Joshua vs. Wilder Fight Rescheduled for Spring 2024: What You Need to Know

The New Timeline for Joshua vs. Wilder Fight

The much-awaited clash between Nigerian-born British boxer Anthony Joshua and American heavyweight Deontay Wilder is pushed to March or April 2024, deviating from the initial schedule.

Anticipation and Delay

Originally set for December or January 2024 in the Middle East, the showdown between Joshua and Wilder is now postponed. Explore the reasons behind this delay and its implications.

Joshua’s Stopgap Fight

With the fight delay, Anthony Joshua is expected to participate in a stopgap match before potentially facing Deontay Wilder in the spring.

What are the details of this interim fight?

Eddie Hearn’s Insights

Eddie Hearn, Joshua’s promoter, sheds light on the situation. Learn about the discussions and developments regarding the fight and the IBF situation.

Joshua’s Recent Matches and Championship Aspirations

A recap of Joshua’s recent performances, including his victory over Robert Helenius. Additionally, discover Joshua’s potential shot at the IBF world championship, which may become vacant following Tyson Fury’s December 23 match.

Comparing Joshua and Wilder’s Recent Activity

Examine the contrasting activity levels of Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder over the past few years and how it might influence their upcoming bout.

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