Heavyweight Champ Joshua ready to fight Wilder or Fury

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   Deontay Wilder lands a left to Tyson Fury's jaw and looks to follow up[ with his deadly right hand during their drawn WBC heavyweight title fight

AP Deontay Wilder lands a left to Tyson Fury's jaw and looks to follow up[ with his deadly right hand during their drawn WBC heavyweight title fight

Do you not think if he fought Deontay Wilder over here, 80,000 people wouldn't turn up to see the rematch?

Deontay Wilder has been the WBC heavyweight champion since January 2015 when he beat up and dominated fellow American Bermane Stiverne en route to a unanimous decision victory.

Writing about the David versus Goliath fight on Instagram on December 3, Wilder said that he couldn't wait for a rematch with the British fighter.

Answering questions about the world champion in this weight on the three versions of Anthony Joshua, Wilder admitted that he is not thinking about this fight.

"I'm ready whenever he's ready", Wilder said. Me and Fury came together and showed the world what it looks like for the best to fight the best.

Despite rarely putting on fights between his stable and Matchroom rival Hearn, Warren believes the fans want them to organise a fight that would draw huge interest.

Wilder's right arm is his weapon and he was throwing it regularly against Fury though had persistent problems landing his shots.

"I saw his eyes roll slowly in the back of his head", Wilder said.

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Wilder also defended referee Jack Reiss' count for Fury's 12th-round knockdown. I'll give you a fair one when your (sic) ready! "People don't know these things", Wilder said.

A rematch between the pair is set to be agreed for next year, as both men have indicated that they want it. So we'll see what happens. It's a great fight and the build-up has already started.

Although Wilder had faced a bit of adversity at times (like in his fights against Artur Szpilka and Luis Ortiz), he would always eventually come through and put his opponents away. He said 'Go to the right.' I went to the right.

Meanwhile, Fury's promoter Frank Warren called for a Joshua-Fury matchup. "They're getting what they deserve".

"They had their opportunity". They had four months for this. They felt like they was the only ones that was running this sport.

Davison was as devastated as anyone with the judges' decision on the night, saying after the fight: "You have got to be a sick, sick man to do that". Let them continue to fight the second-tier fighters and hopefully one knocks him out.

"He was landing some punches but majority was pitty-patter, they didn't affect me", Wilder said. But you'll get the best of Deontay Wilder.

"I didn't even think about Joshua".

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