'The Bronze Bomber' Deontay Wilder (40-0-1) has vowed that he WILL face Anthony Joshua (22-0) in a history-making heavyweight unification fight after he has seen of Tyson Fury (27-0-1) in their rematch.
The 33-year-old WBC titleholder said, "I want to bring it back to the golden days of boxing. It has not been back since 2004 with Lennox Lewis. Everyone knows that as the heavyweight division goes, so goes boxing.
"I am willing to fight him [Joshua]. This is not us - they know what we want. If we can't come to an agreement there will be no fight. I'm moving on with my career. I can't wait around.
"The world knows I tried [to make the fight with Joshua]. They are trying to milk the people in the Unted Kingdom. But after the next fight, I'm willing and ready. I'm always ready. There will be one champion, and there will be one face. He goes by the name of Deontay Wilder."
On the rematch with 'The Gypsy King' Tyson Fury, Wilder revealed, "We still have a bit more to go but the fight is definitely going to happen. It should be announced very, very soon. As of today, everything is 100 per cent ready to go."