Why Deontay Wilder Lost To Tyson Fury And The Lesson To Be Learnt

By : Mr Mih

Normally, I don’t write articles on Sundays but I couldn’t help but write this one.

This article is about the talk of the moment. The fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.

As reported and backed by the pics below, Deontay Wilder crumbled because of pride.

Tyson Fury dominated the rematch fight and crushed Deontay Wilder in the seventh round.

The lesson here is this – Pride comes before fall.

Whether you believe in God or not, you should know that being too cocky can bar you from victory!

Success is tied to confidence and a upbeat attitude – No doubt. Likewise, success wants you to stay prepared instead of just running your mouth.

The Champions Cycle.

Stay calm, get prepared, sharpen your tools, go for the kill, repeat the cycle.

Did you get that?

I’ll repeat the Champions cycle for you;

1. Stay calm

2. Get prepared (Mentally)

3. Sharpen your tools

4. Go for the kill (Attack!)

5. Repeat the cycle

You want to win or have a come back victory? Follow the above cycle.

You won already? Good. Celebrate your win but hey, get back to practice!

Stay prepared so you can be the Fury that batters the Wilder.

Most importantly, be careful how you run your mouth. Get your Fury even more prepared so he doesn’t get crushed against Anthony Joshua.

Remember ; “Talk doesn’t cook rice” – Chinese Proverb

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Published by Mr Mih Inspirations

Mr Mih is a certified Chemist, Writer , Content creator, Public speaker, Self-help Coach, Blogger, Editor, Movie Director, and ultimately a Doer . He is the CEO of Mr Mih Inspirations, a body created to help others bring out the light (Potential) in themselves. He is passionate about getting his game to the next level and helping others do the same. His Mantra ; "Attack Or Be Attacked"! Contact @ thesuperiors3@gmail.com

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