American professional boxing star Deontay Wilder has finally shed light on two possible dates and locations in which the blockbuster fight versus Anthony Joshua will take place.
The Bronze bomber claimed that he is willing to fight the WBA, IBF, IBO and WBO champion in his home country or in America.
The 32-year-old said the fight will be in September if it's in the UK, and in November if it happens in America.
"We're still in negotiations so I don't have a time frame on it just yet, but I want everyone to know the fight will happen," he said.
"If we have it in England it'll be September - if it's here in American it'll be November.
But, AJ has insisted it will take place in the UK, claiming he wants to avoid the "tricks" of American judges and referees.
The Watford-born Englishman has accepted to take a £15million pay-cut in order to seal the match on home soil.
Joshua, who boasts and undefeated record in professional boxing (as does Wilder), is already showing off his immense confidence as he claims he will "f**k up" his American counterpart.
The American, who holds the WBC title, went on to question the character of AJ and his team after he claimed that he would take the fight if he was guaranteed $50 million.
"If they still serious - we been serious this whole way through, Joshua said he wanted the $50m he'll sign tomorrow.
"We did exactly what he did and he didn't sign so that shows you his character already or his team character.
"I think Joshua wants to fight but I don't think his team want to risk what they've invested. Their investment about to go and they know it."
Wilder made the bold suggestion by saying that AJ can find the money he needs by squaring off against him in the States, opposed to the UK.
The Bronze Bomber was unable to confirm, however, whether there was a deadline to finalise the unification fight.
The 32-year-old said: "I don't know, that's up to them, that's something they have to discuss, we ready now, if it was up to me then it would've been done, sign, sealed and delivered.
"You would've had a date, you would've had a venue and everyone would have been happy."
Despite the uncertainty regarding the match details, Wilder seems certain of breaking AJ's undefeated record in the ring, something 21 people have failed to do previously.
The American star added: "It's coming soon baby, I just want you all to know, be ready for the biggest fight of your lives.
"It's going to be amazing and there will be one champion, one face, one name and he go by the name of Deontay Wilder."
Despite the result, one superstar will lose their undefeated status in professional boxing in this blockbuster match in the coming months.News Now - Sport News