Anthony Joshua has reiterated his desire to fight Deontay Wilder at Wembley in his next fight.
Joshua came through an exciting defence of his IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles by stopping Alexander Povetkin in seven rounds on Saturday night at the national stadium, and attention immediately turned to his return on April 13 when he hopes to lure Wilder.
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Talks to agree Joshua vs Wilder have, so far, come to nothing and the WBC champion from America is now set to defend his title against Tyson Fury in December.
“I got my knockout streak back,” Joshua said after beating Povetkin. “I found my right hand which had gone missing for a while. It’s lining up for April 13.
“April 13 is what I’m really interested in.
“My No 1 would be Wilder. That’s it. Let me not talk about No 2 or No 3.
“Wilder, that’s it.”
Asked who would win between Wilder and Fury, Joshua replied: “I’m not too fussed who wins, I only concentrate on myself.
Good luck to both of them. May the champion bring himself to the UK and let’s have a good dust-up.”