Deontay Wilder broke arm before Tyson Fury boxing bout

Wilder 'very interested&apos in Joshua fight says Finkel

Tyson Fury wants a rematch with Deontay Wilder but Shelly Finkel says the American is interested in fighting Anthony

Heavyweight world titleholder Deontay Wilder forcefully said on Tuesday that he wants no other fight besides a rematch with lineal champion Tyson Fury in the wake of their epic draw.

A rematch with Wilder is a very realistic possibility with the victor then perhaps facing Joshua, who holds the IBF, WBA and WBO straps formerly held by Fury, later in 2019.

"You saw the best Fury but you did not get the best Wilder and I still managed to get the job done". "It's only right to give Fury a rematch as soon as possible", Wilder said on a teleconference with boxing reporters.

Wilder (40-0-1, 39 KOs), 33, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, considered by many the most devastating puncher in boxing, hit Fury cleanly with a right hand on the chin and followed with a left hook to score a brutal knockdown in the final round.

Sometimes with all the words that come out of Fury's mouth, you have to take with a pinch of salt, however, the 30-year-old backed up his claims in the ring.

Wilder said the bright lights of his first pay-per-view fight and a crowd of almost 18,000 fans, caused nerves that led him to hunt for a knockout as opposed to staying with his game plan.

Despite rarely putting on fights between his stable and Matchroom rival Hearn, Warren believes the fans want them to organise a fight that would draw huge interest.

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"Tyson and I spoke about fighting Wilder and he said, "Go and do it, make it happen". Many people felt it should have been waved off.

Wilder has held the WBC title since January 2015 and Joshua has held all the other major versions of the heavyweight title since beating Wladimir Klitschko in April 2017.

"The second fight is all about proving a point".

Wilder twice knocked down Fury but otherwise struggled against the Briton, who believed he should have won and was outraged with the judges' controversial failure to separate the pair.

Responding to Finkel's comments as reported by Sky Sports, Joshua wrote: "What took this fool so long?"

He's seen praying: "In the mighty name of Jesus, give me strength and power tonight, Lord". When you put the best against the best, exciting things happen.

"I didn't even think about Joshua". However, the allure of one of the biggest ever British fights may be enough to ensure they set their differences aside and make a deal.

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