Next fight of Andrzej Wawrzyk is not determined yet.
WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder may face another opponent on February 25 after scheduled foe Andrzej Wawrzyk failed two WBC-mandated drug tests. Wilder is scheduled to headline a FOX-televised card at the Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama. VADA reportedly nabbed Wawrzyk for an anabolic steroid. B Samples have yet to be tested. Regardless, a new opponent could be named with 24 hours according to Wilder’s hometown Tuscaloosa News.
“If all goes well with this fight I have in February, I have no injuries and my hand is healed and can take 100 per cent impact on it as well, then I want that fight (Parker) next,” WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder told. “They are talking about fighting in April and I’d love to come back and fight again in April!”
“Wilder isn’t Holyfield, he makes a lot of errors,” said Fiodor Lapin, the esteemed Polish trainer who worked corners with – among others – current top cruiserweight Krzysztof Głowacki, former WBC/IBF cruiserweight champion “Diablo” Włodarczyk, heavyweight contender “The Pin” Szpilka and now works with Andrzej Wawrzyk.