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VIDEO: Deontay Wilder Vs Anthony Joshua In 2023?


By Geoffrey Ciani: Once Upon a Time, over four and a half years ago, Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua were both undefeated heavyweight champions.

In March 2018, Wilder had a stunning win over Luis Ortiz, where Wilder overcame adversity to score a 10th inning goal to secure his WBC belt. And in April 2018, AJ took a decisive 12th round win over Joseph Parker, where he added the WBO belt to go along with his unified IBF/WBA belt. The stage was set up perfectly for the big showdown between Wilder and Joshua for all of the world’s major titles. But Wilder and Joshua bottled it, and the fight never happened.

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Fast forward to now, Wilder and Joshua are no longer world champions. Indeed, since that time, AJ has 3 wins and 3 losses, while Wilder has 3 wins, 2 losses and 1 draw. Four and a half years is a long time for professional boxing, and currently the top two fighters in the tournament are Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk. Fury is the reigning WBC and linear world heavyweight champion, and Usyk is the unified IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion.

Even though Wilder and AJ are no longer the top two heavyweights, and even though they’re both basically hitting the 0.500 ball as the perfect timing for them to bounce back in mid-to-late 2018, it’s still going to be. an important fight now, not even an alphabet title on the line. So, will the long-awaited showdown between Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua finally take place in 2023?

This version of Rummy’s Corner will try to explore the possibility and significance of Wilder and Joshua fighting each other in 2023. Please watch and enjoy the video for one’s opinion. This is Rummy’s Corner (produced and narrated by Geoffrey Ciani).

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