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Anthony Joshua tells Deontay Wilder to fight him when he's 'man enough not to lie'

Anthony Joshua has reignited his contention with Deontay Wilder by advising the Bronze Bomber he's prepared to fight him when 'he's man enough not to lie'. 

The bound together boss was on an impact course with Wilder a year ago - then the WBC champion - however, an arrangement never appeared with the American and his group blaming Joshua for 'dodging' the fight. 

What's more, Joshua ended up grabbed in the attention of a storm when his opponent Tyson Rage and Wilder arranged with no entanglements right in front of him. 

Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has told Deontay Wilder he needs to fight him 

Notwithstanding, Wilder as of late sabotaged his cases that Joshua avoided the fight in the wake of conceding that their offer was more rewarding than the one he had the chance to confront Wrath, who might proceed to strip him of his title in their February rematch. 

Joshua, who guards his WBA, WBO and IBF world heavyweight titles against Kubrat Pulev on Saturday night, has demanded he needs to fight Wilder notwithstanding Wrath holding his WBC belt. 

'He [Wilder] is another challenger. The offer stands when he's prepared and he's man enough to not lie, be genuine,' Joshua told the Off The Sleeve show on DAZN. 

Wilder said that Joshua dodged him when talks between their camps imploded a year ago 

The American battled Tyson Fierceness all things considered and was deprived of his reality title in the subsequent fight 

'It wasn't decent when they were attempting to discolour my name. It'll be a great idea to get [him to] stop [the] PR stunts and get a fight in progress.' 

Wilder is at present in the legitimate process of upholding a rematch with Rage after their set of three fight was surrendered because of an inability to concede to date and the Brit's group accepting his rematch condition had terminated. 

Should Joshua arise victorious toward the end of the week and Anger win his fight in court against Wilder, the stage will be set for the two heavyweights to meet in a fight for the undisputed crown? 

If an adjudicator concurs with Wilder's cases that he has a legally binding right to a third fight with Wrath, then Joshua will probably push ahead with mandatory protection against WBO's No 1 positioned fighter Oleksandr Usyk.

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