I never seen nothing,” Breland said of the “loaded gloves” issue. “Jay Deas was standing right there when the man was getting his hands wrapped. If they put something in there, either Jay’s blind or..? Jay’s right there when he’s getting his hands wrapped and he didn’t say nothing. But to be honest, that’s how much he knows about boxing. Hell, he probably could’ve put a cast up in there and he wouldn’t have known.”

Breland also gave details regarding Wilder’s training routine, informing us how Wilder “never hit the speed bag,” “don’t jump rope,” and, “don’t hit the heavy bag.” Breland also stated that, “If I boxed the guys he boxed, I’d beat them.”

It really is a shame Breland was treated so badly by Wilder. Now, in coming out with the truth as he has done, Breland can probably expect more wrath from Wilder and his passionate fans. The fight of February 22, 2020 and it’s aftermath in particular, must go down as one of the ugliest episodes in recent heavyweight boxing history.

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8 thoughts on “Breland Breaks His Silence On Wilder Conspiracy Claims: Spiked The Water? Come On Now, Only Foolish People Come Out With Stuff Like That”

  1. You Win Some and You loss Some. However, life is about adjustment. You go back to drawing board study the films determine what mistake you made ; make the adjustments and move forward and be prepared for your next opportunity. “The will to win is not as great as the will to prepare to win!!!”

  2. It’s incredible how such a dynamic, hard hitting fighter with such heart is still claiming that his losses were iligitimate. Brother, You lost. Simple. That’s just the way it works. Nothing mysterious. Also, me having Been a former fighter it’s very difficult dealing with a loss of such magnitude. In addition, It’s also difficult for a boxer to meet that one person who has their number no matter what the circumstances and accept it. Wilder is an excellent fighter but has flaws that were exposed as so happens with EVERY FIGHTER IN THE WORLD SOONER OR LATER!!!!!!!. The man ,like Joshua, has trouble fighting moving backwards, It’s a common problem for heavy punchers who depend on their power like Wilder. Hands down Fury capitalized TWICE even after facing adversity. Wilder is so much fun to watch in the ring but lacks talent although has extra ordinary power that can take you only so far when facing the elete. That’s why they are the elete!!!!.

  3. It’s incredible how such a dynamic, hard hitting fighter with such heart is still claiming that his losses were iligitimate. Bro, You lost. Simple. That’s just the way it works. Nothing mysterious. Also, Being s former fighter it’s very difficult dealing with a loss of such magnitude. In addition, It’s also difficult for s boxer to meet that one person who has their number no matter what the circumstances. Wilder is an excellent fighter but has flaws that were exposed as so happens with EVERY FIGHTER IN THE WORLS SOONER OR LATER!!!!!!!. The man ,like Joshua, has trouble fighting moving backwards, It’s s common problem for heavy punchers who depend on their power like Wilder. Hands down Fury capitalized TWICE even after facing adversity. Wilder is so much fun to watch in the ring but lacks talent although has extra ordinary power that can take you only so far when facing the elete. That’s why they are the elete!!!!.

  4. Wilder simply can’t handle a loss. Fury was the better fighter and nothing more. Wilder may have a lot of punching power but damn is he mentally weak. He’s making every excuse known to man. I’m not sure the guy should fight again. Another loss could do permanent damage to his mental stability.

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