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The trash talk from Deontay Wilder seems to be never ending.

The way Wilder is presenting himself in the media, it’s clear that he’s almost desperate to fight Anthony Joshua but it’s no wonder. The American has called Joshua ‘king’ on numerous occasions. ‘AJ’ is the number one name in the division but unlike his future challenger, Joshua presents a calm demeanor with a business first type of mind.

Lack of self-confidence is something one rarely accuses Joshua of. But in a recent interview, Wilder talked about how Joshua doesn’t show the same type of excitement as the American does when talking about the unification title fight. 

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