Former DEONTAY WILDER coach Mark Breland has taken to Instagram after seeing The Bronze Bomber brutally thrashed by Tyson Fury.
Breland was sharply dismissed by Wilder after the last bout between the pair.
He threw the towel from Wilder’s corner in the seventh round – saving the bronze bomber from a brutal beating.
But Wilder didn’t see it that way and broke company with Breeland after suffering his first career loss.
And now the 58-year-old former world champion has secretly taken to social media.
In a bizarre video posted on him instagram Account, Breland shadow boxing can be seen.
And he simply captioned the post: “Great fight.”
Fans believe the video may have been a message from Breland to Wilder, who is telling the Bronze Bomber how he should have gone about the fight.
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One certainly seemed so, commenting: “It’s the coach’s way of saying that I told you very well.”
Others also criticized Wilder’s new coach, Malik Scott, for not throwing in the towel this time around.
One disgruntled fan said: “That’s why Deontay needed you, no one wanted to leave it, so it hurt more.”
With his student out last time out, Breland decided that enough and rightly so – in the eyes of many fans – threw in the towel.
The decision sparked a war of words between the pair in the months that followed.
Wilder also accused Breland spiking His waters before facing fury.
he said unbelievably 78 Sports TV: “This is crazy. And I told Jay.
“I said to Jay, ‘Man, I believe Mark did something to the water, man. Jay, I can’t believe it. He doesn’t want to give me water’ and stuff like that.”