Retired British heavyweight boxer, David Price believes Deontay Wilder will be too much for Anthony Joshua if they ever fight each other.
Communication lines have been opened between both parties about the possibility of a fight next year, but Price is confident Joshua’s perfectionism will get the better of him.
Joshua and Wilder have been linked to a fight with each other since both men first became world champions in 2015 and 2016, but a fight has yet to come to fruition.
With both men are currently in a rebuilding process after recently losing their belts, a fight between the pair is looking more likely than ever.
Back in October, Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn sent Wilder’s manager Shelly Finkel a ‘big money offer’ for a fight with the Watford powerhouse.
After a delayed response due to Wilder’s preparations for Robert Helenius, Finkel wrote back and confirmed interest in the long-awaited showdown.
Joshua is expected to box Dillian Whyte in March or April, while Wilder is booked in to face Andy Ruiz Jr in a WBC final eliminator, but it could be made for the back end of 2023.
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