WBC heavyweight champion addresses the blockbuster title clash and rematch, his own history and future in the sport and a potential showdown with British champion Anthony Joshua.
WBC heavyweight world champion Deontay Wilder joined UFC announcer and comedian Joe Rogan on his Joe Rogan Experience podcast on Monday, December 10, 2018 to talk about his exciting heavyweight title clash with Tyson Fury in Los Angeles.
Rogan starts off rather bluntly asking Wilder: “How the @&$% do you punch so hard.”
The hour and a half conversation took many turns, and of course, eventually wound around to a future title unification with British champion Anthony Joshua.
“He’s really been forgotten,” Wilder says of Joshua. "They're definitely begging now (to fight me). He could have had this opportunity."
The 33-year-old native of Tuscaloosa, Alabama quickly turned things back to Fury and a possible spring rematch.
“I'm just ready for the rematch," he said. "If people were excited and enjoyed that one, just imagine the rematch."
For a closer look at "The Bronze Bomber," check out Deontay Wilder's fighter page.