Deontay Wilder has been medically suspended for up to a month and a half after his severe thrashing by Tyson Fury.
The American fighter endured the main expert destruction of his vocation as he was thumped down twice before his annihilation to his British adversary, 31, as his group quit in the seventh round last Saturday.
The battle was halted in the midst of wellbeing worries after blood was seen turning out from Wilder’s left ear and mouth.
As indicated by Mirror, Wilder was suspected to have blasted his eardrum and was set to be taken to medical clinic yet he at last required only seven stitches for a cut in his ear. Presently, the Nevada State Athletic Commission have said Wilder can’t fight until April 8 and can’t battle in the state until April 23.
The report additionally affirmed that the restriction won’t keep Wilder from setting off the rematch condition in his agreement for a third battle with Tyson Fury.
On Monday night, the previous WBC title holder affirmed he will be enacting his rematch provision to look for his retribution against Tyson.
“The rematch is certainly going to occur. We will get it on. I need to get directly back to it,” he said.