Deontay Wilder was reportedly taken to hospital after a gruelling knockout defeat to British heavyweight Tyson Fury.
Wilder was dropped three times by Fury before finally being knocked out in round 11.
And according to ESPN+, Wilder was transported to a Las Vegas hospital for precautionary reasons.
As a result, Wilder, 35, was understandably absent at the post-fight press conference.
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But speaking at the presser Fury said: “Wilder is a tough guy with a big heart to keep going, I think a doctor got in the ring and checked him.
“He took a lot of punishment and that puts miles on the clock – but so did I.”
Wilder was dropped in round three and only merely survived to make it to the corner.
As things looked to be heading towards an early night for Fury it was his turn to dramatically pick himself up from the canvas, but not once, twice.
The Gypsy King, 33, then took control down the stretch…
Source: Complete Sports