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Earlier this week Wilder was a guest together with his manager Shelly Finkel and promoter Eddie Hearn on ‘Tha Boxing Voice’ podcast show.

The trio discussed fighting Joshua and Wilder wondered why Joshua hasn’t said much of anything apart from what Hearn tells the media.

“If he says he’s going to eat me then let him make it public. You can’t speak for him, Eddie! We want to hear from Joshua. That’s what the world wants to hear from the champion not from you,” shouted Wilder.

The WBC World heavyweight champion has been going non stop at Joshua, especially after his win over Bermane Stiverne last Saturday. Wilder has accused Joshua of running and ducking. In his most recent interview with BBC Sport, the American called Joshua ‘a little girl’ and said that he’s ready to make the trip over to the UK.

— Anthony Joshua (@anthonyfjoshua) November 7, 2017

“Packing out stadiums looks good but the money and Mecca of boxing is in America. But if you want to stay at home like a little girl, this king has no problem travelling to knock out the champion,” said Wilder

In another interview with BBC, ‘The Bronze Bomber’ claimed that he’s the best heavyweight fighter in boxing, not the WBA, IBF & IBO champion. He’s also released a video message to Joshua. 

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