The Joshua vs Wilder fight isn’t dead and buried just yet but negotiations at the moment seem once again to be at a standstill.
Fans have grown annoyed and frankly bored with the talks over the last few months with a general consensus now just wanting the powers to be to make the fight.
April 13th at Wembley Stadium in London with an expected 100,000 capacity has been left open for the super fight that will see all four recognized world heavyweight titles on the line if it happens.
Joshua will first box on DAZN in the US on September 22nd against Alexander Povetkin.
A man who could ruin the Wilder super fight plans all together.
Having said that, Joshua mentioned yesterday that even if he lost to Povetkin that he’d still fight Wilder after.
Granted, he could, but it wouldn’t be what it is now.
Both are undefeated world champions and the unification aspect of the bout is a big selling point.
Overall, fans have been left confused by the strange negotiations to make the fight over the last few months with conflicting information rife on the web.
Joshua for his part has now gone on record with the folks at Fight Hype YouTube (hat tip) on every aspect of the talks from his standpoint: