– Anthony Joshua believes Tyson Fury produced a masterclass to defeat Deontay Wilder for the WBC title – The Gypsy King and Wilder are set to do battle for the third time in July and the winner will face Joshua – Joshua is also on the cards to face Kubrat Pulev for the WBA, IBO and IBF titles on the line at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Anthony Joshua believes Tyson Fury defeated Deontay Wilder because he was at his highest heigh for the fight, cited on Daily Star. The Gypsy King dominated the entire seven rounds before the Bronze Bomber’s corner threw in the towel. Wilder was dropped twice in the third and sixth round respectively as Fury became victorious to claim the WBC crown.
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Now a fight between Fury and Joshua is on the cards after a trilogy with Wilder and AJ has explained how his fellow Brit defeated the American.
“Fury’ and Wilder are very talented, they went in there and they gave their best and one man came out on top,” he said on podcast. “Maybe Wilder thought it would be an easier fight because Fury had a long layoff because he had his own issues outside of the ring and stuff like that, but I think he [Fury] was mentally right. “So he picked himself up and only he knew how high he took his heights.” Joshua will take on Kubrat Pulev at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on June 20, for the WBA, IBO and IBF belts.