Published: Thu, December 06, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Wilder 'very interested' in Joshua fight - Finkel

Wilder 'very interested' in Joshua fight - Finkel

"I could have given both fighters problems, if I had the chance to fight them".

The Brit's team immediately called for a rematch, suggesting they would protest the judging in the wake of one officials highly controversial scorecard. "I take nothing away from this fight, but we won this fight", Wilder stated.

Fury showed his slick and quick movement throughout the fight and managed to dodge most of the big punches that Wilder was throwing. Fury rose dramatically and continued to fight until the final bell to cap an effort that will go down as one of the greatest comeback stories in all of sports.

Wilder's trainer Jay Deas said his fighter is desperate for a rematch.

After the bout, Wilder said he would prefer to target Joshua's titles in a bid to unify the division but would be satisfied with either a rematch against Fury or a chance to take on Joshua. "But we disagree when people say Joshua isn't the main man in the division anymore and we look forward to him demonstrating it again". "Both guys put on a tremendous fight", Deas said.

"If the money makes sense in the UK I would love to do it there".

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Joshua has a Wembley date booked for April against an opponent yet to be named, with lengthy public negotiations failing between he and Wilder previously.

If the mega fight does come to fruition it would see the victor - as long as there's no draw at this one - claim the WBC, WBA "super", IBF and WBO Heavyweight belts.

And Finkel established that the American's camp would require talks to be more discreet this time.

According to Sky Sports, Joshua's promoter Hearn has said that Wilder is the first choice to fight AJ for the unified champion's next scheduled title defence at Wembley Stadium on April 13 - saying "let's see what happens".

"If he wants to be professional and keep it in a private discussion, I'm open to it".

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