Deontay Wilder angered by Anthony Joshua's comments

Wilder has hit back at Joshua following the Brit's comments on Monday.
10 October 2017
by:   Daily Mail

Deontay Wilder has continued his war of words with Anthony Joshua by biting back at his rival ahead of a potential heavyweight blockbuster.

Joshua said on Monday that a clash with the American is inevitable after Wilder had claimed via a video on Twitter that Joshua was not physically, mentally or emotionally ready for the challenge.

But Wilder, who will defend his WBC heavyweight belt against Bermane Stiverne next month, has chipped in with another verbal tirade on the Brit.

He said: 'Bro, like what the f*** Anthony Joshua? You're going to soon be ramming your jab down my throat?!

'To be honest, this don't sound too good unless it's some next level ish.

'I guess I'll have to son you and teach you how a champion supposed to talk — so when they hear you, they shall also feel you.

'Next time I'd rather hear how you gonna knock my ass out.'

Wilder's latest criticism of Joshua comes after the IBF, IBO and WBA heavyweight insisted that he could face the 31-year-old or David Haye when quizzed on his next opponent after a bout with Kubrat Pulev in Cardiff on October 28.

'We've got David Feathers (Haye) and Beyonce (Deontay) Wilder,' he told Sky News, before laughing, saying: 'I had to do it'.

'All these guys talk about me all the time and it's negative, always negative, but sooner or later I'll be ramming my jab down their throat.

'It's not a matter of if, it's just a matter of when when it comes to the likes of David Haye and Deontay Wilder because there has been no era of boxing where heavyweights, middleweights, welterweights haven't come together.

'We have to fight each other and that's just the way it's going to go.'

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