Deontay Wilder considers his”sixth sense” tells him that the”key” reason Anthony Joshua dropped to Andy Ruiz Jr – and the rematch will proceed the identical manner.
Shockwaves were sent via the heavyweight division when Joshua was conquered by Ruiz Jr but he can recover the IBF, WBA and WBO titles when they meet on December 7, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
“I truly don’t think he is prepared for that. I am one of the folks that he has to prove wrong,” WBC winner Wilder completely told Sky Sports about Joshua.
“Many people have doubted me in the beginning and still do so. But I am among those folks he has to prove incorrect.
“I know body language, I am very smart when it comes to [these items ]. What his body stated in that ring showed all to me that I want to see. Just the fighter could know inside himself.
“The trick is still to be told. And that’s OK, because you would like to keep folks guessing. Can it be this? Or was it that? That’s why the fight is larger. People don’t know what to believe.
“Individuals will eventually find out what it actually was.
“If he is not right, and folks are saying something but he does a different, then folks are going to have their own perception of what they think about him afterwards.
“People say’when he loses, it is more than’.
“There’s more pressure on him. I feel drained when I talk about his situation.
“Trust me, I have a sixth sense”
If Joshua beats Ruiz Jr, an undisputed heavyweight championship battle could be resurrected, and Wilder remains unbeaten at a rematch with Luis Ortiz on November 23.
Last year, once they fought to a draw, Tyson and wilder Fury aim another fight for 2020.
Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn told Sky Sports this week:”I really don’t see how the February fight [Wilder vs Fury] can happen.
“The entire world is considering Joshua-Ruiz Jr, and I do not think anything could happen until this fight occurs. Ruiz Jr is using all the [promoters] PBC and Al Haymon, therefore is Deontay Wilder.
“If Ruiz defeats Joshua, they will be seeking to make an undisputed fight [against Wilder], but obviously if Joshua wins, that throws out everything. Who can rule out Joshua from Tyson Fury at Wembley next summer”
Joshua, asked if conflicts using Wilder and Fury would happen, told Sky Sports last week:”Yes, 100 percent. That is like asking whether a football team will play with a different football team. Of course.
“We’re in the same branch, in the identical time period. We must fight every other.
“We’re all big draws from the heavyweight division therefore that it would be massive.
“I’d love to fight Wilder, I’d really like to resist Fury.”