Deontay Wilder’s sacked coach Mark Breland fires back at allegations and takes a pop at Anthony Joshua as he predicts Tyson Fury will ‘beat him up’

Mark Breland has come out firing after initially keeping his silence about the remarkable conspiracy claims Deontay Wilder hurled in his direction late last year.
Breland made a respectful statement on social media when Wilder decided to sack him as his trainer, but has now given his first interview on the matter.
Wilder sacked Breland towards the end of last yearGetty Images – Getty
In October, Wilder spoke out for the first time since March, accusing Tyson Fury of cheating in their rematch first by posting a video and statement on social media, and then following up with various interviews.
In the video, Wilder alleged the Brit tampered with his gloves to put his fist in an improper position.
He added that he believes Fury had a hard object concealed within his gloves to deal extra damage.
The American next claimed his water was spiked with muscle relaxers before the fight, potentially by his own co-trainer Breland.
He also pushed further accusations of disloyalty at Breland – who threw in the towel to end the bout – and sacked him as a result.
Fury floored Wilder twice and stopped him in round seven of their Las Vegas rematchMikey Williams/Top Rank
Breland told The Fight Is Right: “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.”
In response to a viewer comment, he added: “Well one thing you all like to say is that, ‘He’s got a lot of power and that’s all.’
“I wish him well and that’s it. Only got his power and we’ll see how far that takes him, that’s all I’m gonna say.”
The towel (in the foreground) was thrown by Deontay Wilder’s co-trainer Mark BrelandAFP or licensors
Regarding Wilder’s conspiracy accusations, Breland said: “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 ever see that water in my hand. Someone else is giving him the water.
“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.”
Wilder employed Breland, who is a former Olympic gold medallist and two-time world championGetty Images – Getty
When asked if he bought into the glove tampering allegations Wilder made against Fury, Breland added: “I doubt it very much, I don’t know, I never seen nothing.
“But still at the same time – he’s not gonna beat Tyson Fury regardless.
“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!”
The pair had worked together from Wilder’s pro debut
Breland also did not hold back when asked about Wilder’s level of opposition.
He declared: “If I boxed the guys he boxed, I’d beat them. That’s the bottom line.”
When countered about Wilder’s good wins against Luis Ortiz, Breland corrected: “You say he had some ‘good wins’? A good win.
“Just that fight, that was it.”
When asked if Wilder has a jab, Breland answered: “No.
“He used the jab one time in that fight with Bermane Stiverne. That was it.”
Regarding Wilder’s training, Breland remarkably revealed: “No, he never hit the bag. He don’t hit the speed bag.
“He don’t jump rope, he don’t hit the speed bag and he don’t hit the heavy bag.”
Breland praised Fury’s mind gamesGetty Images – Getty
The subject later changed to the potential undisputed heavyweight title fight between Fury and Anthony Joshua.
The 57-year-old, a former Olympic gold medallist and world champion, claimed: “To be honest, I could beat Anthony Joshua. I could beat Anthony Joshua.
“Here’s a guy who doesn’t have a jab at all. When he fought Ruiz in the second fight, people talked about the jab, that wasn’t a jab, he was just doing this [feints tapping] .
“To fight a guy like him, I would out-jab him. I don’t think he’d be able to touch me. I’d put him to sleep, the jab can bang that chin and put you down.
AJ has not impressed BrelandGETTY
“Fury would beat him up. He has good mind games.
“He plays with these guys, he’s playing with their heads and guys get mad or frustrated, so frustrated it can throw them off their game.
“I’m a fighter, I watch boxing, I watch fighters – from my eyes and what I see, I could beat him [Joshua] .
“He’s just straightforward, he’s not hard to hit.”

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