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Deontay Wilder is amping up his trash talk game to the next level.

He is looking to face Anthony Joshua in 2018 but there are obstacles in front of him. Matchroom Sports wants to build up the hype between the eventual Joshua-Wilder showdown that will unify the heavyweight division but Wilder thinks his weight class is not stacked enough for such delays and multiple champions.

“All I wanna do is prove that I am the best. That’s all I wanna do. I don’t care about nothing else. The best should fight the best. In the heavyweight division, there should be one champion, one face, one name and that’s Deontay Wilder. The division is too small to have so many champions. There’s too much confusion. People don’t even understand what is going on with the belts. What matters is, the best need to get on with the best. I’ve been ready to get in with the best for a long time. I’ve called them all out over and over again,” stated Wilder in a recent press scrum.

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