Anthony Joshua has insisted that he ‘definitely’ wants to face Deontay Wilder in an undisputed heavyweight title fight.
The Brit defeated Andy Ruiz Jr to regain his three belts in a masterclass performance on Saturday night in Saudi Arabia, and is now back targeting the one remaining crown.
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When asked if he wants the Wilder bout at the post-fight press conference AJ replied: “Yeah definitely, I would love to.
“I’ve united four. It’s hard, it’s difficult to keep them.
“I‘m sure PBC were desperately rooting for Andy to win, but we came and put a little spanner in their works.
“But we’ll see what happens man.
“I’d love to unite the belts, but me chasing, same as in the fight.
“Sometimes if I’m chasing the right hand or I’m chasing the left hook, it may come crashing down.
“And I realised that chasing that fight wasn’t playing into my benefit, so I’m just gonna let the path take its course.
“I’ve got great people managing me, I’ve got a great team, and when the opportunity presents itself to become undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, you know me by now, I’ll definitely step up and take the challenge.”