Deontay Wilder has warned Anthony Joshua he wants to ‘clean the division out’ and would love to fight the British world champion.
The Bronze Bomber has been out of the ring since he was beaten by Tyson Fury in their highly anticipated rematch in California last February.
Wilder has since parted ways with trainer Mark Breland, but not before an ugly exchange of words with the man that threw in the towel during his solitary defeat.
But with his eyes now set on a return to action he has claimed he is ready to take on all comers, including the IBF, WBA and WBO champ.
“I’d love to fight guys I haven’t fought, you know, the ones at the top who I haven’t fought,” Wilder said on an Instagram Live with Marcus Watson.
“That’s what I want and I know that’s kinda lame a little bit, to not name a name. But anyone I haven’t faced at the top, that’s you.”
Asked about Joshua directly, Wilder added: “Yeah. Any fighter that’s at the top that people haven’t seen me fight and people strongly want to see me fight, that’s who I want to fight.
“I can sit here and name names all day, that’s the easy part.
“I’m just going to go to the top and once you go to the top and it’s someone I ain’t fought, that’s who I want to fight.