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13 October 2018, 09:44 | Anna Jefferson
Deontay Wilder's camp have yet to agree to a fight with Anthony Joshua
Asked when Fury must enrol, Sulaiman added: "I would say this week".
Fury is determined to regain his lost glory and is geared up for every challenge ahead while Wilder aims to continue his undefeated run, believing he has the skills to secure victory over Fury and then take on Anthony Joshua in April 2019 to unify the division.
"I'm soaking this all in right now", said Wilder.
"If he does not enrol, then the WBC can not sanction the fight", Sulaiman exclusively told Sky Sports.
Meanwhile, Deontay Wilder has only fought once this year, successfully defending his WBC heavyweight world title against Luis Ortiz in March.
Fury is having just his third fight back after a long lay off due to a suspension and personal problems and Wilder is sure that he has the number of the man with his power thought to be second to none. I'm going to reach out to him, because there has to be testing for the fight, out of competition.
The WBC mandates that the all of its titleholders and contenders participate in the random drug-testing program overseen by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association.
Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs), who will be making his eighth title defense, has always been a strong advocate for a testing program specific to each of his fights, in part because he has seen three previous bouts canceled or had to find a new opponent because his original foe failed a drug test. He can not win the title. He was stripped of the titles and ultimately did not fight for 31 months until returning to the ring in June.
The Briton spoke at length how he wants to face Wilder in a blockbuster bout, while Fury has also been mentioned.
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