Anthony Joshua's team places a deadline of 10 days to search for the next opponent while the Wilder calls fail
Anthony Joshua's team places a deadline of ten days to search for the next opponent after Deontay Wilder's calls have been aborted
- The Anthony Joshua team has now set a deadline of 10 days to find an opponent
- Talks with the people of the American star Deontay Wilder have recently failed
- Wilder has always preferred Joshua for a fight on April 13 in Wembley
- Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn has revealed that a series of e-mails has been ignored
Riath Al-Samarrai for MailOnline
The team of Anthony Joshua has set a 10-day deadline for their search for his next opponent, with the chance of a confrontation with Deontay Wilder that quickly declines after the calls have failed again.
Wilder has always preferred Joshua for a fight on April 13 in Wembley, despite the probability that the WBC champion would instead see Tyson Fury in a jump-off or take in his mandatory challenger Dominic Breazeale.
There was a private hope that the American could still be affected, but Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn unveiled Sportsmail on Monday that the past & # 39; five or six & # 39; e-mails to Wilder remained unanswered over a period of three weeks.
The team of Anthony Joshua has set a deadline of 10 days to find the next opponent of the champion
A new offer is being made for Wilder that will be sent this week, with proposals that also go to Fury and Dillian Whyte, who last week ran out against the & # 39; completely ridiculous & # 39; terms of Joshua's team.
There is still no official approach to American Jarrell Miller for a fight at Madison Square Garden, but it is a match-up that is being considered, especially with the situation being so cloudy and the clock ticking.
Whyte has long been considered the most realistic option, but Hearn says there is no clear favorite & # 39; is at this stage, with only 13 weeks to his Wembley reservation.
Eddie Hearn (above) says that several e-mails to the people of Deontay Wilder remained unanswered
Joshua has signed a fight date with Wembley before April 13 and the clock is ticking now
Hearn told it Sportsmail: & # 39; It is important that everyone realizes that there is a big difference between hunters who want to see Anthony Joshua and hunters who simply say they want it.
& # 39; We have made offers to the major heavyweights and we will make more offers in the coming days with a view to finalizing a decision in the next 10 days on Joshua & # 39; s next fight.
• Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte all have the opportunity to enter the ring in Wembley in April and to fight for the four-word titles of Joshua. If you think you can beat him, our message is simple: get it. Who really wants it? This is your chance. & # 39;
A new offer is being prepared for Wilder (right) to be sent this week, together with Tyson Fury (left)
At Wilder, with whom the conversations were raised after his draw against Fury in December, Hearn said: "The difficulty and frustration is that I have now read five or six unanswered emails from their end in three weeks or so.
& # 39; Wilder bluffs the audience when he says he wants this fight?
"If he really wants it, it's there and he knows it's because we told them. If he does not want it, he can have his rematch at Tyson Fury or play against Dominic Breazeale and good luck to him.
"But if he has ambitions to become undisputed champion, like Joshua, then the odds are now. & # 39;