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  • Comments Thread For: Joshua: Fight With Wilder-Fury Winner Must Happen in 2020

    IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua is targeting the winner of the rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder - and says a full unification fight "has to happen in 2020" as he targets all four major belts.
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  • #2
    Barry Hearns plan all along was one of these fights in 2020.

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    • #3
      This guy is an idiot, just forget about the winner. They are already tied up in rematches. They would “Run it back” and do what they did the last time. Wilder himself has said it many times, he is past that fight. You don’t turn down a 100m if you want to fight.

      Fury I think would take the fight once he is a free agent, but right now I think him and Wilder would just continue to fight each other and whoever else they can get.

      Joshua should concentrate on his mandatory challenges.

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      • #4
        Forget it AJ. Wilder said "I WILL NEVER FIGHT JOSHUA".Finkel was big on Ruiz v Wilder but when asked if AJ should win the rematch Finkel said "Errrrrrrr, next question" and ran off. Jay Deas is already making the excuses of not wanting Wilder to face Joshua just like before the 1st Ruiz fight.

        The long running duck of Anthony Joshua is set to continue as all the same parties that made sure there was a distance kept and a constant flow of weak excuses are already back keeping a distance and making weak excuses. Once again only 1 side is calling out and saying they want to fight the other and that is Anthony Joshua again.

        Obviously the PBC Wilder fans will pretend none of this is happening and they will keep saying "Joshua running, Joshua scared, Joshua dont want it" But they would be saying crap like that regardless while at the same time pretending the things ppl like Wilder, Finkel and Deas have said never happened.

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        • #5
          I know Joshua has supposedly been excluded from the Matchroom DAZN deal but I just can't see them giving this fight up.

          Likewise Wilder says he's free to fight on any network, but there's been too much investment by Fox/Sho to let him move for the big one.

          And I can't see how a joint PPV/Subscriber fight gets made.

          Unless one of them crosses.

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          • #6
            And we are back to this "chase the undisputed" BS again. AJ should take this undisputed goal the same as knockouts - don't chase it, it will come. Otherwise, his focus won't be where it needs to be.
            One more thing. Make the other side feel they want undisputed more than you do. It will make negotiations much easier.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by James Hunt View Post
              And we are back to this "chase the undisputed" BS again. AJ should take this undisputed goal the same as knockouts - don't chase it, it will come. Otherwise, his focus won't be where it needs to be.
              One more thing. Make the other side feel they want undisputed more than you do. It will make negotiations much easier.
              Exactly! Make the other side feel like they want it. If he continues chasing them then the other side would feel like they are somebody, fact is without the belt they arenít much more than a Fury or a Whyte.

              I think Hearn has learn in that aspect, Joshua needs to learn that too. Trying to achieve the undisputed in a short space of time is great and all.

              But for me it looked like the other side are terrified to take a chance, even when they are going to be compensated with millions.

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              • #8
                Wilder has already turned down 100 / 120 million so I wouldn’t get any hopes up.

                Joshua should take on Pulev and Usyk and re-access then. Although not as glamorous they both would still be good resume fights. By then options may include wilder or fury but the landscape may have changed too. Ortiz, Whyte rematch, Kownacki, Hunter, Joyce are all names which are possibilities (different from levels of likelyhood).

                Personally at this moment I’m assuming fury wilder won’t be available in 2020 so would like Joshua to face the two mandatorys then either Ortiz or Hunter in America.

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                • #9
                  This mentally weak coward is never fighting Wilder. He ran all night from a fat chef and we saw what happend in their first fight. Wilder sleeps him in 2 rounds🥊

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                  • #10
                    I know it's a goal of both Wilder and Joshua to become the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. However, these mandatories may make impossible in order to achieve it or do so.

                    I know that Bob Arum is going to push for his guy's mandatory status. However, as far as Usyk is concerned; Joshua may have some leeway since they are both promoted by Matchroom.

                    I believe if Eddie sits down and talk with Oleksandr's people I am pretty sure they can work out some kind of deal where Usyk would take some kind of set aside money to allow AJ to challenge for the undisputed championship of the world

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