Wilder retained his WBC heavyweight title after the judges returned a cut up determination that earned a lot ire from pundits and followers, with most contemplating Fury the victor regardless of having to twice climb off the canvas.
It now stays to be seen what route Wilder goes in, with a rematch towards Fury and the winner going through Joshua later in 2019 one risk.
Earlier this week, Wilder’s co-manager Shelly Finkel stated the 33-year-old was “very ” in combating Joshua.
The unbeaten Briton, whose camp failed to succeed in settlement with Wilder’s for a 2018 showdown, has now responded to these feedback and stated he is able to face both of his heavyweight rivals.
“What took this idiot so lengthy? Like we ain’t been ?!!” Joshua, the IBF, WBA and WBO champion posted on Twitter. “Anyway effectively finished Fury! They wished to get you as a result of they assumed you was completed!! I will offer you a good one when your (sic) prepared! Both of you!”
Joshua final fought in September, when he efficiently defended his belts by stopping Alexander Povetkin in seven rounds at Wembley.
Fury claimed Joshua would have been “nailed” by Wilder, and stated his home rival has “my belts” — a reference to the titles he held after defeating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 earlier than relinquishing them attributable to inactivity.