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.
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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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