Wilder’s Million-Euro Loss Tied to Unforeseen Circumstances

"A Significant Turn in Wilder's Career"

The Fall from Grace

Former world champion Deontay Wilder’s defeat to Joseph Parker last December shattered plans for a mega-fight with Anthony Joshua. A victory would have seen “The Bronze Bomber” pocketing approximately €100 million. According to Wilder’s coach, Malik Scott, a psychedelic drug was to blame for the loss.

Psychedelic Revelation

The hallucinogenic drug ayahuasca, containing DMT, is used in ceremonial sessions in Peru, offering a rebirth-like experience to those who partake. Wilder claims the drug was one of the best things to ever happen to him, making him happier than ever. However, this newfound joy didn’t translate into success against Parker, as Wilder struggled to find his rhythm and ultimately lost on points.

The Clash of Mindsets

Scott believes Wilder’s inherent “killer instinct” was dampened by his ayahuasca experience, which didn’t align with the aggressive attitude needed in the ring. “Violence wasn’t a priority that night, and I believe that’s why we didn’t make it all the way,” Scott explained.

A Different Wilder on the Horizon

Wilder is set to face Zhilei Zhang this summer, with a victory putting him on track for a title shot. Scott is confident that a different version of “The Bronze Bomber” will emerge in the ring next time.

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“I believe Deontay has a ‘killer instinct’ in him that you can’t dampen, but I think he really enjoyed ayahuasca,” said Malik Scott in an interview.

“Violence wasn’t a priority that night, and I believe that’s why we didn’t make it all the way.”

“Deontay is a killer; he’s violent, he wants to punch a hole in you when he boxes. It wasn’t the same Deontay that night.”



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