Deontay Wilder has branded fellow global heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua a ‘coward’ for evading him and opted to shield his belts towards Alexander Povetkin closing month.
Wilder and Johusa were not able to comply with a blockbuster fight, and the World Boxing Council heavyweight (WBC) champion, who will lock horns with Tyson Fury on December 1 on the Staples Center in Los Angeles took purpose on the WBA, WBO, IBF, and IBO global name holder insisting the previous Olympic champion and his team are ‘liars.’
“Hey Joshua, me and Fury have got this thing going on to see who is the biggest and baddest in the world, to see who is champion, one face, one name, something you were too coward to do,” Wilder stated on a TV display, Good Morning Britain on Tuesday.
“You are a coward, and you know this, your team knows this. Every last one of you saying things over again, you manipulated it, you conjured it. You are compulsive liars.”
Meanwhile, Joshua who knocked out Russia’s Alexander Povetkin in round seven in their global name fight at Wembley, London closing month has again and again wired he needs his subsequent figh to be towards his fellow undefeated champion Wilder, who holds the WBC model of the heavyweight name.
Joshua’s promoter, Eddie Hearn, alternatively, has said that an be offering will probably be made to Wilder’s camp within the coming days forward of his subsequent bout at Wembley on April 13.