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14 November 2017, 04:37 | Sandy Nunez
We know when Tyson Fury will return to the ring
Fury vowed to return to the top of the pile in a recent "open letter" he penned to the now-retired Wladimir Klitschko, in which he sounded a warning to Klitschko's last conqueror Anthony Joshua.
Anthony Joshua says that his decision to hit out at Tyson Fury on Twitter was brought about by a need to "fight fire with fire", ESPN reports.
When asked about facing Wilder, Joshua told Dubai Eye 103.8: "Yeah, why not?"
"I've always done my business in the gym, I'll give them a little bit on social media and that, I've always handled my business in the negotiation room behind closed doors, when things are done I announce them".
"I had a fight the week before him and then he fought [a brutal first-round knockout of Bermane Stiverne] and he mentioned I'm running scared".
"I just thought he must want to fight so he must have made an offer, which he hadn't, so we're just taking it upon ourselves to see the landscape and the opportunities of making this fight a reality".
He also warned Joshua he does not need to get in shape to win a fight between the pair. 100 per cent. It's something that we're taking time to do and actually doing right now.
Joshua, who retained his world titles with a tenth round stoppage of Carlos Takam last month, is apparently eager to get back in the ring as he wound up his potential future foes.
"I hope people don't make this as awkward as they want it to be, if they're realistic about what they want we can definitely make this fight happen".
Wilder (39-0-38KO) is a big puncher who has only been the distance once in his undefeated career - against Bermane Stiverne in 2015 and he finished Stiverne inside one round of their rematch earlier this month.
"I try to be professional but remember this is a fighting sport and you have to meet fire with fire now and again, ' he stated".
"But if you lose that does not mean it is the end of you". That's just the way life is.
"Losing my unbeaten record will never hold me back from competition because I thrive off it and it makes you a better person in the long run".
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