Wilder Expected To Beat Joshua and Fury Shane Mosley believes WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has what it takes to defeat both Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua. Wilder is set to defend his WBC title against Fury in a rematch scheduled to take place February 22 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The American was outboxed by Fury in their first fight back in December last year but the result was eventually declared a controversial split decision draw after Wilder dropped "The Gypsy King" twice during the 12-round bout. The two unbeaten heavyweights are now set to run things back again with a more definitive ending in mind. However, Mosley expects Wilder to get the better of Fury in the sequel. \u201cI believe that styles make fights and anything could happen but I think Deontay Wilder will win the next fight with Tyson Fury," Mosely told Express Sport. "I think that he\u2019s been there already and he knows Fury\u2019s awkwardness. He knows what to do for the next time they fight in February. "I think he\u2019s learned from the first fight that he can\u2019t just jump right on Tyson Fury but at the same time, Fury\u2019s tough. It\u2019s going to be a great fight. Wilder has to step up to the plate and train hard, he has to be focused. The power of Deontay Wilder is different from any other fighter in the division as this moment.\u201d Should Wilder come out on top -- assuming a rematch clause isn't activated -- it's possible that a fight with unified heavyweight champion Joshua could be next on the agenda. Joshua recently regained his heavyweight titles after outpointing Andy Ruiz Jr. in Saudi Arabia earlier this month. Although Mosley believes it's a 50\/50 fight, he gives the edge to Wilder simply because of his aforementioned power. \u201cI think if Joshua fights Wilder, though, my own personal opinion is that Wilder\u2019s power might be bit too much for Anthony,\u201d he added. \u201cBut Anthony has a better boxing style, he knows how to move, he\u2019s got that Olympic boxing style, that can play a big factor for him. It\u2019s a 50\/50 fight.\u201d Whatever eventually happens, 2020 could be a huge year for heavyweight boxing.