Tyson Fury seems to think him and Wilder are the best of the era. He left Joshua out of that conversation. Fury: "It's no secret that Anthony Joshua did not want this fight.....He didn't want it for a reason: because Deontay Wilder is the most fiercest puncher in boxing history, in heavyweight division history. And I saw that tonight and I felt it. No wonder AJ didn't want no part of that right hand. He can't move like me, he would have been nailed. Wilder has got lightning fists and dynamite in his hands, he's a great fighter, I respect him a lot." Wilder: "I'd love to fight Joshua, I've been trying to fight him … everyone knows that, it's no secret....But those guys got other plans, and we'll see what happens. But I'll be satisfied either or, to be honest. Me and Fury put on a hell of a performance tonight. I'd love to go back into a rematch or I'd love to fight Joshua, so I think I'm in a win-win situation. I know what the fans want, and I'm with the fans too, you know." (https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/comba...thony-joshua-as-heavyweight-division-heats-up) Even former HW greats seem to be speaking ill of Joshua, and his apparent "ducking". Is AJ ducking the two "best of the era"?