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it possible Wilder vs AJ fight on 13 April 2019 AT LONDONS WEMBLEY STADIUM  – AJ has already Signed the contact!!

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AJ vs Wilder Boxing : Anthony Joshua will turn down £37m to fight Deontay Wilder in the US and insist it takes place in Britain

AJ vs Wilder Boxing : Anthony Joshua is ready to turn down a £37million offer to fight Deontay Wilder in the USA by insisting their world heavyweight unification bout takes place in the United Kingdom.

Hearn said that Joshua, holder of the WBO, IBF and WBA titles, should be allowed to have home advantage against Wilder, of Alabama, who holds the WBC crown.

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Joshua is prepared to take a pay cut of more than £7m to fight in front of his home fans. Wembley Stadium, Twickenham Stadium and even the Olympic Stadium are three possible venues for the blockbuster contest to take place, with the preference being for an outdoor venue to stage the fight in September.

AJ vs Wilder Boxing : Joshua has been offered a baseline of $50m (£37m) to face Wilder in America by the WBC champion’s team, but Hearn insisted: “AJ’s not really swayed by an extra £10m or £15m. He’d rather do the fight over here in front of his fans.

“Yes, [fighting in the UK] is an advantage. But AJ genuinely is thinking more of the fans in his decision. How many would we be able to get in America? Maybe 6,000 to 10,000 fans. AJ said: ‘Is that it?’ When you’re dealing with 90,000 and he could bring an undisputed championship fight to Britain, AJ is genuinely interested in that stuff. The old saying about how you have to go to America to make it big, I don’t see that anymore. That’s not in AJ’s mind.

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“I think Rob’s feeling is as an ex-fighter you should fight for these belts on your turf. There’s an interview AJ did after his last fight that has been played back a few times and he basically says, for years and years British fighters have had to go to America for the big fights.”

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Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder: Brit gives HUGE fight update

ANTHONY JOSHUA is confident a fight with Deontay Wilder will happen and says there’s a huge chance it will be in 2018.

There has been a lot of speculation over a fight between the two heavyweights which would decide the undisputed champion of the world.

But a deal is yet to be agreed with offers reported to be going back-and-forth between both camps.

Anthony Joshua defeated Joseph Parker to add the WBO strap to his IBF, WBA and IBO titles in March while Wilder holds the WBC belt.

Wilder offered Joshua $50million for a fight, though there has been no confirmation of a deal.

“You can’t just offer me a buyout fee though. I’m not here to sell my belts and let you take control of the whole fight.

“I want to build this fight to the full potential. I want it in the UK, they want it in America. It’s little things like that we need to sort.

“We’ve got a long time to finalise things though. Potentially it will be the end of the year but I’m really interested.”

And when Sky Sports presenter Anna Woolhouse said “Fingers crossed it does happen”, Joshua was quick to respond with: “It will”.

Joshua vs Wilder: Anthony Joshua and Eddie Hearn have 24 hours to accept $50m offer from Deontay Wilder

Anthony Joshua has received an offer from Deontay Wilder, confirmed as a 50-50 split with a guarantee of $50m, and has been told to respond in the next 24 hours.

Joshua, trainer Rob McCracken and promoter Eddie Hearn received emails sent directly from the Bronze Bomber’s personal address, with his promoter Shelly Finkel subsequently confirming an offer had been made

In an exclusive interview with Sky Sports, Finkel confirmed a take-it-or-leave it $50m (£35.9m) offer had been made, with a deadline of “close of play on Thursday” (Friday 12am UK time).

Eddie Hearn says Deontay Wilder’s substantial $50m offer is a PR move but if he can provide a contract, Joshua might agree to a mega-fight

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WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has offered $50m (£35.9m) for a unification fight with WBO, IBF and WBA titles holder Anthony Joshua.

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American Wilder posted a video on Twitter which shows Joshua saying he would accept the fight for $50m.

Wilder said “all the money is in the bag so I expect you will be a man of your word”.

Meanwhile, Wilder’s manager Shelly Finkel confirmed to ESPN that an offer had been made.

