Professional boxer, Dillian Whyte has laughed off Deontay Wilder's claims that he's 'a liar', saying he has official documents to prove that he tried to force a fight with the WBC champion. According to Sky Sports, Wilder aimed a fresh verbal attack at Whyte, suggesting that the British heavyweight would already have faced him, if he had previously accepted fights against Luis Ortiz or Dominic Breazeale.
British professional boxer, Tyson Fury wants a potential undisputed fight with fellow Briton, Anthony Joshua to take place in Las Vegas, not Saudi Arabia. However, the former heavyweight world champion must first dethrone Deontay Wilder when they clash in their rematch on February 22. Meanwhile, Joshua has to overcome mandatory challengers Kubrat Pulev and Oleksandr Usyk. Should they do so, Fury will target a clash with his domestic rival who regained his three belts from Andy Ruiz Jr last year.
British Professional boxer, Anthony Joshua has slammed Deontay Wilder on social media after the WBC champion’s former promoter claimed talks over a unification fight were always doomed, adding that his attempt to broker deals for a unification bout with Joshua led to his sack. Lou DiBella, who co-promoted Wilder until 2018, worked alongside Al Haymon and the Bronze Bomber’s current manager Shelly Finkel.
Dillian Whyte is set to head to America for a fight with Andy Ruiz Jr later this year, although Alexander Povetkin is the "frontrunner" to become the Londoner's next opponent. Sky Sports reports that the British heavyweight will be back in action in April or May, with promoter Eddie Hearn tabling an offer for a fight against Ruiz Jr, who suffered a points defeat to Anthony Joshua in their rematch in Saudi Arabia.
British Heavyweight boxing champion, Anthony Joshua, is set to face Kubrat Pulev at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in June this year. The venue was confirmed by his promoter Eddie Hearn on Thursday. Last December, Joshua defeated Andy Ruiz Jr in Saudi Arabia to regain the WBA, IBF and WBO titles after losing the belts to the Mexican few months earlier.
Boxing Promoter, Eddie Hearn has confirmed Pulev is the ‘front-runner’ to face Anthony Joshua in the coming months. He said the fight would likely take place in the UK or Nigeria. “Kubrat Pulev is the frontrunner. I think we’ve established that the IBF mandatory was called before the WBO mandatory. Pulev is the fight for me, and more importantly for the boss, AJ, he wants it here. He’s boxed now in Saudi Arabia for his last fight, he’s boxed in New York before that.
Heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua insists a "curveball" offer could tempt Deontay Wilder into a dream undisputed heavyweight championship fight, and has revealed he has held meetings to discuss how to set it up. WBC champion Wilder will face Tyson Fury in a rematch on February 22 while Joshua will defend his newly-regained IBF, WBA and WBO titles against either Kubrat Pulev or Oleksandr Usyk, whose representatives he met for negotiations last week.