Deontay Wilder Dismisses Talk of Anthony Joshua
WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder (42-0-1, 41KOs) has had enough of discussing unified heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua (23-1, 21KOs).
The two rivals have yet to come to an agreement to meet up in what would be a highly anticipated unification clash. Both men are constantly asked about one another and Wilder, at least, is fed up.
Currently preparing for his high stakes rematch with Tyson Fury (29-0-1, 20KOs) set to take place on February 22, the Alabama native had this to say about his British adversary.
“I’m not worried about that coward, the coward barely got his titles back, let alone talking about stepping in the ring with the king. He’s been out of the picture, ain’t nobody talking about him anymore so ain’t no need to bring him up. Right here right now, February 22, Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury. Other than that, nobody else is in existence at this point and time.”
You can’t really blame him, as the fight with Fury will go a long way in determining which man steps in the ring at some point and time with Joshua.
With less than two weeks to go, it sounds like the “Bronze Bomber” is locked in on the “Gypsy King” and rightfully so.
By: Jerrell Fletcher