Wilder Vows To KO Joshua As Fury Teases Mega Fight – ‘I’mma Give Saudi Their First Knockout’

Deontay Wilder has vowed to knock out Anthony Joshua amid rumors that he could face the Brit in December.

According to a Saudi company, Skill Challenge Entertainment, there could be a blockbuster clash between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk, as well as Joshua and Wilder too.

While there is still some way to go before an agreement can be reached, given that Joshua and Wilder’s attempts to organize an undisputed clash failed in 2019, the American has thrown down the gauntlet in wanting to face Joshua.

“Let’s make it happen. If that’s what’s going on, let’s make it happen. Let’s put it like this, I’ll keep it sweet – I’mma give Saudi their first knockout victim. I can deliver that for them.

“They haven’t had that much excitement as far of knockouts. I’mma bless them with it. Any Deontay Wilder fight you can expect that, but this one’s gonna be real special.

“I’ve got something special that I’m gonna put on the punch with this one,” Wilder

Much in the same way, WBC champion Fury has teased fans over the prospect of a big fight, playing to the rumors that a deal with Saudi could be done with Usyk.

Negotiations for an undisputed bout between Fury and Usyk broke down, despite the latter agreeing to a 70-30 split.

But with a possible deal in Saudi Arabia on the horizon, Fury’s following comments were telling.

“I’ve got some massive news coming. An imminent fight date and absolutely monstrous fight.

“Keep tuned, because the WBC world heavyweight king is back in action coming very soon, peace out,” Fury

Nevertheless, there is a possibility that Fury’s next fight might not be with Usyk. Fury has himself previously ruled out the rumors linking him to Usyk in Saudi Arabia.

Meanwhile, a fight with Zhilei Zhang could be an option following the latter’s win over Joe Joyce and his subsequent call out of the ‘Gypsy King.’

With that being said, watch this space.

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