Deontay Wilder sent a warning message to Anthony Joshua regarding his next fight

“I like that fight between those two guys and may the best man win."- Wilder said.

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Deontay Wilder sent a warning message to Anthony Joshua regarding his next fight
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Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua have upcoming matches scheduled for December 23 in Saudi Arabia. They both understand that winning these matches might set the stage for their encounter next year. Wilder is optimistic about Joshua's chances of winning and stresses the importance of self-confidence for Joshua to achieve his desired outcome. Anthony Joshua has not been at his best for some time now, which worries his fans. However, this will be a great chance for him to get back on track again.

I like that fight between those two guys and may the best man win,” Wilder told Talk Sport, as quoted by boxingscene.com!

“I think Joshua, I see him winning this fight if his mind is in the right place. If he goes in there with self-confidence and the will to win and the motion to go and do what he’s got to do and get the job done then I see him winning that fight."

Deontay Wilder warns Anthony Joshua

Wilder shared that his main concentration is on his next opponent, with thoughts of a possible match against Joshua coming later. He conveyed a similar idea to Anthony, advising Joshua to prioritize his current challenge before thinking about their potential fight. Deontay believes that if Joshua is already focused on their match, it might cause considerable problems for Joshua in his upcoming fight.


“But, if he goes in there thinking about what’s next, especially when it’s pertaining to me or any other thing outside of that then he might be finding himself in some big trouble. On the day of the fight we’ll find out, but I do have him winning that fight and hopefully everything serves its purpose right and he does come out and win. And once that happens, I come out with the win and he comes out with the win, great things are happening after that, that’s for sure.”

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