Anthony Joshua believes He can beat Both Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury
Anthony Joshua When asked about his rivals, Joshua responded: “Just give me time, I’ll beat them all.
He continued, “I’ve done what they’ve been dreaming to do in half the time, a quarter of the time.
And Now, What’s Wilder had, 40 fights? Fury’s been professional for 11 years, had one good win against Klitschko and now he’s a boxing god.
He added, “I’ve come up and fought everyone since my 16th fight, in the space of four to five years
Therfore, so I haven’t really got to come out here and prove anything. Stats and facts show it.”
“If you can’t see it, then I can’t preach to the blind,” Joshua continued, “I am that I am and I walk how I walk.
“Miller’s just someone else in my way and once I beat Wilder next after him – If they can’t respect it then, then there’s nothing more I can do.
The challenger pushed the championacross the stage during their face-off and the pair then engaged in plenty of personal trash talk.
After about 40 minutes of dramatics, Miller took his leave while AJ stayed put to continue answering questions from the media.
The champ, Anthony Joshua is referring to the fact that, at just 22-0, he has already claimed three of the four heavyweight world title belts
Plus defeated the likes of Wladimir Klitschko, Dillian Whyte, Joseph Parker and Alexander Povetkin.
And now, It’s obvious that, Deontay Wilder is now 40-0-1 with his best win coming against Luis Ortiz
Also, Tyson Fury is also more experienced at 27-0-1, however his record rivals AJ’s because he’s also beaten Klitschko and arguably Deontay Wilder too.