Watch Deontay Wilder emerge from water in cheesy slow-motion clip as he steps up training for Tyson Fury fight

DEONTAY WILDER has added shadow boxing in a river to his training camp for the Tyson Fury trilogy.

The American gets his chance of revenge on October 9 when he meets Fury for the third time at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

He has shared clips of him beating his personal best on the bench press – and now has incorporated some water training.

Wilder uploaded a video to his Instagram of him flexing his muscles in a river before putting on a shadow boxing clinic.

The 35 year old captioned the clip: "BombZquad #TilThisDay #SharkNDaWater."

The deposed WBC champ has hired ex-heavyweight Malik Scott as his new head coach.

And the pair are adamant the Bronze Bomber will get his ultimate revenge against Fury to become a two-weight world champ.

Former foe Chris Arreola also reckons he'll get the job done third time around.


When asked which of the pair is under more pressure, Arreola told Fight Hype: “Wilder, hands down.

"The first fight could have gone either way. If he [Wilder] didn’t knock him down, you could have said that Fury won that fight easily.

"In the second fight, he [Wilder] got his b* kicked. He got his st handed to him.

“Wilder has the most to prove, and Wilder has the bigger chip in his shoulder because Fury gave it to him.

“I’m taking Wilder; I’m honestly taking Wilder."

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