Finkel also said the offer contains no rematch clause and that it would be the next fight for each boxer, taking place between September and December at a venue of Wilder’s choosing.

However, Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn said earlier this month that the WBA has ordered the Briton to enter into negotiations with mandatory challenger Alexander Povetkin.

Wilder added: “Tell Eddie Hearn to let you personally check his email this time. By the way, I sent your manager Rob McCracken the email as well.

“I am looking forward to our meeting in the ring.”

Unbeaten Joshua added the WBO belt to his collection after a unanimous points win over Joseph Parker in Cardiff on 1 April, while Wilder beat Luis Ortiz in his last fight in March.

Anthony Joshua hints at Deontay Wilder super fight next by claiming he wants to ‘collect’ WBC world heavyweight title

Wilder vs Joshua Boxing : AJ already has the IBF, WBO and WBA Super titles, but needs the Bronze Bomber’s WBC belt to become undisputed world heavyweight champion 

Anthony Joshua has dropped the biggest hint yet that he will fight Deontay Wilder next by insisting he is out to collect all the belts.

The Brit already holds the WBA Super, IBF and WBO belts after unifying the titles against Joseph Parker, but is now aiming for the American’s WBC strap.

Public negotiations have dragged on for several weeks already, but Joshua has sent a message to his rival, revealing his intention is to add the WBC and become the undisputed champion.

“W.e’re B.elt C.ollecting,” Joshua wrote, capping up the initials of the final governing body left in his pursuit to reign supreme, adding a fire emoji.

Joshua posed alongside the three recognised world titles he owns, along with the IBO strap, next to his former trainer Sean Murphy.

Who wins the fight?

Deontay Wilder offers Anthony Joshua $70m purse for world heavyweight unification fight

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has put pressure on Anthony Joshua with a huge offer for a world unification fight.

American boxer Deontay Wilder has front-footed negotiations for a world heavyweight unification fight with Anthony Joshua, offering his British rival a guaranteed purse of US$50 million (NZ$70m).

WBC champion Wilder is desperate to fight Joshua who has the IBF, WBA and WBO belts to find an undisputed champion.

Wilder’s promotional team appear to have come up with mega-money for the bout though Joshua’s boss Eddie Hearn has his doubts.

Joshua has been given 24 hours to sign the contract by Wilder’s boss Shelly Finkel.

“We want [Joshua] to fight Deontay in his next fight and we offered him US$50m,” Finkel told Sky Sports UK.

“If he accepts it, it will be there. Al Haymon and I have never not delivered what we’ve offered.  If [Joshua] says he is not going to take US$50m, it means he doesn’t really want to fight him next.”

Finkel said the offer contains no rematch clause and that it would be the next fight for each boxer, taking place between September and December at a venue of Wilder’s choosing.

Who’s next for Anthony Joshua?

Deontay Wilder

In any other sport, it would be WBC champion Deontay Wilder next for Anthony Joshua. Sports like to define an undisputed world No 1. Boxing rarely works that way. The biggest fight is defined by where, when, and what the the purse split will be. It could take months, or even over a year to complete the deal.

Alexander Povetkin

The Russian is the No 1 contender to Joshua’s WBA belt. The 38-year-old knocked out David Price on the undercard of Joshua-Parker with a chilling left hook.

Jarrell Miller

‘Big Baby’ Miller from Brooklyn is another loud American with a marketable record – 20 wins with 18 knockouts – and could provide a US East Coast debut for Joshua. Already mentioned as a summer option by promoter Eddie Hearn.

Dillian Whyte

The re-match against the Londoner that Joshua would have any time. There is bad blood between them – plus Whyte is WBC No 1 challenger to Wilder. Victory over Whyte could force Wilder into a WBC fight with Joshua if he delays, but the timing for a Joshua-Whyte stadium contest does not feel right at present.

Tyson Fury

Joshua made it clear after the Parker fight in the ring that Fury is on his hit list. But Fury has not fought since defeating Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015, and most likely needs a comeback fight first.

Mike Tyson makes BOMBSHELL claim about Deontay Wilder vs Anthony Joshua fight

BOXING legend Mike Tyson is well qualified to cast his opinion on the proposed heavyweight super-fight between Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder, having ruled the division with an iron fist during the peak of his powers.

