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Anthony Joshua recently declared following his victory against Joseph Parker to unify the WBO, WBA, IBF and IBO world heavyweight titles that he intends to unify all the titles in the heavyweight division.

He has looked to put action behind his words, by making an offer to ‘The Bronze Bomber’ believed to be in the region of $12.5m.

Wilder and his team are believed to have scoffed at that first offer, furthermore, the American’s team estimates that the unification clash for the undisputed world heavyweight title will be worth $100m.

Joshua has offered his response to that situation and attempted to call their bluff.

‘AJ’ claims if it is indeed a $100m fight as they believed, he will step back from his original stance of a 60-40 split and happily accept a 50-50 offer and sign on the dotted line tomorrow if he was offered $50m. 

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