Wilder, who remains undefeated with 38 knockouts, has been nearly begging for his shot at unified heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua and he went after him again after the win at the Barclays Center on Saturday night.
Stiverne - the only man to go the distance with the WBC heavyweight champ - didn't even last a full three minutes against Wilder on Saturday night when he was crumpled after a furious flurry of punches that sent him to the canvas.
"I've been waiting on that fight for a long time now", Wilder told Showtime in an in-ring interview. At all. In fact, it happened in the first round.
Wilder instead faced Stiverne, his mandatory challenger and the former titleholder from whom he took the title by lopsided decision in January 2015. By the looks of this fight, he's ready to keep that title for more than a little while longer. "So many guys using PED's", said Wilder, the only American heavyweight world champion. "I know I am the best but I want to prove I am the best".
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"A king don't chase the peasants", Wilder said post-Stiverne.
Wilder may lack a name on his record like Wladimir Klitschko, who Joshua stopped in the 11th round in April. A king takes kings.
"I would also want it over here with home advantage, without a doubt". The world want Joshua, the world want Wilder, I want Joshua.
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"I personally would love to see him fight Anthony Joshua, just because I'm a massive Joshua fan and he wants those big fights, he wants to unify", he explained. No more dodging, no more excuses.
Both Wilder and Joshua insist they want the fight and it seems likely in 2018, perhaps at London's Wembley Stadium in the summer or Las Vegas later in the year.
"I'll go to England, I'll go anywhere in the world. Make the date, don't wait". Joshua come and see me baby.
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