Deontay Wilder has announced that in November he will attend a rematch against Luis Ortiz to defend his WBC heavyweight title.

In January 2015 Wilder hold the title and last December he drew a highly-anticipated rematch on the cards with Tyson Fury.

But in November the Bronze Bomber (41-0-1) will first fight against Cuban Ortiz at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. It will pave the way for another showdown against Tyson Fury if he beat the Cuban again.

Anthony Joshua The Brit has revealed that he prefer taking on Tyson Fury than Wilder. Andy Ruiz Jr who lost his world titles to the chubby underdog in June is about to have a rematch against The Brit.

But Joshua will target a domestic showdown with fellow former world champion Fury and maybe he can avenge his first professional defeat. Fury prevailed on a unanimous decision against Sweden boxer Otto Wallin in Nevada while he was taken to 12 rounds within his most recent fight.

In an interview to Sky Sports, referring about his ideal fight, he said that he always changed it, but right now, he had to say it would be a massive fight against Fury at Wembley who was the best of Britain. They will surely fight each other like a certain soccer team will play another soccer team.

He added that they were in the same era as well as in the same division. They had to fight each other. It would be really massive because they all are big draws in the heavyweight division. He would love to compete with every boxers, whoever Wilder, Fury or Ruiz Jr and so on. There’s so many out there so his list goes on.