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Deontay Wilder Eyes Power Slap as a Possible Career Option



Deontay Wilder, the former heavyweight boxing champion, is known for his knockout power and his ambition to fight the best. The 38-year-old, who has been hinting at a clash with Anthony Joshua, has also shown interest in another combat sport: Power Slap.


Power Slap is a new venture that involves slapping opponents until they fall or give up. It has been promoted by UFC president Dana White, who has been investing a lot of time and money into it. Wilder attended a Power Slap event recently and was impressed by what he saw.


He posted on Instagram that he might consider joining the league someday. “Live and in person yo this is different and I think I got a career in it. #BombZquad #TilThisDay #HardHitters


This would be a huge boost for Power Slap, as Wilder is a big name in boxing and has a lot of fans and critics. He might not be able to please everyone, but he would certainly draw attention to the sport. A slap-fight between Wilder and another heavyweight would be a spectacle to watch.


However, for now, Wilder is still focused on boxing and his next move in the ring. He wants to regain his title and prove himself as the best in the world.

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