Wilder Shifts Focus to Undisputed Title Fight
Deontay Wilder has seemingly cast doubt on the possibility of a future fight with Anthony Joshua. While both fighters are set to compete in Saudi Arabia on December 23, Wilder has his sights set on facing the winner of Tyson Fury's upcoming showdown with Oleksandr Usyk. The former WBC heavyweight champion made it clear that his goal is to "wipe out the entire division."
Amicable Atmosphere During Pre-Fight Press Conference
During a recent pre-fight press conference, Wilder and Joshua exhibited a friendly demeanor, even shaking hands. Wilder surprised many with his calm and collected attitude, stating that there is a time and place for everything. He also expressed his disdain for Jarrell Miller, who had made negative comments about Joshua.
Wilder Open to Joshua Fight, But Doubts Hearn's Confidence
While Wilder is open to facing Joshua if the opportunity arises, he doubts that Joshua's promoter, Eddie Hearn, will allow the matchup to happen. Wilder believes that Hearn is not confident in Joshua's abilities and is wary of the potential damage Wilder could do to his fighter's career. According to Wilder, Joshua is Matchroom's biggest money-maker.
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