Previous Wilder Drowning article Removed.

Article by Rick Mohamed

Hello boxing fans! First and foremost we at Brawlers Sports Media want to be crystal clear who we are and what exactly it is that sets us apart from the competition, if you will. We only deliver facts and actual content, not baseless gossip, which is why I pulled my previous article down. 
We enjoy providing our followers with the best stories and best Media money can buy! But out of respect for Deontay Wilder AKA (D) if you know him, since this is gossip from one of Wilder’s supposed crew members and no legitimate site, such as TMZ or any other credible media outlet has shared such a story. Brawlers expresses its apology if we have offended anyone. 
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