dnt want the fight no more they had a contract for over a week with no Signature of wilder on the contract:" Promoter Eddie Hearn, who guides the career of IBF, WBO, WBA, IBO heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua (21-0, 20 KOs), believes WBC champion Deontay Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs) is looking to go in another direction. Fans are in suspense, as Hearn sent over a contract for the bout - after both parties finally agreed to stage the fight in the UK. But Wilder has yet to sign the contract, which Hearn claims the boxer has held for at least a week. Initially, Wilder's handlers offered a guarantee of $50 million - but Joshua had no interest in fighting in the United States. Hearn made a counter-offer, which Wilder and his team eventually accepted. They requested a contract, which Hearn sent.
"They made us an offer, we asked to see a contract, they refused to send one. We made them another offer, after nearly four weeks they accepted and asked for a contract and we sent them one. If they want the fight they will sign it," Hearn told Sky Sports.
Hearn believes Wilder is mentally unstable when it comes to the reality of the negotiations.