Deontay Wilder thinks Anthony Joshua is lying to boxing fans

“I know how the whole game works, bro. I’m behind scenes"- Wilder said.

by Sead Dedovic
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Deontay Wilder thinks Anthony Joshua is lying to boxing fans
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Deontay Wilder has criticized Anthony Joshua many times so far in his career and has not had such a great opinion of him. Speaking to The Last Stand Podcast, Wilder talked about Joshua's popularity. Deontay is not particularly impressed with him.

He believes that Joshua is a boxer who 'bought things' “I’ve said it many times before, and I’ll say it again: it’s a difference between champions being born and being made,” Wilder said, as quoted by boxingscene.com!

“And Joshua was made, you understand me? He was a made fighter. They bought things, they gave him things. Even with certain things, with the arena. ‘Oh, they sold this.’ No! Y’all didn’t sell out nothin'

Y’all comped tickets and y’all resold them."

Deontay Wilder: I know how the whole game works

Wilder is someone who looks at things from multiple angles. He believes that Joshua manipulates when it comes to tickets for the match.

“I know how the whole game works, bro. I’m behind scenes. I know how things work. You wanted it to seem like it sold out, you put your tickets out there, and you build your own little ticket thing and you buy all your tickets.

Now it seems like you sold out the arena. And what you do? All you do is put it back on the market and resell it. ”- he continued. Deontay believes that this is a tactic used by many boxers. Wilder once again confirmed that he does not have a great opinion of Joshua.

“It’s one of the oldest tricks in the book, when it comes to the business. And now people on the outside looking in, ‘Oh my God, they sold out faster than Michael * J[ackson].’ Are you serious? That’s how it is. That’s how the trick is done”. - Deontay Wilder concluded.

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