"I wanted to work on the inside more".
Anthony Joshua went into his fight with Joseph Parker on Saturday night knowing he had the opportunity to set a new standard in heavyweight boxing. I was focused. I controlled him behind the jab, and the main thing is I am the unified champion of the world.
"It has been a big question that was asked after the fight". He has already visited NY for negotiations but it gets complicated with Wilder's affairs being handled by co-managers Shelly Finkel and Al Haymon, and Haymon's business partner Luis DeCubas Jr.
'I think Wilder would come over here because in the world we live in, in boxing, the couple of million dollars Wilder is getting for a fight is pretty small fry in comparison to the rewards that await him for a Joshua fight.
"If they (Wilder's camp) stepped up and were actually serious about the fight, and serious about a deal we are more than fair to offer them, it could happen next". Can I get a bonus now, do you know what I mean?
Anthony Joshua was taken the distance for the first time in his professional career before winning a unanimous points decision in his world heavyweight title unification fight with Joseph Parker in Cardiff on Saturday.
Parker refused to make excuses after scores of 118-110, 118-110 and 119-109 handed "AJ" the win and he graciously admitted that he simply "lost to the better man".
Joshua said: "I am not elated because I don't let the highs get to my head".
"With the experience and contacts we've made in the last two or three months here, the fan base and brand awareness Joe and Duco have developed in the United Kingdom, there is every chance our next fight will be back here".
"I'm dying to sit down and watch the fight".
The next few months will be crucial.
We will continue to provide updates as they become available. We're staying right here. Joshua did what he had to do and, while Parker deserves a lot of credit, it was a measured and controlled display from the Brit to earn win No. 21.
The 29 year-old Fury was subsequently stripped of the IBF title later that year for being unable to grant a fight against his mandatory challenger, Vyacheslav Glazkov, due to agreeing to a rematch with Klitschko.
"I'm going to be one of the most powerful men sitting on the side of the negotiating table", Joshua said, eyeing up his belts. We just look forward. "He held his hands better and was quite hard to hit".