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Absolutely shocking. Fury's plan to defend his WBC belt on December 5 in London fell through and he will now return next year. Wilder still has not given up on a third fight - their first was a thrilling draw and the rematch was won comprehensively by Fury.
Wilder is taking the dispute over a trilogy fight through a mediation process and his manager Shelly Finkel told Sky Sports : "I wouldn't go into it, if I didn't [hope for a positive outcome] but am sure they think so too.
Wilder's most recent tweet towards Fury said: "The only thing I want from you is for you to honour your agreement and fight me.
Now it is time for you to be a man and give me my shot as you agreed to. Former World Champ reckons it's massive for British boxing, but says he understands why Deontay Wilder won't step aside.
Emperors of the televised fight game tell Telegraph Sport about the business of match-making in the current climate. Perhaps the fight failed to deliver on the hype but the 78, stuffed inside Cardiff's brilliant venue witnessed a boxing masterclass as AJ used his jab to comfortably out-point his challenger.
It was AJ's second bout at the Principality and having travelled around the UK since turning professional, the former Olympian has developed a loyal fanbase unrestricted by geography.
Principality Stadium is ideally suited to big nights of boxing. The steep sided stands allow for a great viewing position, even up in the Gods.
Wilder's epic brawl with previously undefeated Cuban Luis Ortiz was his first sell-out at Barclays Centre. The Brooklyn venue usually houses the Nets and Islanders but has become a favoured fight spot.
Even with increased appetite to watch Wilder, now , the attendance pales in comparison with Joshua's draw. Deontay Wilder packed out the Barclays Center but the capacity was only 19, Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn mocked Wilder for 'fighting in front of 6, or 7, fans' in the wake of Joshua's triumph on Saturday night.
He went on to add: 'Have you seen where he boxes? In some great venues, but with no-one there. Look at what Joshua is doing. Hearn was slightly off with the numbers but his point remains a valid one.
Apart from his punching power, he is a boxer that thrives in his overall movement. It is expected that Joshua will take up the centre of the ring and stalk Wilder who is likely to move around while trying to find openings, especially when the American is expected to weigh in less than Joshua.
The Bronze Bomber loves throwing the one-two that is so powerful that it pierces the high guard of his many rivals, while also unleashing a barrage of left and right hooks when others go defensive.
However, the American actually only does that when he has his opponent hurt, showing that he has good boxing intelligence to determine when to be aggressive.
There were moments when Wilder adopted a high guard defense, for example, when being forced near the ropes, and was tagged with left and right hooks while also allowing his opponent to execute several decent attacks to the body.
Being a significantly heavier puncher than both Molina and Stiverne, Joshua can try to trap Wilder against the ropes, forcing him to put up a high guard which opens the door for Joshua to either go up with left or right hooks, go down to the body, or mix them up with combinations.
Having shown his aggressive brilliance, Joshua should aim to create sustained pressure on Wilder, something that no opponent has been able to execute against Wilder.
It brings the American out of his comfort zone such that Joshua might be able to connect some fight-ending punches that could solidify him as the top heavyweight in the world.
He wanted an opportunity to be the undisputed heavyweight champion. DAZN was guaranteeing him a shot at Joshua and promised him, win or lose, he would get one more.
Time has passed since then. We feel that there is a bigger future for Deontay. The other thing, and I learned this from my music business days, I would never accept an offer unless I knew everything that was there, or else I would be a fool.
We asked what Joshua was getting, and we were not told. We do the best for Deontay, and so far it has worked. Finkel made it clear—if Wilder beats Breazeale, his side will be ready to talk to representatives for Fury and Joshua about making a fight.
And he may be right.