Deontay Wilder has swapped the boxing ring for the music studio as he’s released his first official music video.
The former WBC heavyweight champion took some time out from the sport following his knockout defeat by Tyson Fury in October 2021.
The American ventured into the world of music and his work – featuring his brother Marsellos Wilder and his fiancee Telli Swift – has now been produced.
Deontay Wilder has swapped the boxing ring for the music studio as he’s released first music video. He features topless alongside fiancee Telli Swift wearing a black thong at one point
The former WBC heavyweight champion ventured into the world of music during time off
Wilder’s debut single ‘Everytime’ was revealed in the summer but he has now publicized the full video.
The Bronze Bomber shared a glimpse of the clip with his 2.7million Instagram followers on Sunday.
The caption read: ‘Here’s a snippet of my official video for me new single. Everytime ft. Marsellos Wilder.’
Wilder’s beau Swift features throughout the video with the pair sharing intimate moments.
The boxer, who returned to the ring after walking out to his own song last weekend and won via a devastating knockout, features topless alongside Swift wearing a black thong at one point.
Fans seem to be divided over Wilder’s new hit with some telling him to ‘stick to boxing’ while others responded with flame emojis.
Wilder’s debut single ‘Everytime’ was revealed in summer but he’s now publicized the full video
The Bronze Bomber took some time off following his defeat by Tyson Fury in October 2021
Wilder knocked out Finland’s Robert Helenius with a vicious right in return fight last weekend
The heavyweight fighter delivered a first-round knockout of Robert Helenius in Brooklyn last Saturday.
The Finnish-Swede opponent was knocked completely unconscious with three seconds left in the opening round of their heavyweight main event bout.
It was Wilder’s first win since November 2019, likely setting up a mouthwatering fight with Andy Ruiz Jr. The Bronze Bomber also hopes to fight world champion Oleksandr Usyk.
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