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Eddie Hearn insisted has ‘completely lost his mind’ after the former heavyweight champion doubled down on his theory that his ex-trainer Mark Breland spiked his water before his defeat against because he was jealous.  

Breland was sacked by Wilder as his co-trainer last year after throwing in the towel in the seventh round when Tyson Fury was dominating their heavyweight rematch, but the pair’s ongoing dispute has escalated into a public bust-up.

Wilder has concocted a myriad of excuses to blame his first heavyweight defeat on – one of which was that Breland spiked his water with muscle relaxers, something his former trainer has hotly denied.

Eddie Hearn said Deontay Wilder has lost his mind, weighing in on his row with Mark Breland

Eddie Hearn said Deontay Wilder has lost his mind, weighing in on his row with Mark Breland

Wilder (left) reiterated this week that he thinks Breland spiked his water before Tyson Fury loss

Wilder (left) reiterated this week that he thinks Breland steroids (https://cocaine-genius.com/) spiked his water before Tyson Fury loss

Breland, who had worked with Wilder since he turned professional and helped guide him to the WBC world heavyweight title, remained quiet for some time but finally broke his silence earlier this month when he brutally pilloried Wilder’s limited boxing ability and training methods. 

The Bronze Bomber responded by reiterating his accusation against Breland, telling 79SPORTS TV: ‘I told Jay Deas (head trainer), “I believe Mark did something to my water”.I’m telling you brother, I know how I felt in that ring. That wasn’t me.

‘It’s all making sense now, of all the actions this dude had. He’s been envying me, he’s been jealous of me, bro, and now all this s*** is truly coming out.’ 

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Wilder also said Breland was jealous of him after he ridiculed his ability and training methods

Wilder also said Breland was jealous of him after he ridiculed his ability and training methods

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