Wilder Reportedly Agreed To Terms With Skill Challenge

Deontay Wilder has reportedly agreed terms to join Skill Challenge Promotions, according to ProBox TV.

The news reinforces suggestions that a four-man heavyweight tournament in Saudi Arabia at the back end of the year could occur. 

The Saudi promotional company has already signed a co-promotional agreement with Oleksandr Usyk in an attempt to secure an undisputed fight with Tyson Fury.

Meanwhile, this news with Wilder could facilitate a potential fight with Anthony Joshua after Eddie Hearn had confirmed that they had received a verbal offer, subject to a contract. 

Wilder’s last fight was against Robert Helenius, as he knocked out the latter in the first round. And given that he is now a free agent, the star has been exploring his options after leaving the PBC. 

With Joshua looking to fight in August, Wilder is looking to do the same, which is why the news could not come at a better time. 

“We got a lot of great things coming up. It’s been a bit of a dilemma of what path to take, what is available and what is not. 

“There’s so many different things in the fight game. This business is one of the most difficult around because it’s unstructured.

“We narrowing down, and people should see me back in maybe August, no later than September,” Wilder

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