Deontay Wilder handed six-month suspension after suffering devastating knockout against Tyson Fury
The Independent says Deontay Wilder has been suspended for six months following his 11th round knockout defeat to Tyson Fury last weekend.
The 35-year-old American was floored three times before eventually being stopped by the Brit and was taken to hospital after the fight.
He was discharged later on Saturday evening with a broken finger and the Nevada State Athletic Commission have now suspended him until April unless he is cleared by a doctor.
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