Deontay Wilder says he would knock Anthony Joshua out 'ten times out of ten'

Deontay Wilder says he would knock Anthony Joshua out 'ten times out of ten'

The Bronze Bomber, 33, is adamant he would KO AJ in "dramatic" fashion, as he "loves fighting guys like that".

Wilder told AB Boxing News: “Most definitely, it’s ten out of ten knockouts all the way down.

“Not only just a knockout but in dramatic fashion, that’s what I’m all about.

“With Joshua it’ll definitely be dramatic , I love fighting guys like him, not too much movement.

"It’s perfect for a right hand right down the middle followed behind a left hook."


Meanwhile, Wilder claimed he and Tyson Fury have proven it's not a one-fighter division, as AJ – who was booed in London last night –  believes.

The Bronze Bomber added: "Before they thought they were the only people here in the heavyweight division.

"They thought they were the only one, the machine, the heart, the soul of the heavyweight division, but he was sadly mistaken and me and Fury showed that.

“We [Wilder and Fury] has to humble him [Joshua], at this point in time his trying to save face.

"He’s trying to use damage control and come over here and get on talk shows and act like he want to fight, but he really don’t want to fight.

“They need to quit it, if they really wanted to fight it would’ve been a long time ago.

"I just tell them to keep doing what they’re doing in their country, stay over there in their country and keep fighting those guys.

“Because the best of the best is going to fight with you or without you."

Wilder went on to say he hopes Fury keeps fit and keeps fighting… so they can enjoy a rematch.

The American said: “I’m looking forward to the rematch, so hopefully Fury can enjoy the holidays and the happy new year and get himself together.

"I don’t want him to relapse, I want him to stay focused and stay in the gym.

“It’s going to be up to his family and his team to keep him motivated and keep him in the gym and let’s do this rematch.

“Because it can’t be a draw, there must be a winner, somebody’s ‘0’ has to go and I’m willing to put my record and my belt back on the line."

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