Anthony Joshua has responded to Deontay Wilder's recent comments, dismissing him as "not a psychologist."
The Battle of Words
The war of words between the two former heavyweight champions continues as they prepare for separate bouts in Riyadh on December 23rd.
Joshua will be facing Swedish boxer Otto Wallin, while Wilder ends his long layoff with a match against Joesph Parker.
The Anticipation Continues
Unfortunately, fans will have to wait a little longer for the highly anticipated fight between Joshua and Wilder.
Questioning Joshua's Identity
Wilder took the opportunity to question Joshua's identity as a champion, claiming that he was made by Eddie Hearn, not born a champion.
Despite suffering three defeats, Joshua has made a successful comeback, winning his last two fights against Jermaine Franklin and Robert Helemius.
"Who the F*** is He?"
Joshua hit back at Wilder's comments, stating that he is a boxer, not a psychologist. He also highlighted the difference in the number and quality of their opponents.
Wilder expressed his belief that he would have been the undisputed heavyweight world champion if given the same opportunities as Joshua.
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