Current WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder has some advice for the boxing community in order to prevent death inside the boxing ring.

Boxing is indeed a very dangerous sport. For decades, the world has witnessed a lot of fighters suffer different kinds of punishments induced by boxing. This devastating occurrence in the sport did not go unnoticed. In a recent media scrum, heavyweight boxing champ Wilder let the boxing community know what possible steps could be done to prevent deaths in boxing, FightHype.com reported.

According to Wilder, sometimes death just happens in boxing and suggested that everybody in it should just deal with it. “I mean it’s just sometimes, things happen,” Wilder stated.

However, as a professional boxer, Wilder kept it real when he detailed some possible solutions in order to prevent these sudden deaths in their chosen sport.

“The only thing I think that would help, (is to) take these referees back into training. You know for certain things, a lot of these referees, they don’t what they’re doin’ in certain situations. I think they need to go back and be trained,” he explained.

Wilder went even more technical in his resolution and said that referees should be able to read the “body language” of the fighters inside the ring. More importantly, the 33-year-old boxing champ noted that referees should know how to make the right call and call it at the most “appropriate time.”

After all, Wilder also gave his fellow boxers some kind of motivation to continue fighting despite this terrible uncertainties in boxing. As per Wilder, boxing is a dangerous sport but that is also the reason why “loves it.”

“This sport right here is one of the most dangerous sport, but we are crazy enough to do it, and that’s why I love it,” Wilder pointed out.

Last month alone, two professional boxers died due to severe brain damage caused by repeated blows to the head. Both Maxim Dadashev, a Russian Junior welterweight boxer, and Hugo Santillán, an Argentinean pro boxer, died shortly after a brutal boxing match.

A few days after Dadashev’s death, a brain injury charity called Headway called for boxing to banned as a sport.

Headway described Dadashev’s death as an “unacceptable waste of yet another young life” and the charity's chief executive Peter McCabe believes that boxing in all aspects is "senseless.”

According to McCabe, as long as the objective of boxing is to hit the opponent in the head, it will remain a dangerous sport.

Deontay Wilder Deontay Wilder's win over Luis Ortiz was seen as his most impressive. Pictured: WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder of the U.S. knocks down undefeated contender Luis King Kong Ortiz in the 10th round, during their 12-round WBC Heavyweight Championship fight at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, on March 3, 2018. Photo: TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images