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Deontay Wilder reveals his comeback hitlist

Deontay Wilder speaks to youth boxers in the ring during a Media Access at Fitzroy Lodge Gym on July 26, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Jack Thomas/Getty Images)

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Deontay Wilder has confirmed he will not hang his boxing gloves, as he eyes fight with Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr. The “Bronze Bomber” is still sure that he was chated in his rematch with Tyson Fury and hinted a trilogy as a target bout.

Wilder told Marcus Watson on Instagram Live: “Without naming the obvious that people obviously know [Fury], I’d love to fight guys I haven’t fought. You know, the ones at the top who I haven’t fought, haven’t got my hands on, that’s what I want. I know that’s kinda lame a little bit, to not name a name, but anyone I ain’t faced at the top, I’m talking about you.”

When asked if Joshua and Ruiz Jr are top targets, Wilder responded: “Yeah. Any fighter that’s at the top that people haven’t seen me fight and people strongly want to see me fight, that’s who I want to fight. I can sit here and name names all day, that’s the easy part.

“I’m just gonna go to the top, if it’s someone I ain’t fought, that’s who I want to fight. I want to clean the division out. People think I’m gone or I’ve stopped boxing. I haven’t.”

Source: TalkSport

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