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“What is the problem right now? No more excuses! No more running! The Mecca of boxing will always be in America but we ain’t worried because we’re gonna get what we’re supposed to. I know me and Joshua are gonna fight. Like I said I declare war and I should be feared. You better take this as a response to back to Joshua. 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. There’s only so much you can do, but what you can do is make the biggest fight in boxing happen right now,” said Wilder

Hearn then responded the following

“Trust me Deontay, I’m in boxing to make the biggest fights. There is no one on our side that does not want that fight. We will be reaching out to your team. We will be making offers for the fight. We are happy for the fight to happen next. We’re happy for the fight to happen in the summer. But you can call it running, you can call it ducking. None of it exists. Trust me when I say, he wants to fight with you. He wants to fight the best.”

Finkel then took over and said that he wants the fight done as soon as possible. Promoter Hearn is in New York City this week because of Matchroom’s first ever boxing show on US soil headlined by Danny Jacobs versus Luis Arias. The two went back and forth a bit and decided set up a meeting for this week to discuss Joshua-Wilder.

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