Wilder – Joshua. Hearn looks at this fight animatedly


Head of Matchroom Boxing Eddie Hearn still hopes that he will be able to arrange a megafight between his client Anthony Joshua (24-2, 22 KOs) from England and American puncher Deontay Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KOs). About this he said BoxingSocial.

Now Joshua is in the camp, preparing for the summer fight with Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia. As for Wilder, he recently announced his desire to return to boxing. He later explained why he decided to return.

At one point, the two were undefeated heavyweight champions of the world, but the ambition, ambition, and greed of the teams kept them from taking on each other at their peak. Both then lost and lost their belts.

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“It’s great for boxing,” Hearn said of Wilder’s return plans. “And it’s great for Deontay, too. He still has a lot left in stock. He is popular and very interesting. I would still like to have a fight between Anthony and Deontay. Can you imagine this? Wilder vs White, Ruiz, yes vs any of the top 15: those are all great fights. It’s great that he’s back. I’ll be glad to see him again.”

“Andy vs Wilder is an absolutely amazing fight and we hope this fight can be made. We don’t think about Joshua meeting him yet. We still have Usyk. You need to beat him and then fight with Tyson Fury. We’ll see,” Hearn said.

Yesterday it turned out strange: Kownacki refused to fight with Chisora. Ready for Wilder? Iron Mike generally believes that Wilder should fight Usyk.

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