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Hearn said the pressure is on for the Americans to deliver something big for their WBC champion. The obvious two places to host the fight are Las Vegas or London but there was talk of having a rematch as well.

“I think they are under pressure to deliver Deontay Wilder something. To deliver him some money and to deliver him a real fight. You could tell that. We talked about doing it March or April. We talked about outdoors in the UK, we talked about doing it in Vegas. They want in Vegas we’d like it in the UK. We talked about doing two fights, one in Vegas, one in the UK,” revealed Hearn.

They also discussed the possibility of both Joshua and Wilder boxing on the same card before their eventual head to head clash in the summer.

“We talked about maybe both of them boxing on the same card in March or April and then doing it in the summer,” Hearn told.

“Everything is in play at the moment,” he continued.

The WBA, IBF & IBO World heavyweight champion is currently in Dubai enjoying some time off.

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But Joshua has still been in contact with Hearn and he’s willing to face whoever. The promoter talked about how they are ready to pay a bit more to Joseph Parker and Wilder since the mission is to get all the belts for ‘AJ’. 

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