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Former 3-time world super middleweight champion, Carl Froch has touched on the fight that everybody would like to see made in 2018. Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder has the potential to be one of the biggest matchups in the sport and both fighters are keen for the showdown to take place.

“The big fight for him (Joshua) is Deontay Wilder – that fight will have to happen,” Froch told Drivetime on talkSPORT. “Eddie Hearn has told us that fight will happen in 2018, so he better give it to us – he probably won’t like me saying this – but he said it’s going to happen, the fans want to see it happen – so it’s going to have to happen.

— Anthony Joshua (@anthonyfjoshua) November 9, 2017

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