Joshua has carried out numerous interviews in the wake of the possibilities of losing the fight against Wilder since the draw between him and Fury on December 1.
The Londoner was marked ‘the forgotten man’ of the division since the Wilder vs Fury fight was marked as one of best fights compared to other classic heavyweight fights.
Joshua then headed out to the US in fear he may now at long last be prepared to make his debut on American soil.
Jarrell Miller is being arranged for a New York showdown in the spring. Madison Square Garden and the Barclays Center are venues currently being looked at.
‘Big Baby’ Miller was ringside as Canelo Alvarez crushed Rocky Fielding. Miller is prepared to test Joshua and claims to help he on his USA Debut.
Should he and Wilder fall through, Miller will leap frog the victor of Dillian Whyte v Dereck Chisora II.
Talking in New York throughout the end of the week, Joshua uncovered he would offer Wilder a greater paycheck to discard the Fury return.
“There’s no ducking. I’m willing to fight,” he told IFL TV. “Begging? Yeah, I am begging. I want to become the undisputed champion of the world.
“I’m hungry for it, so yeah I am begging. In my head, it is Wilder. In terms of figures, it is a lot more lucrative than what he was fighting Fury for.
“Wilder should really consider this offer. I’m not chasing Wilder, it is not that I am desperate, but I’m just saying that both our schedules are free.
“He hasn’t got no mandatory. I haven’t either,” he added.