World heavyweight champions Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua look set to meet next in an epic collision of heavyweight might and a fight between the two men who currently hold all four recognized world title belts.
Simply put, the fight would establish an undisputed heavyweight champion of the world at this time.
Sure, 2019 will see Tyson Fury say something about that, no doubt.
But for now as Fury continues to get back in shape and makes a comeback, Joshua and Wilder are seen as the best of the heavyweights at this time.
Wilder announced today that he accepted Joshua’s offer to fight in the UK next up and has also given him the option of going to the US too of $50 million.
Surely Joshua will agree and send the contract to Wilder. All looks set for things to be signed this week.
Fans have been reacting in their droves to today’s massive news in the sport:
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that wilder has been calling out Aj for some time now , he’s been way more vocal about the fight than Aj
— Alex Edwards (@Bigg_AL10) June 11, 2018
I think that Wilder wants the fight, AJ and Eddie Hearn don’t.
AJ is a global superstar and can make billions without risking to fight Wilder, while Wilder cannot make the same money he would make with AJ fighting somebody else.
— Niccoló 🥐 (@nico_utc) June 11, 2018
Disagree aj wants it but wilder knows he’ll get Ko’d so trying to get his final pay day(which ya can’t blame him for)
— Barry (@Barrynewfeb) June 11, 2018
Joshua doesn’t want it. Sad!
— “Hater” Dave (@BoxingAsylumWhy) June 11, 2018
End of the day Deontay is doing the best to make it happen, unlike Joshua, I think Joshua doesn’t want the fight, Wilder is to dangerous for him and in my opinion would beat him!
— Mike (@Mikek07) June 11, 2018
— Qasim Sheikh (@QasimQQaz) June 11, 2018
UK Please 🙌🏼
— ✨✨K A T Y ✨✨ (@All_That_I_Love) June 11, 2018
Joshua don’t want that work
— shadowboxingirl (@shadowboxingirl) June 11, 2018
Champ Anthony Joshua ain’t ready for u, that’s why his team keep making these so called request, Deontay Wilder ALL DAY THE REAL CHAMP
— John Fleming (@malachidaddy) June 11, 2018