Boxing News at Five: Wilder’s team express concerns about fighting Joshua in the UK, Martinez would end retirement for Saunders title shot

Boxing News At Five | 21 mins ago

Deontay Wilder’s team are less keen on travelling to Britain in light of recent events, and Sergio Martinez teases another comeback fight

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Wilder spoke to the press while in Batley Action Images/Andrew Couldridge

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WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has no issue
fighting Anthony Joshua in a heavyweight title unification but would be warier now
of travelling to Britain, in light of recent events, than he perhaps would have
been last year.

That’s according to the Alabama man’s coach, Jay Deas, who believes the case involving Dillian Whyte – the case nobody dare talk about – was “potentially criminal” and a “big, big issue”.

If still interested, you can read about what happened to
Whyte in July, days before his July 20 fight against Oscar Rivas, elsewhere.
You can also find the UKAD (UK Anti-Doping) letter which exonerated him of any wrongdoing
on the day of his most recent fight elsewhere.

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