Aug 05, 2022
Tyson Fury’s rival Deontay Wilder leaves fans shocked with lean physique and incredible body transformation
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DEONTAY WILDER has revealed his incredible body transformation since fighting Tyson Fury.
The boxer, 36, was at his heaviest weight of 19st 11lbs when he lost to Fury in October 2021.2Deontay Wilder looks transformed as he prepares for his next fight 2The Bronze Bomber weighed 19st 11lbs when he fought Tyson Fury in October 2021Credit: Getty
He bulked up to help himself deal with Tyson's huge size in the ring but he has since shed the pounds and has now shocked fans with how lean he looks.
Fans commented on his smaller frame with some suggesting Wilder could become a cruiserweight.
One Twitter user wrote: "Looks a cruiserweight man!! Skinny legs, skinny frame!"
Another added: "He looks poorly sick I hope he is ok."
A third said: "This transformation is unreal."READ MORE IN BOXINGBREAK A LEG Boxing fans all saying the same thing as after Wilder's return to the gym
Wilder hasn't set foot inside the ring since his brutal 11th-round KO loss to Tyson Fury in their epic trilogy fight last October.
But the American recently dispelled suggestions of retirement by saying: "I can't stop right here.
"I must continue my journey. I have to, I have to.
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The Bronze Bomber has been training in the gym and recently posed alongside Badou Jack after sparring with the fighter, who is set to face Richard Rivera on the undercard of Anthony Joshua's rematch with Oleksandr Usyk.
Wilder also met UFC champion Francis Ngannou this week and revealed to the heavyweight that he is looking to "get back into the groove" - hinting at a possible return to the ring.
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Reba’s Live in Concert tour: How can I buy tickets?
COUNTRY music legend Reba McEntire has announced that she is extending her Reba: Live in Concert tour with extra dates in 2023.
The Reba: Live In Concert tour will span an extra 14 days in 2023.2Reba McEntire performing liveCredit: Getty Images - Getty
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Tickets for the spring leg of Reba: Live in Concert tickets will go on sale on Friday, October 7, 2022, and will be available at Ticketmaster LiveNation, Stubhub, and Vividseats.
Fans who sign up for McEntire's email list will receive access to a pre-sale on Tuesday, October 4.
There will also be another pre-sale for Citi cardholders, which also begins on Tuesday.Read more on Music'WE NEED PRAYERS' Country music star hospitalized with ‘significant injuries’ after crashPESKY PARENT I'm a controversial mom - I cuss in front of my kids & more When Will the Reba tour begin?
The spring leg of the Reba: Live in Concert will kick off on March 9, 2023, in Jacksonville, Florida.
The tour will feature other country music acts, The Isaacs and Terri Clark.
The tour will conclude in New York City with McEntire's first performance at Madison Square Garden.
McEntire stated on her website: "I am very grateful we're continuing this tour on into 2023. I've had so much fun being back out on the road and doing what I love to do most, entertaining people.Most read in EntertainmentWHO? Kourtney & Travis make surprise appearance on DWTS- but Tyra makes mistakeSHORT-CHANGED? Jeopardy! contestant slams show for ‘lack of help’ against Amy SchneiderTOO FAR? Kardashian fans slam Kourtney over 'gross trend' after she star shares photosKY, IS tHAT YOU? Kardashian fans shocked as Kylie Jenner displays new face piercing
"And now, getting to headline places like Madison Square Garden and bring my buddies Terri Clark and The Isaacs with me? Well, that's just the extra icing on an already triple-layered, stuffed and filled, iced and frosted cake!"When are the Reba Live in Concert dates?
Here are the dates you can catch Reba:
- March 9 at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena (Jacksonville, Florida)
- March 10 at Colonial Life Arena (Columbia, South Carolina)
- March 11 at John Paul Jones Arena (Charlottesville, Virginia)
- March 17 at Fiserv Forum (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
- March 18 at Vibrant Arena at The Mark (Moline, Illinois)
- March 23 at Reno Events Center (Reno, Nevada)
- March 24 at Ford Idaho Center (Nampa, Idaho)
- March 25 at Vivint Arena (Salt Lake City, Utah)
- March 30 at Footprint Center (Phoenix, Arizona)
- March 31 at Acrisure Arena (Palm Desert, California)
- April 1 at Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles, California)
- Apr. 13 at SNHU Arena (Manchester, New Hampshire)
- April 14 at GIANT Center (Hershey, Pennsylvania)
- April 15 at Madison Square Garden (New York, New York)
McEntire's last tours were in 2011 during the All The Women I Am tour, and during her Canadian Tour in 2013.
Her latest Reba: Live in Concert tour was canceled twice in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic, with the singer moving the dates to 2022.Topics
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