Deontay Wilder Issues 24hr 'Take It Or Leave It Offer' To Joshua

Hearn stated they have "prayed on the words of Anthony" who said previously he would fight Wilder for $50m, but he also revealed that Finkel has still not replied to the offer made to him two weeks ago.

"But this is substantial money, and if there is something there then we will definitely look at it". They say a happy fighter is a risky one and I am very happy at the moment.

"They want total control of the show which might or might not work, Anthony's got a lot of TV contracts that we've got to satisfy".

'We made an offer to Joshua to fight Deontay in his next fight and we offered him $50 million.

However, Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn said earlier this month that the WBA has ordered the Briton to enter into negotiations with mandatory challenger Alexander Povetkin.

Finkel detailed additional elements of the offer for what would be a pay-per-view fight in the United States; all of Joshua's title fights have been on pay-per-view in the United Kingdom, his home country.

"I've been giving him good advice about slipping and moving and sliding shots, how to take a shot and roll it and then slip and come back".

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When asked about the status of the current offer, AJ's promoter continued: "We haven't even seen any paperwork yet so we're gonna request that and we're gonna explore it. It makes everyone say: "You've got to take the fight now", added Hearn.

Hearn insisted that he was taking the offer seriously although stated that he would be looking further into the actual details of the deal before signing anything. Probably not, because when we get the contract, if we ever get it, there'll be all sorts in there.

"When I'm ready for these guys in a couple of fights, we will take on anybody".

"He wants to know if it's real".

It seems that this latest offer can confirm whether or not Eddie Hearn is truly afraid that his fighter will lose to Wilder. Al Haymon (Wilder's other manager) and I have never not delivered what we offered'.

Both fighters now hold all four major world titles between them and speculation of a bout has increased since Joshua defeated Joseph Parker last month to unify the WBA, IBF, IBO and WBO titles.

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