Wilder greeted confirmation that his fight with Joshua is about to be confirmed with this confident video posted on his social media channels.
Wilder now holds the WBC title, with Joshua holding the WBA, IBF and WBO titles, and the fight will see the victor taking all of it home.
According to BBC Sport, Wilder says that while the $50 million offer for Joshua to fight him in the USA is still on the table, he has agreed to Joshua's offer to fight in the UK.
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"The $50M offer for him to fight me next in the United States is still available", Wilder said.
Hearn contacted Joshua this morning to discuss the latest developments with the deal, and is waiting to see whether Wilder will sign for the next fight with Joshua, who is also close to a WBA mandatory title defence against Alexander Povektin.
"We're not looking to be hard in the contract but again, there seems to be a lot of talking on social media so we'll see if it is all bluster or whether he knows that the Povetkin fight is in the balance". We've got to speak to them about what date suits them. AJ would want Wembley for a fight of this magnitude but if we do October or November you can't really do that outdoors. "We wanted a percentage, but we didn't think we could get it done in a quick time frame, so we said let's take what they've offered us".
"We're going to dealing with that and making sure he gets the relevant paperwork".
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Wilder's trainer Jay Deas said on Monday (Tuesday, Manila time) that the two camps have agreed to terms on a fight in the United Kingdom sometime this fall. "It's up to them to choose". Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs), 32, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, won his belt in 2015 and has made seven title defenses, including scoring a massive 10th-round knockout of then-unbeaten top contender Luis "King Kong" Ortiz in a riveting fight on March 3 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Should Joshua, 28, fight the American next, the victor would become the first heavyweight to hold all four recognised world titles at once.
Wilder and Joshua will put their undefeated heavyweight records on the line.
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