Watch as Deontay Wilder gets back into shape and trains iconic punching power ahead of ring return after Tyson Fury loss

DEONTAY WILDER has shown off some new moves as he continues to train for his big boxing comeback.

The American has not fought since he was battered by Tyson Fury in February last year.

The defeat saw him lose his WBC heavyweight belt as well as his undefeated record.

But Wilder is back in training, and continues to be put through his paces by fellow heavyweight Malik Scott.

Scott uploaded a video on Instagram of him having a 'late night session' with 'the future 2X heavyweight champion of the world'.

And Wilder seemed to be focusing on hitting and moving – something that he didn't do when he was floored twice on route to losing to Fury.

Scott was Wilder's 31st pro career victim when he was flattened in the first round of their 2014 contest.

Since then, the pair have struck up a good relationship and the 40-year-old was enlisted to help train Wilder after they began sparring.

The former world champ, 35, fired coach Mark Breland following the Fury defeat.

But it seems unlikely that Wilder will get the revenge rematch against Tyson Fury.


Promoter Eddie Hearn teased 'some good news' to come for boxing fans NEXT WEEK with hopes Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury will be officially announced.

Joshua, 31, and Fury, 32, agreed a site deal last month, believed to be Saudi Arabia for an August 7 unification bout.

Hearn had hinted the fight would be officially announced during Billy Joe Saunders' bout with Canelo Alvarez.

Unfortunately for fight fans, he did not go that far, but he did signal they won't have to wait much longer.

He said: "Canelo and Joshua are the two biggest names in boxing. Oh and we got some good news for you next week too."

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