Anthony Joshua Tells 50 Cent He's Going To 'F**k Up' Deontay Wilder
Anthony Joshua told 50 Cent he will 'fuck up' Deontay Wilder.
American Boxer Wilder, who has held the WBC belt since 2015, has already spoken up about wanting to challenge the British champ.
Now, Joshua has responded while Facetiming rapper 50 Cent. In the clip, Joshua, who is sat with some of his pals, can be hearing telling the US rapper: "I told him we're gonna fuck up Deontay Wilder. We're coming soon."
Wilder will have to wait a little longer to fight the heavyweight champ, though, as Joshua's next fight has been confirmed as mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev.
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Pulev was named as Joshua's next opponent, after Wladimir Klitschko's retirement meant that there would be no rematch.
However, World Boxing Council president Mauricio Sulaiman seems very keen on getting the pair to face off against each other in the future.
He told Sky Sports: "We will do whatever is possible and necessary to make it happen.
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"That's the fight everybody wants to see. Joshua is a tremendous attraction and a positive role model, and Wilder is the same.
"Two undefeated champions should meet in the ring as soon as possible. Both have commitments to finish, so next year is the time to meet."
WIlder boasts an impressive record with 38 wins - 37 knockouts - and no losses. Joshua's record currently stands at 19 wins and no losses.
Promotor Eddie Hearn told Sky: "AJ is up for fighting anyone. We've got an IBF mandatory to take care of. Then we've got a WBA mandatory to take care of, which could be Ortiz."
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