Anthony Joshua has said a “curve” offer, could entice Deontay Wilder into a fantasy undisputed heavyweight title battle. Joshua, addressing Sky Sports, likewise uncovered he has held gatherings to examine how to set it up.
WBC champion Wilder will confront Tyson Fury in a rematch on February 22, while Joshua will guard his recently recovered IBF, WBA and WBO titles against either Kubrat Pulev or Oleksandr Usyk, whose agents he met for exchanges a week ago.
“We’ve had gatherings. That equivalent gathering with Usyk’s director, thereafter we had another gathering to possibly place an idea in to set [a battle with Wilder] before they have even had their battle, and before I have my next battle.
“Everybody needs Wilder to win in light of the fact that [a battle with me] is the thing that everybody needs to see. More out of control has an incredible right hand, I have an extraordinary left hand. It is an extraordinary fight.
“We had a gathering about that. It has extraordinary potential. I heard [Wilder and Fury] have a third battle arranged towards the year’s end however we need to confuse in there.
“Something that stands out enough to be noticed giving he wins with the goal that he ponders internally: ‘Despite the fact that I have a rematch provision, I’ll perceive how I can control my agreement, receive in return, and battle for the undisputed title’,” Joshua said.