Malik Scott, Deontay Wilder’s former rival turned coach, believes Anthony Joshua can’t stand the strength his boxer has.
Although Wilder has been ordered to fight Andy Ruiz Jr, giving him a clear path back to the world championship title, his team has instead expressed an interest in getting back to the world. pursue the elusive fight with Joshua.
Both were champions in the league and there may have been times when fighting was undisputed. Now both have tasted defeat and have no belts, but the plot of a match up skeleton.
Scott said The good fight with Kate Abdo that he wasn’t sure the timing was right for ‘AJ.’
“Spiritual strength might not be there right now because he lost to someone smaller than twice. So against a specimen called Deontay Wilder, you might need to build yourself up to engage in that kind of fight, and I get that.”
While the coach wasn’t confident about Joshua entering the fight, he was confident about how it played out once the two entered the ring. He predicts another early night at the office for his boxer.
“But the advantages and the things I see Deontay do with whatever AJ shows – mentally tough, not mentally tough – it’s, in my opinion, a three-way fight. hiep. He couldn’t get out.
Deontay isn’t a big guy punching hard but he’s slow… no, it’s fast, if you don’t get out then you’re in trouble. And I AJ was in trouble when he signed.
Of course, the contract doesn’t exist yet – at least in its final form.
While both teams are willing to work together, Joshua hasn’t decided on a new training yet This will affect the choice of opponent to return his ring.
An announcement is expected before the start of the year, however, it is more likely that the match against Wilder is in ‘AJ’ future plans rather than immediate.