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Froch who was an elite level fighter in his professional fighting days explained there may be a need to build the fight and let it marinate at this point in time.

“I think Joshua might get away with one or two more fights before that, but that will be it, and then we’ll know. I think Joshua beats Deontay Wilder – he’s too big for him,” commented Froch.

Explaining his standpoint on the potential heavyweight showdown, Froch feels Joshua’s superior technique and fundamentals makes him an overwhelming favourite

“Wilder is really loose and opens up with really wide shots. Joshua is very clever. And boxing beats that Wilder way of swinging and that wind-milling. He’ll just stay down the pipe, throw a nice straight one-two, walk Deontay Wilder onto a shot and absolutely frighten him if he boxes like that,” Froch added.

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