Thursday, November 16, 2017

Deontay Wilder issues fresh threat to Anthony Joshua

Fresh off the back of a first-round beaten of Bermane Stiverne, Wilder is eager to go toe-to-toe with WBA and IBF world heavyweight champion Joshua and expose him in front of millions.

Joshua has publicly stated he will call the shots should a potential title fight with Wilder go down, though the 32-year-old American remains keen to force the issue.

Speaking this week on ESPN
, the Bronze Bomber was up front about how confident he is of overcoming Joshua's threat, insisting the Briton has made things all too comfortable for himself so far.

'I'm ready, I don't know about you. You've had it easy, it's been breezy for you,' Wilder said.

'You're ready to fight low opposition and get paid millions of dollars and you don't want that gravy train to end, but I am the man that's going to end your career,' he added.

Wilder is also acutely aware of how big a fight between the biggest two names in the heavyweight division could be in terms of status and legacy.

This is one of the biggest, most exciting fight in world history. We could make records, we could set history on the time of the fight whenever it happens,' he added.

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