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“Eddie listened to what Dillian was saying and said ‘I want to fight Deontay Wilder’. Eddie then said ‘okey, this is offer I’m gonna make Deontay Wilder to fight you’ as a promoter would do and a good manager would do. Deontay Wilder wasn’t interested. Deontay Wilder said I ain’t got nothing to offer this guy but Eddie and Dillian are strategising in this way to formulate that type of money. It’s not about Deontay Wilder, it’s about the WBC belt, that’s what Dillian wants and I understand that.

I’m not aware of myself being involved in the deal with Dillian Whyte getting a fight for the WBC belt. Dillian Whyte is one of my rivals. He’s not one of my business partners. So any business relations we have happens with fists, not in a negotiation room,” told Joshua.

The unified champion confirms fight negotiations will progress once he travels to the states.

“So when it comes to myself competing with Deontay Wilder this is a meeting that I’ve had with my team today and we found a way to make these things happen because Deontay Wilder has called me out after his fight with Stiverne which I didn’t expect. I haven’t seen no contract or offer in place. So know I’ve had to take it upon myself to make plans to travel to America to discuss negotiations so I can become undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. That’s the way business is done,” stated Joshua.

Tyson Fury has been also mentioning Joshua’s name a lot lately. When asked about Fury, the heavyweight champion had mixed feelings. He definitely wants to fight Fury but isn’t really concerned about him since the former heavyweight champion is not active. 

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