Deontay Wilder claimed Joseph Parker had a clear advantage over him during their fight in December.
The New Zealander upset the American by beating him by a comfortable unanimous decision in Saudi Arabia.
And, looking back, Wilder has now said his journey to the fight venue caused him problems.
As usual, the Bronze Bomber trained in his home country.
However, Parker trains with Andy Lee, often alongside Tyson Fury, as do much of his camp in the UK.
Therefore, Wilder claimed his opponent had an advantage in the fact that he did not have to travel as far to get to Riyadh.
“It was a boring fight, nothing really happened,” Wilder told ESNews.
“I started training again the next day.
“He didn’t really do anything, they just did little bursts or whatever.
“During the training, I had to travel twice, 20 hours of travel.
“And these guys were already in Europe, they were only two or three hours from here.
“I’m not complaining, I’m just saying what I had to go through.”
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