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The latest ‘Tha Boxing Voice podcast’ offered us a conversation between Eddie Hearn, Deontay Wilder’s manager Shelly Finkel, and Wilder himself, but one guest a bit late to the party was Tyson Fury.

After Hearn and Finkel were done discussing their possible meeting in New York, Fury was put on air and he congratulated Wilder for his performance against Bermane Stiverne this past weekend in which Wilder knocked his mandatory challenger out in the first round.

“First of all, congratulations Bomb Squad! Excellent job. Second of all, please don’t fight ‘AJ’! You’re going to take my 50 million dollars, just like you done Stiverne,” joked Fury.

Wilder quickly replied:

“We both want him [Joshua]. I want him, the world wants it. I’m gonna take him out and then throw him to the UK and you can finish him off,” he said.

Fury came back with the following:

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