Deontay Wilder has not had an easy ten days.
The American big-hitter was absolutely torn to bits by Tyson Fury in their rematch bout in Las Vegas before embarrassing himself even further with some pretty weak excuses for his loss.
In truth, Fury just outboxed him and in the end, Wilder's corner had no choice but to throw in the towel to avoid him picking up a very serious injury.
Since that thoroughly forgettable at the MGM Grand, Wilder has found himself as the butt of many a joke, especially after his claim that his ring-walk costume was far too heavy and ended up costing him the fight.
The fact that Wilder once bragged to Joe Rogan that he trains in a vest that weighs more than the costume did really did not help his case and now, his comeback vow that he dropped on Instagram is getting similar treatment.
Wilder posted the message towards the end of last week vowing to 'rise again' after the beating he was handed by Fury, but, sadly, not very many people have taken him seriously.
In fact, well-known Youtube user Mojahed Fudailat has worked his magic with the message, turning it into a hilarious cartoon.
The video features Wilder sitting on a throne, reciting his message before being interrupted by the likes of Anthony Joshua and Fury.
You can check out the clip in the video below:
Wilder has since triggered a third fight with Fury which is expected to be held at the same venue in the summer.
The Bronze Bomber will certainly have to adapt if he wants to avoid another chastening defeat as it's clear for all to see that Fury has worked him out.
He simply can't afford another loss of that ilk and will be desperate to prove all the doubters wrong.
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