FURY EPILOGUE Premieres on SHOWTIME Immediately Following The Delayed Telecast of the Dramatic Main Event The thrilling Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury heavyweight blockbuster, a sure-fire Fight of the Year candidate, will air on SHOWTIME this Saturday, December 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
On Saturday, both Wilder and Fury made strong cases for 2018 Fighter of the Year honors.
And Wilder's co-manager Shelly Finkel has also said that the Alabama fighter wants to face Joshua.
"If everything is in the paper, I have no desire to discuss anything, and let him go fight who he wants".
Yet boxing fans aren't entirely convinced that Joshua genuinely wants to fight either of the two heavyweights, having seen a fight with Wilder already fall through.
'What took this fool so long?
"Like we ain't been interested?" Fury got up quickly and rallied to almost winning back the round as Wilder appeared as if he might've punched himself out going for the finish. It was one of the most exciting fights - certainly the most exciting I've seen at heavyweight in America since Lennox Lewis-Vitali Klitschko (in 2003). "Either one of you!"
Joshua's promoter Hearn has maintained that Wilder is the No 1 choice of opponent for the unified champion's next scheduled title defence at Wembley Stadium on April 13.
"We're very interested in the fight [with Joshua]", Finkel told Sky Sports.
If the mega fight does come to fruition it would see the victor - as long as there's no draw at this one - claim the WBC, WBA "super", IBF and WBO Heavyweight belts.
Wilder scored two knockdowns, but he was unable to put Fury away in a bout where the feared puncher had a lot of trouble with Brit's movement and defense.
"I am going out to LA and we will talk (with Wilder's representatives) this week".
WBC heavyweight champion Wilder knocked Fury down twice in the fight but besides that, the Gypsy King seemed to be in total control of the bout.
"They said it was going to be a boring fight". After two-and-a-half years out the ring, ten stone ballooned, mental health problems.