Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder look set for a date with destiny towards the back end of 2018 and with both boxers winning their respective fights in the spring, when Joshua stopped Joseph Parker and Wilder KO’d Cuban slugger Luis Ortiz.
This epic showdown is now inevitable, with the mouth watering prospect of a unification fight of the boxers five Heavyweight title belts making the winner the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.
The two fighters have been involved in a war of words over the past nine months or so, with Wilder goading Anthony Joshua over his supposed avoidance of a meeting with the American but a big Las Vegas battle looks to be on the cards more than ever now.
I knew I smelt pussy but damn @anthonyfjoshua I didn’t know the odor was that strong you coward ass bitch. Had the world waiting for 3 months playing games just for this moment. You’re not a true champion?? you’re just a weak minded coward that’s holding hard metal. #Facts
I knew I smelt pussy but damn @anthonyfjoshua I didn’t know the odor was that strong you coward ass bitch. Had the world waiting for 3 months playing games just for this moment. You’re not a true champion?? you’re just a weak minded coward that’s holding hard metal. #Facts— Deontay Wilder (@BronzeBomber) June 26, 2018
Despite the fight not being signed and sealed at the time of writing, it has not stopped Joshua v Wilder betting markets already providing some boxing betting odds on this prospective fight, with Anthony Joshua seen as the 4/9 odds-on favourite with Ladbrokes and several other bookies.
How will the fight be won?
Will the fight go the distance?
Of further interest is the expectation that this bout is likely not go the full distance of 12 rounds, with low odds of just 2/9 available on this outcome, with a healthy price of 3/1 for the fight go all the way to the finish and be decided on points.
Nearer the date of the fight, there is sure to be plenty of Joshua Wilder betting offers available on the bout, with an array of enhanced prices, money back specials and free boxing bets to be had.
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