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“This man [Fury] put England on the map. AJ didn’t do that,” he said.

In fact, Wilder thinks Joshua didn’t beat Klitschko at all.

“This man beat Klitschko. AJ didn’t do that. Only thing AJ did was beat a guy that came off a loss and how long was he out? At least a year? But they praise him [Joshua]. They pick and choose,” Wilder summarised.

 

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