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Deontay Wilder - Anthony Joshua Won't Get A Rematch After I Beat Him

Deontay Wilder - Anthony Joshua Won't Get A Rematch After I Beat Him

Deontay Wilder has maintained he is superior to Anthony Joshua in the Heavyweight division, as he heats up the potential Fight and has now gone on to say Joshua wouldn't need a rematch if both fighters square off in the ring.

The Unbeaten WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder (39-0, 38 KOs) finished Bermane Stiverne (25-3-1, 21 KOs) in the first round, dropping him twice in the first round before knocking him out and afterwards called out at Anthony Joshua, who also boosted his confidence with a 10th round knock out against Carlos Takam late last month.

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He is confident that he will so beat up Joshua that there wouldn't be need for a rematch. “When I beat him, I’m not looking for the second time around because it’s gonna be so bad and so brutal that the first time is gonna be enough,” Wilder said in his post-fight press conference. “It’s gonna be like ‘No mas!’ ”

“I’m scaring the heavyweights each and every time,” Wilder said. “Don’t you see? I am the most feared. And if I’m not, then I want somebody to shut me up. I want somebody to prove that to me. I wanna be proven wrong, but for right now, I don’t feel like nobody’s gonna prove me wrong. Who has the guts? He can run [only] for so long, for so far.”

Anthony Joshua will have to face a mandatory opponent before facing Wilder and also Joseph Parker (24-0, 18 KOs) , who holds the WBO World Heavyweight Title might also feature for Joshua before a Showdown with Wilder.
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