A lot of speculation has frequented the boxing media sphere this week about a potential Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder heavyweight title unification next April 13th at Wembley stadium.
This has come despite the WBC supporting a rematch between Wilder and Tyson Fury.
Both Joshua and his promoter Eddie Hearn have said this week that despite that they are still looking to make the Wilder vs Joshua fight on April 13th.
Wilder has now called for the rematch himself on his Instagram page however — with all things now pointing to the immediate rematch most likely happening next up for both men:
It looks like Joshua has now be frozen out a tad and will likely have to take Dillian Whyte on April 13th instead.
If Whyte beats Dereck Chisora on December 22nd it is.
What a difference a week can make in boxing.
Joshua went from being the main man in the division to now potentially being third in the pecking order behind Fury and Wilder who without doubt, the world of boxing would love to see a part two between.
Public demand and perception seems to have turned to wanting to see another fight between Wilder and Fury ahead of the Wilder vs Joshua fight now.