Deontay Wilder on Anthony Joshua: ‘What his body said in that ring showed me everything that I need to see’

Deontay Wilder considers his”sixth sense” informs him the”secret” reason Anthony Joshua dropped to Andy Ruiz Jr – and the rematch will proceed the identical manner.
Shockwaves were sent through the division when Joshua was conquered by Ruiz Jr however he can regain the IBF, WBA and WBO titles once they meet again on December 7, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
“I really don’t think he’s prepared for this. I’m one of those people that he must prove incorrect,” WBC winner Wilder exclusively told Sky Sports about Joshua.
“Many individuals have doubted me from the beginning and still do this. But I’m among those folks he must prove wrong.
“I know body language, I am very smart in regards to [these things]. What his body said because ring showed everything to me I need to view. The fighter would understand within himself.
“The secret is still to be informed. And that is OK, since you want to keep people guessing. Can it be this? Or was it ? That’s why the next battle is larger. People don’t understand what to think.
“Individuals will finally see what it really was.
“If he is not appropriate, and people are saying something but he does yet some other, then individuals will have their own comprehension of what they think about him afterwards.
“People say’when he loses, it is over’.
“There is more pressure on him. I feel emptied when I discuss his situation.
“Trust me, I have a sixth sense”
If Joshua beats Ruiz Jr an undisputed heavyweight championship battle could be hammered, and Wilder remains unbeaten in a rematch with Luis Ortiz on November 23.
After they fought to a draw, Tyson and wilder Fury aim another struggle for 2020.
Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn told Sky Sports this week:”I don’t see the February fight [Wilder vs Fury] could occur.
“The entire world is looking at Joshua-Ruiz Jr, and that I really don’t believe anything could happen until that fight takes place. Ruiz Jr is using the [promoters] PBC and Al Haymon, and so is Deontay Wilder.
“In case Ruiz beats Joshua, they will be seeking to make an inexplicable battle [against Wilder], but clearly if Joshua wins, then that throws out everything. Who will rule out Joshua against Tyson Fury at Wembley next summer”
Joshua, requested if conflicts using Wilder and Fury would happen, told Sky Sports last week:”Yes, 100 percent. That is like asking if a soccer team will play with another football team. Obviously.
“We’re in exactly the exact same division, in precisely the same era. We must fight every other.
“We are all big draws in the heavyweight division therefore that it would be massive.
“I would really like to battle Wilder, I would like to fight Fury.”

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