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“I’ve been waiting on that fight [Joshua] for a long time now. I declare war upon you.”

It’s no secret that promoter Eddie Hearn has been trying to put a fight together with Wilder and Dillian Whyte, but the WBC World heavyweight champion has made it clear he is not interested.

“They are trying to give me a peasant in [Dillian] Whyte but I want the king, Joshua.

“A king doesn’t chase the peasants. A king takes kings. I want Joshua. If he doesn’t give me the fight we have other plans.”

“The world wants Joshua, the world wants Wilder, I want Joshua. Joshua come and see me baby. No more dodging, no more excuses. Make the date, don’t wait,” he said.

Last week the focus shifted a bit towards Tyson Fury and his inevitable fight against Joshua if Fury gets his license back. But after Wilder’s performance against Stiverne, it is once again clear which one is the more relevant fight in heavyweight boxing.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Hearn told Joshua’s response to Wilder’s recent call outs.

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