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Anthony Joshua has finally spoken.

He’s been called out numerous times by Deontay Wilder live on television and on social media through tweets and videos. Joshua has kept quiet and offered few pushbacks to Wilder’s messages.

The WBC World heavyweight champion demolished his mandatory challenger Bermane Stiverne last Saturday and declared war against Joshua in his post fight speech.

“Phenomenal performance. He did what he had to do to get the job done and now he’s looking forward to the next year like myself,” said Joshua in an exclusive interview with IFL.tv

Wilder has been vocal in his social media messages and tweets about fighting Joshua. He has accused Joshua of ducking and avoiding him, not taking on tough challenges.

“I’ve been taking challenges since my 15th fight in the sense that I fought for a world title in my 16th fight. So that tells you where I’m at in terms of fighting people. Me and Dillian it was a fight where he was calling me out and we got the fight cracking. Deontay Wilder wants to call me out – no problem. I’ve already had a meeting about that,” responded Joshua.

Recently the American boxer also wondered why Joshua doesn’t respond or speak for himself publically. A calm and collective ‘AJ’ had this to say.

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