Anthony Joshua Broke Silence On Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury Challenge! Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury fought last Saturday for WBC Heavyweight title. The match ended in a controversial draw. Wilder sent Fury to the canvas twice, in the ninth and twelfth round. Yet, the British professional boxer dominated the rest of the fight. Frustrated \u201cGypsy King\u201d called WBC to\u00a0sack the controversial judge Alejandro Rochin, who scored the bout 115-111 in the favor of Deontay Wilder.\u00a0Many professional fighters stood by Fury\u2019s side\u00a0and criticizing scoring. Both Fury and Wilder challenged \u201cchicken\u201d Anthony Joshua\u00a0at the press conference after the match. Joshua replied the callout on his Twitter page. The current undefeated IBF, WBA, and WBO champion has already turned down an offer to fight \u201cThe Bronze Bomber\u201d in the past. Yet, Anthony Joshua changed his mind. He is now willing to face either Fury or Wilder. https:\/\/twitter.com\/anthonyfjoshua\/status\/1069782243285979136 What took this fool so long? Like we ain\u2019t been interested?!! 🙄Anyway well done Fury! they wanted to get you because they assumed you was finished!! I\u2019ll give you a fair one when your ready! Either one of you! Anthony Joshua earned the score of 22 victories (21 KO), without losses or draws. The greatest success of his career is his 11th round victory over the legendary Ukranian Wladimir Klitschko. In September of this year, \u201cAJ\u201d defeated Alexander Povetkin. Joshua is set to defend his world title on April 13, 2019, on Wembley Stadium, London, England. Yet, his opponent is unknown yet. According to Skysports.com, Wilder\u2019s co-manager Shelly Finkel stated the team would like to negotiate about the match against Anthony Joshua again. Yet, he demanded from Joshua\u2019s manager Eddie Hearn to \u201ckeep the conversation private and remain professional\u201d. Hearn said Deontay Wilder remained the top option for the potential match against \u201cAJ\u201d. What are your thoughts on this? Would you rather watch the rematch between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, or Wilder Vs Joshua title fight?