Date: 28th October 2016 at 2:09pm
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Following the news that Wladimir Klitschko is keen to make that fight with Anthony Joshua happen in the spring of 2017, it seems that Joshua is very much in demand.

Across the pond, the WBC heavyweight champion, Deontay Wilder, is currently out of the ring whilst he recovers from an injured right hand and biceps injury.

Wilder won?t be stepping back into the ring until 2017 but it is hoped that the heavyweight nicknamed the Bronze Bomber will fight several times next year.

With Wilder?s fights being televised by Showtime Sports, their vice-president Stephen Espinoza, wants to see Wilder, with a record that reads 37-0 with 36 wins coming by stoppage, will be involved in a unification match with Anthony Joshua.

Talking about Wilder?s comeback, Espinoza, talking to Ring has commented,

?I think he?ll be back in camp full time as of the New Year and probably in the spring we?ll see him back in the ring.

?We?d love to have him back on Showtime multiple times in 2017.

?He?s on track to go back into full camp without any restrictions after the New Year.?

But, although Showtime would like Wilder and Joshua to meet, will it happen?