Deontay Wilder will have to fight Anthony Joshua twice of he beats Tyson Fury
If Deontay Wilder overcomes Tyson Fury, there is a three-week window to finally thrash out terms with the American’s team for two fights between the rival belt holders.
Hearn has been considering opponents for Joshua’s next fight, with the unified heavyweight champion instructing him to make a fresh attempt to agree a deal with Wilder
Who defends his WBC title against Tyson Fury in Los Angeles on December 1.
If Fury wins and the rematch clause kicks in, we know we’ve got to move on ourselves, but my instruction is ‘Make that fight.’
“They haven’t really wanted to speak to me before it.
Now when the fight’s over, if Wilder wins, we’ll be on him on Sunday, saying any chance now? Can we meet now? If they say no again, I don’t know what else we can do.
If they are true to their word, on December 2, if they beat Tyson Fury, we will immediately start negotiations and we’ll see where we get to. April 13 is easy
We’ve been trying to do it for the last two months
“We’ve got to do our best to try and make it happen, and we’ll be doing that straight after the fight.
Obviously, with no doubt, it’s a two-fight deal this time, the offer that we’ve made. One in America, one in the UK, we cannot say fairer than that.