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Brooklyn, New York – March 03: Deonay Wilder (Gold / Black) defeated Louis Ortiz (Green / Black) on March 3, 2018 in the center of Barclays in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Edward Diller / Icon Sportswire through Getty Images)

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Finally, two of the world's biggest heavyweight boxers are climbing the ring to face each other. This is not the big one, but it is the closest to it. On Friday WBC heavyweight champion Deonay Wilder announced he will face Tyson Fury in a long-awaited rematch.

It is expected that the fight will be held in the first quarter of 2020, on Boxing Inside Mike Copinger, Chris The McKenna by The Daily Star expects the fight to happen in January. Many fans and boxing community members would prefer Wilder to declare that he and WBA, IBF and WBO champion Anthony Joshua have agreed to meet, but that's not bad news.

On the heels of Wilder, who fired the surpassed Dominic Braisel in a round earlier this month and subsequently announced that he would return Louis Ortiz in September, it is a step in the right direction. Fury is set to face up against the invaluable Tom Schwartz next month, in what figures to be unilateral. Rage must defeat Schwartz to reach Wilder by 2020. You would also think that Wilder must defeat Ortiz for the second time.

Wilder stood before Orttis in one of the best duels of 2018. In addition to controversial draw with Fury later this year, the fight with Ortiz was Wilder's most difficult fight. Wilder eventually won with the 10th round, but he was stunned earlier in the game and had some problems with the speed of Cuba's hands and general boxing skills.

Undoubtedly, Wilder has the worst conflict. Some believe that Ortiz will give Joshua an escape for his money or even beat him. In order for Wilder to go through one of his toughest tests a second time, that is significant.

History, however, shows that when there is a big difference in age (Ortiz is seven years older than Wilder), the younger man usually has an easier way to get back. The timing of Wilder's announcement is interesting. Joshua has to make his US debut on Saturday against Andy Ruys in New York at Madison Square Garden. This message steals Joshua's thunder, and that probably is not a coincidence.

For the past two years, Joshua and Wilder have gone back and forth in the media and included their respective camps. At one point, Joshua was a clear A-side in the talks, but after Wilder continued to pull out his opponents, there were exciting battles like Ortiz and Fury, the WBC champion blurred that picture.

It looks like we're going to get a show-show at Wilder-Joshua at some point, but the former side enjoys a high-powered position. Joshua is the one who plays the game of waiting, but unfortunately the fans.

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Brooklyn, New York – March 03: Deonay Wilder (Gold / Black) defeated Louis Ortiz (Green / Black) on March 3, 2018 in the center of Barclays in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Edward Diller / Icon Sportswire through Getty Images)

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Finally, two of the world's biggest heavyweight boxers are climbing the ring to face each other. This is not the big one, but it is the closest to it. On Friday WBC heavyweight champion Deonay Wilder announced he will face Tyson Fury in a long-awaited rematch.

It is expected that the fight will be held in the first quarter of 2020, on Boxing Inside Mike Copinger, Chris The McKenna by The Daily Star expects the fight to happen in January. Many fans and boxing community members would prefer Wilder to declare that he and WBA, IBF and WBO champion Anthony Joshua have agreed to meet, but that's not bad news.

On the heels of Wilder, who fired the surpassed Dominic Braisel in a round earlier this month and subsequently announced that he would return Louis Ortiz in September, it is a step in the right direction. Fury is set to face up against the invaluable Tom Schwartz next month, in what figures to be unilateral. Rage must defeat Schwartz to reach Wilder by 2020. You would also think that Wilder must defeat Ortiz for the second time.

Wilder stood before Orttis in one of the best duels of 2018. In addition to controversial draw with Fury later this year, the fight with Ortiz was Wilder's most difficult fight. Wilder eventually won with the 10th round, but he was stunned earlier in the game and had some problems with the speed of Cuba's hands and general boxing skills.

Undoubtedly, Wilder has the worst conflict. Some believe that Ortiz will give Joshua an escape for his money or even beat him. In order for Wilder to go through one of his toughest tests a second time, that is significant.

History, however, shows that when there is a big difference in age (Ortiz is seven years older than Wilder), the younger man usually has an easier way to get back. The timing of Wilder's announcement is interesting. Joshua has to make his US debut on Saturday against Andy Ruys in New York at Madison Square Garden. This message steals Joshua's thunder, and that probably is not a coincidence.

For the past two years, Joshua and Wilder have gone back and forth in the media and included their respective camps. At one point, Joshua was a clear A-side in the talks, but after Wilder continued to pull out his opponents, there were exciting battles like Ortiz and Fury, the WBC champion blurred that picture.

It looks like we're going to get a show-show at Wilder-Joshua at some point, but the former side enjoys a high-powered position. Joshua is the one who plays the game of waiting, but unfortunately the fans.


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