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Anthony Joshua says defeating Deontay Wilder would be the “cherry on top” of his career thus far.

The 28-year-old defended his IBF and WBA ‘super’ world titles against Carlos Takam in Cardiff on October 28, whilst America’s ‘Bronze Bomber’ destroyed Bermane Stiverne in one round a week later in New York to retain his WBC strap.

Promoter Eddie Hearn has stated his desire for ‘AJ’ to fight three times next year, and Joshua is hopeful that an agreement can be reached to face Wilder soon.

“There are certain dreams that you have but can’t remember and others that you wake up from thinking ‘wow, that was real’ and I just feel I can beat Wilder for sure,” Joshua said to Gulf News.

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