- Unbeaten heavyweight Deontay Wilder will have a ringside view of rival champions Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko in their Wembley Stadium unification showdown on Saturday with hopes to fight the winner by December. The 31-year-old American, who is the WBC champion, will serve as a television analyst when Britain's unbeaten Joshua defends his IBF crown and vies for the vacant WBA title against Klitschko before a sellout crowd of more than 90,000. "I'm excited to be going to England," Wilder said. "I'm looking forward to getting my own bird's eye view of both fighters for a future fight. I'm definitely going over there to scout. I'm looking for a fighting partner." When it comes to picking a winner, Wilder is torn, saying, "My heart goes to Joshua but my mind says Klitschko."