Published: Tue, October 02, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Deontay Wilder Calls Anthony Joshua 'A Coward' On GMB

Deontay Wilder Calls Anthony Joshua 'A Coward' On GMB

Joshua and Wilder's camps were in negotiations earlier this year for a fight that would have meant an opportunity for either man - both of whom boast unbeaten records - to become the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder have been on a collision course for a number of months now.

This has infuriated Wilder and he did not hold back in his rant, telling Joshua exactly what he thought of him.

"He's living on the hope and prayer that the 2½ years out, I'm f***ed", Fury said during a press conference Monday in London to promote their December 1 fight.

Before defeating Seferi, the 30-year-old Fury hadn't boxed since he beat the heavily favored Klitschko by unanimous decision in their 12-rounder in Dusseldorf, Germany.

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The brash rivals began their press tour ahead of the December 1 bout in Los Angeles at the BT Sport studios in London on Monday afternoon, and will also visit NY and LA before the end of the week. I've never been as quick, I've never been as powerful, I've never been as explosive.

"Tyson, I wanna correct one thing", Finkel said. "Let's have a little body spa, come on I want to feel it", Fury taunted, leading the Bronze Bomber to step up and stand face-to-face with his December 1 fight rival.

"Hey Joshua, me and Fury have got this thing going on to see who is the biggest and baddest in the world, to see who is champion, one face, one name, something you was too coward to do", Wilder said on ITV's Good Morning Britain. You was a coward and you know this. That's the only reason you took this fight, because you think I'm done. "He knows he's going to get knocked out".

"It's a long time since the heavyweight division had two champions at the top of their game ready to fight each other", said U.S. promoter Lou DiBella. "We didn't pick to fight you, or you to fight us, because we thought you were easy". Think you can hit a bit?

"When we're put in a room together you can feel the energy, to the point where you need security. He's not going to prove me wrong twice".

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