Date: 18th January 2015 at 6:52pm
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Having won the WBC world heavyweight title last night, beating Bermane Stiverne, Deontay Wilder has his future mapped out.

Wilder, now with a record that reads 33-0, with 32 coming by way of knockout, want Tyson Fury to be his 35th opponent in a world title defence. Following that the big-hitting American wants to unify the heavyweight division by taking on Wladimir Klitschko.

Talking about his future in the aftermath of his comprehensive win last night, Wilder had this to say about Tyson Fury,

?I would love to fight Tyson Fury,?

?I want to defend it against Tyson Fury and end the year out with Klitschko a unification. A unification bout with Klitschko. I think that would be a hell of a year. I think he?s [Fury] doing a good job of what he?s doing in boxing. As far as being entertaining, I think he?s ahead of his business in the UK in entertaining and I think I?m doing the same in America ? and I think that is going to be a big clash down the road.?

Will Tyson Fury take the fight against an opponent that can take you out with one punch or will he wait for a bout with Klitchsko that could be another year away?