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American WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder wants to harmonize a multiplication by fighting new WBA, IBF WBO champion Tyson Fury.

Briton Fury, 27, dumbfounded a foe by violence Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday – finale a Ukrainian’s nine-year undefeated reign.

Immediately after a hitch 30-year-old Wilder – who is due to quarrel in Jan – tweeted he was “coming” for Fury.

“I wish that quarrel to occur as shortly as possible,” Wilder said.

He told BBC Radio 5 live on Monday: “I’ve got to quarrel someone in Jan and after that quarrel we would adore to have a joint hitch – and theory what, we wouldn’t mind entrance to a UK for that one.

“No matter where it competence be, we wish to be a undisputed champion of a world.”

Wilder pronounced his WBC belt is a “crown jewel” of fighting and is a “most famous, many respected” title, though insisted: “We haven’t had an undisputed champion in we can’t remember how prolonged – and we wish to be a initial name to move a belts behind together and heavyweight fighting behind to a full potential.

“Next year is going to be a good year for me, regardless. Everything is descending in a plan, a time and a formulation for what we wish to do.”

Following his unanimous points feat in Dusseldorf, Germany, Manchester warrior Fury ruled out fighting “fraud” David Haye, who twice pulled out of bouts between a two.

British stream WBC International and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, 26, pronounced an all-British quarrel with Fury would occur “next year or a year after”.

Klitschko, 39, pronounced loyal after a quarrel that he would trigger a rematch clause, though could still confirm to retire instead.

And when asked about fighting Wilder, Fury responded: “Why do we need to discuss Deontay Wilder? Let’s giggle during his name, shall we?

“Wladimir Klitschko was a series one in a division. Probably a pound-for-pound king, whatever that means. So because would we be worried about a beginner like Wilder?

“He’s a basketball actor who took adult fighting a integrate of years ago. I’m a loyal healthy fighter.”

Wilder is undefeated in 35 veteran fights – 34 won by knock-out

‘Fury-Klitschko was a dance competition’

Wilder described Saturday’s quarrel as a many tedious in heavyweight story and pronounced he would uncover Fury “no remorse” if they face any other in a ring.

The 30-year-old, who won bronze as an pledge during a 2008 Beijing Olympics, is undefeated in 35 fights, winning 34 by knock-out.

He has a scheduled pretension counterclaim on 16 Jan 2016 in New York, with a foe not nonetheless announced.

“You can’t take zero divided from Tyson, a win is a win,” pronounced Wilder. “There was a lot of dancing going on, we theory it was a dance foe rather than a fight.

“When somebody tunes in to demeanour during a universe pretension quarrel that is not what they design to see, they demeanour to see a quarrel and somebody get kick adult for a title.”

Talking about his style, Wilder added: “I’m going to try to sully we so bad that your kinfolks won’t recognize we during a finish of a fight. we don’t hatred you, though we wish to destroy we and your career.”

‘Bare bums in a shower’

In his initial news discussion given apropos universe heavyweight champion, Fury compared his “masterclass” opening to a “mongoose in a cobra’s nest, holding all a eggs home”.

He called a Klitschko stay “cheats” – observant he avoided celebration H2O for fear of sabotage, discharged questions about being a purpose indication and described a sport’s biggest names as “just unclothed bums in a shower”.

His tutor and uncle Peter Fury compared Saturday’s overwhelming feat to Muhammad Ali’s 1964 feat over Sonny Liston, observant there were a “brains of Britain” for out-thinking Klitschko. He afterwards demanded reporters give “the eighth consternation of a world” a station acclaim and a bow.

Listen to a full talk on BBC Radio 5 live foe from 22:00 GMT on Monday, 30 November.

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