Date: 10th February 2018 at 10:40am
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On 31 March Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker go head-to-head, in Cardiff, in a heavyweight unification fight.

As expected, the promotion sold out within hours of the tickets going on sale, with Joshua being a huge attraction in the sport of Boxing.

However, with it hoped that Joshua will emerge from his fight with Parker, as the winner, there is talk of the Watford fighter taking on Deontay Wilder, the WBC champion, to claim the only belt that won?t be in his possession.

But, earlier this week, a lot of hot-air was coming from the other side of the pond, with Wilder suggesting that Joshua would have to travel to the US to become the Boxing superstar Joshua already believes he is, with Wilder quoted as having remarked,

?Does he want to be remembered as a countrywide champion? Because he?s not worldwide champion.

?Over here in America they don?t even know his name. hey just know him as a big guy from England. That?s fact!

I need him, and he needs me at the end of the day ? unless he does not want to unify.

?Unless he wants to stay over his side of the pond and let people gravitate to him and be a fake sign of what he says he is.

?But then he will never be a global icon. You will never be a worldwide figure without me.?

Is Wilder right or does Joshua, with the larger quantity of the belts available hold all the aces when it comes to the heavyweight division?

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