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However, Eddie Hearn the promoter of both Whyte and Joshua instead has attempted to first make Whyte vs Wilder on British soil in an attempt to build Wilder’s profile ahead of that potential heavyweight unification showdown. Wilder has since responded by saying he’d have no problem first dismissing the challenge of Whyte if the contract for the fight stipulates an Anthony Joshua fight will follow.

“We have already spoken, I have already made my terms. If the UK fans and Eddie Hearn want to send their blockage to their cash cow, then add Joshua to the contract and I would love to whoop Dillian Whyte.

That’s an easy fight, that’s a fight I win in my sleep, a fight I win with one hand tied behind my back,” Wilder told On The Ropes Boxing Radio.

— Sky Sports Boxing 🥊 (@SkySportsBoxing) November 8, 2017

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