Mike Tyson

Tyson became the youngest heavyweight champion of all time when he smashed Trevor Berbick in two rounds as a 20-year-old back in 1986.

The Brooklyn-born fighter went on to enjoy one of the most memorable careers in the sport’s long history – but the heavyweight division he left behind has ignited once again in recent years with the emergence of Joshua, Wilder and Tyson Fury.

Speaking on his podcast, Bite The Mic, recently, Tyson weighed in with his prediction on who would triumph in the battle between the two reigning champions.

“I don’t give him [Wilder] much of a chance,” Tyson explained.

“I just think Anthony Joshua does better with tall opponents.

“I saw him fighting a short guy [Takam] and he didn’t do that well with him, they stopped the fight real early.

“But with tall guys, like Deontay Wilder, I think he’ll do real well with them. Like he did with Klitschko.”

It comes after Matchroom boss Eddie Hearn revealed why Joshua is prepared to play hardball with Wilder during negotiations with his American counterpart.

Deontay Wilder ready to fight Anthony Joshua at Wembley this summer

Deontay Wilder has accepted Anthony Joshua’s challenge and “is ready to sign and come to the UK to fight this summer” in a unification contest to decide the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.

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The US fighter’s team are ready to begin immediate negotiations, Wilder’s co-manager Shelly Finkel confirmed on Monday, after promoter Eddie Hearn stressed the need to get the fight signed for this year.

The American fighter is prepared to accept a 60/40 split of the fight purse with the two camps having already broadly discussed a two-fight scenario, with the first contest most likely at Wembley Stadium and the second in Las Vegas or New York.

“We are really glad that Anthony Joshua said for the first time ‘I will fight Deontay next…’ and we believe he is a man of his word. Deontay accepts the challenge,” Finkel told Telegraph Sport.

Joshua had been quick to call out Wilder in the ring immediately after defeating Joseph Parker in Cardiff, where he claimed the unbeaten Samoan’s WBO title to go with his own IBF and WBA belts. Now only American Wilder, the WBC champion who is undefeated in 40 contests, stands in the way of the Briton unifying all the division’s belts for the first time in history.

Finkel revealed to The Telegraph that he will make contact with Eddie Hearn, Barry Hearn and Matchroom Sport this week, wanting to stress that Wilder, for whom he is co-manager with the influential Al Haymon, is committed to the contest. “We want to make it public that Deontay wants the fight, and we are prepared to come over, or meet here and get the deal done. Deontay is ready to sign and come to the UK to fight this summer.”

Eddie Hearn said on Sunday morning that there is a small window of opportunity before Joshua must defend three other belts against mandatory challengers. In response, Finkel, who has the authority to get the contest signed from the Wilder side, told The Telegraph: “We’re ready. Let’s do it. And anyway, unification fights always trump mandatories. A unification between Wilder and Joshua would push the mandatories back.

“Assuming it will be Wembley Stadium in the summer, we are ready, and if they are ready as they say they are, we want to get it done. We want the fight, they want the fight, the public wants the fight. There is nothing to stop it going ahead.”

Deontay Wilder Accepts Anthony Joshua’s Challenge, Says ‘I Can’t Wait To Meet You In The Ring’

After Joshua’s win vs. Parker, Hearn said Wilder’s team didn’t seem interested in negotiating for a fight. And there’s little doubt negotiations have been contentious in the past. Joshua, who’s estimated to earn £20 million ($28.1 million) for fighting Parker, had a 65-35% split for the total money generated by their bout.

Though Wilder said in the past he wants a 50-50% split, that was never realistic. Instead, he’s now reportedly saying he’ll accept a 60-40% split.

 

Promoter Eddie Hearn will hold a meeting with Deontay Wilder’s team in New York next week as negotiations continue for a fight against Anthony Joshua for all the heavyweight world titles.

Joshua is still waiting to receive a counter offer from WBC king Wilder, who did not accept a reported flat fee of $12.5m for a massive showdown with the British star, the IBF, WBA and WBO belt holder.