Published: Mon, November 06, 2017
Sports | By Grace Becker

Wilder 'Declares War' On Joshua After Brutal Knockout Of Stiverne

Wilder 'Declares War' On Joshua After Brutal Knockout Of Stiverne

The unbeaten American dropped Bermane Stiverne three times in a spectacularly violent display before referee Arthur Mercante Jr intervened with one second left in the opening round on Saturday at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.

"I've been waiting on that fight for a long time now". At all. In fact, it happened in the first round.

Deontay Wilder was at his brutal best as he defended his WBC heavyweight title for the sixth time early Sunday. By the looks of this fight, he's ready to keep that title for more than a little while longer.

"My belt says the heavyweight champion of the world".

After his exceptional first-round win Wilder said: "I know I am the best".

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"A king doesn't chase the peasants".

Joshua and his camp have hinted at potential fights with former heavyweight champ Tyson Fury and even Dillian Whyte before a possible unification bout.

It was not the fight that Deontay Wilder wanted last night, but he still felt as if he had something to prove.

Just like Golovkin-Canelo and Mayweather-Pacquiao before it, Wilder-Joshua is what the fans, broadcasters and media want. "I declare war upon you".

But, outside of fighting each other, there is not a lot of options for Wilder or Joshua for super fights. You want to do [Joshua-Wilder] at a soccer stadium in the United Kingdom, let's do it. Deontay Wilder will put Anthony Joshua to sleep the same way he just put Stiverne to sleep.

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Ortiz could be almost 40 by the time he contests titles again while England's Tyson Fury is five or six stones overweight and a long way from title contention, despite all his regular promises on social media of winning back the titles in 2018.

But Nelson wants to see Wilder take on Whyte before he gets a crack at Joshua though. "No more dodging, no more dodging, no more excuses ... make the date, don't wait".

"I'll go to England, I'll go anywhere in the world".

Spencer Oliver is keen to see Wilder take on Joshua straight away though.

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