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Deontay Wilder Accuses Anthony Joshua of Manipulating Ticket Sales

, Deontay Wilder Accuses Anthony Joshua of Manipulating Ticket Sales

Deontay Wilder, the heavyweight boxer, has launched a scathing attack on his rival Anthony Joshua, accusing him of using "one of the oldest tricks in the book" when it comes to ticket sales. Wilder claims that Joshua's team buys up tickets and issues them for free, making it appear as though the events are sold out. He made these allegations during an interview on The Last Stand.

Joshua's Rise to Stardom

Anthony Joshua has become one of the biggest stars in boxing in recent years, regularly headlining sold-out events at prestigious venues such as Wembley, the Principality Stadium, and Tottenham's stadium. He has also sold out the O2 Arena twice this year. However, Wilder suggests that Joshua's success may not be entirely genuine.

The Manipulation of Ticket Sales

According to Wilder, Joshua's team manipulates ticket sales by buying up large quantities of tickets and then issuing them for free. This creates the illusion of a sold-out event. Wilder claims to have insider knowledge of how the process works and accuses Joshua of using one of the oldest tricks in the book to boost his ticket sales.

The Impact on Public Perception

Wilder argues that Joshua's tactics deceive the public into thinking that his events are in high demand. He suggests that this creates a false narrative and leads people to believe that Joshua's popularity far surpasses reality. Wilder believes that the public needs to be aware of these tactics and see through the illusion.

, Deontay Wilder Accuses Anthony Joshua of Manipulating Ticket Sales

Upcoming Fights

Wilder and Joshua are set to share the same card in Saudi Arabia next Saturday. Joshua will be facing Otto Wallin, while Wilder returns to the ring after a two-year absence to fight former WBO champion Joseph Parker. If both fighters emerge victorious, it could set the stage for a highly anticipated showdown between the two heavyweight superstars.

Wilder's Future in Boxing

Despite being 38 years old, Wilder insists that he still has a lot left to give in the sport. He started boxing relatively late, at the age of 21, and believes that he has not sustained significant damage throughout his career. Wilder sees himself as a seasoned fighter and promises fans that they will witness his skills in action on December 23rd.

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