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Wilder talks Joshua loss, Ruiz repeat, Hearn jab and Fury announcement

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WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder appeared on Sirius XM’s At the Fights recently as he spoke on Anthony Joshua’s loss to Andy Ruiz. 

Wilder spoke about how Joshua would lose if a rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr. happened.

‘The Bronze Bomber’ also aired views on what he thinks of Eddie Hearn calling him classless.

Finally, on what happens to the Tyson Fury rematch if his former opponent loses later this month against Tom Schwarz.

Fury steps up to challenge Wilder again in February of 2020 on the back of their draw in December.


“It’s gonna be interesting to see how he takes this time and rebuilds himself. Whether he gets himself back into the mix. And when he do that, I’ll be here.” — @BronzeBomber explains why a potential fight with Anthony Joshua is still not out of the question. @CommishRandyG @gerrycooney.


“There’s one thing in boxing that you do not do … you do not quit.  And that is exactly what he did.” — @BronzeBomber explains why Andy Ruiz beats Anthony Joshua should a rematch between the two take place in the UK this winter. @CommishRandyG @gerrycooney #JoshuaRuiz #boxing


“I feel the same way for him.  He’s been classless this whole time.  That’s why the fight [with me and Joshua] has never happened.” — @BronzeBomber responds to Eddie Hearn calling him “classless” at the #JoshuaRuiz postfight presser. @CommishRandyG @gerrycooney #boxing


Did Deontay Wilder announce the rematch with Tyson Fury the night before #JoshuaRuiz on purpose?  And what happens should Fury lose to Tom Schwarz?  @BronzeBomber updates @CommishRandyG and @gerrycooney on #WilderFury2. #boxing

SiriusXM’s At The Fights airs Mondays and Fridays from 6-8p ET. The show is on the first and only nationally-broadcast combat radio channel.

The show is hosted by former New York State athletic commissioner Randy Gordon. Plus former #1-ranked Heavyweight contender Gerry Cooney.