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“I’m a champion, he’s [Joshua] a champion, I’m an American champion. I’m not going to chase anybody. At the end of the day, It doesn’t matter what anybody is doing their country, the Mecca of boxing is here in America. The money is here in America. It looks good over there. That small country, it looks good and I’m happy for what they are doing but if you want to establish yourself it must be here.,” commented Wilder.

Promoter Eddie Hearn’s ideal situation right now would be a fight between Wilder and the WBC Silver Heavyweight champion, Dillian Whyte. Wilder believes it’s just a plan to keep him as far away from Joshua as possible.

“Dillian Whyte is just a decoy. It’s just to stir things up. Dillian Whyte? Please. That is a laughable opponent. I am a danger factor. I am a risk to what they have going on in England. All it is, is just a big circle, a big experiment of Eddie Hearn’s and Anthony Joshua is in the middle,” said the WBC World heavyweight champion.

Wilder then went on a rant about Eddie Hearn, saying that the promoter doesn’t respect loyalty but only money. The American also sent a message to all of Joshua’s UK fans. 

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