Anthony Joshua Is Ready To Take Out Both David Haye And Wilder – “That’s Just The Way It’s Going To Go”

The trio of David Haye, Deontay Wilder, and Joseph Parker are after Anthony Joshua and his titles.

All of them have called out Joshua and the number one heavyweight admits that he will have to face all the challenges at some point. Though Parker isn’t really on Joshua’s radar at the moment and it’s more Haye and Wilder that he’s focused on.

“All these guys talk about me all the time and it’s negative, always negative, but sooner or later I’ll be ramming my jab down their throat. It’s not a matter of if, it’s just a matter of when, when it comes to the likes of David Haye and Deontay Wilder,” said Joshua to Sky Sports.

All the negative talk, mostly from Wilder, has caught Joshua’s attention.

“We have to fight each other and that’s just the way it’s going to go,” commented the heavyweight champion.

Meanwhile, at stateside Wilder has been claiming that Joshua is scared to fight him

“Eddie Hearn says his man will knock me out in three, so why haven’t you made the fight yet? If you are so confident, why are you stalling? Why do you stare at me when you’re with your friends, look up and down, sizing me up? Because you’re scared. Everybody is scared. I will unify the division and it will be very soon,” commented Wilder.

Wilder believes that Joshua needs him to make a bigger name for himself in the US.

“It will be a great fight, but he is not that popular over here. I had to burst a lot of people’s bubble but he’s not. If he wants to be global, he needs to come to America to fight me, but to be honest, I don’t care where it happens,” Wilder continued.

“To be global, you’ve got to make your name in America and Joshua is not as big as people think he is over here. The UK is about the size of Texas. One state in my country, where people don’t know who Joshua is for real,” Wilder summarised.

The American heavyweight champion stepping to the ring on November 4th soon after Joshua’s bout against Kubrat Pulev late October. Meanwhile, Haye ends the year with his anticipated rematch against Tony Bellew on December 17th.


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