DEONTAY WILDER is set to release his first single this month – eight months after being knocked out by Tyson Fury.
The Bronze Bomber has been using his time on the sidelines to take part in some passion projects – including music.
Leaked footage in February showed the American laying down some lyrics in the recording booth, prompting his followers to predict an imminent record.
And the former WBC heavyweight champion has announced the upcoming release of his debut single 'Everytime', which features his brother and fellow boxer Marsellos
Along with a snippet of the track, Wilder wrote on Instagram: "I wanted to feel good this summer while relaxing doing the things I love and listening to some good ole Vibing Music.
"I knew just what I wanted so I created it The mind is a very powerful tool when used correctly. I’m sharing with you my passion and gift I hope you enjoy it.
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"I present to you Everytime Ft. My brother @wilderworld2."
Wilder's legion of followers were quick to comment, with one saying: "Let’s go champ. This might be the vibe for the summer right here."
Another said: "I can't wait for the world to hear this!!! Absolute Banger."
And another said: "Music and boxing ?? Let’s gooooooooo."
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One remarked: "Big vibe."
Another chimed in: "Proud of you champ. Live YOUR MF LIVE."
Wilder's announcing of his debut single comes less than two weeks after he confirmed his intention to return to the ring.
The 36-year-old said: "I can't stop right here. I must continue my journey. I have to, I have to.
"I'm looking to resume my career for sure. I've got a lot of other things I've got to get out of the way.
"I'm taking away from my children if I come back, because now I'm able to enjoy my life fully like I want to.
"I sacrificed so much to be in this position in my life, to be able to life my life like I want for the rest of my life."
Wilder – who defended the WBC strap a record ten times before his second showdown with Fury – believes the sport of boxing needs him.
He added: "I've been highly requested. So many people have told me 'Come back, come back.' I'd say I'm back by popular demand.
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"And the business of boxing needs me. When there's a thriving American champion, there's nothing like it.
"When there's not, you see it's dead. There's a drought in [the sport]. People know the difference now."
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