Fury And Wilder's Round Table Interview Is Going To Be Fun

Wilder and Fury will meet on December 1 in Los Angeles

Wilder and Fury will meet on December 1 in Los Angeles

However, Sulaiman suggests the WBC will do everything in their power to make sure the victor of Fury-Wilder will be the one to face Joshua next.

The build-up to the mega heavyweight fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury has already been pretty explosive and that continued this week as their round table sit down aired in the United Kingdom on BT Sport.

As of Sunday, Fury, whom the WBC recently rated No. 3, was still not enrolled.

WBC champion Deontay Wilder's representatives have said they will not resume negotiations for a fight with Briton Anthony Joshua until better terms are offered and that no such offer has been forthcoming, Sky News reported.

"I just think it was an oversight", Finkel told ESPN.

Fury also said he had, "The psychological edge" because Wilder's nickname of the "Bronze Bomber" means, "A third-placed man".




Wilder has been a strong advocate for a testing program specific to each of his fights.

The WBC mandates that the all of its titleholders and contenders participate in the random drug-testing program overseen by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association.

He sent a message, he had a fight, and he has been struggling with paperwork, so we understand that.

Earlier, Deontay Wilder fell three times fights because of the positive doping tests of players - Alexander Povetkin vs Luis Ortiz and Andrzej Waurika.

Loud megafit in the heavyweight division between DevTeam Wilder (40-0, 39 KO's) and Tyson fury (27-0, 19 KO's) in jeopardy. He was stripped of the titles and ultimately did not fight for 31 months until returning to the ring in June.

Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn and his father Barry want the agreement in place before Wilder faces Fury.

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