There's a genuinely interesting discussion going on in another thread about the tactic for AJ to beat Wilder, that hasn't yet resorted to criticising one another's resumes and how they are both ducking each other, mentioning how old Ortiz is, how Fury was fighting at 30% and that AJ is chinny. Out of interest, what strategy does Wilder have to use to beat Joshua? I think the Fury fight showed that Wilder struggles against genuine boxers and I'd say AJ would be the 2nd best 'boxer' after Fury on his resume. Joshua showed in the Klitschko fight he can read a punch and largely had great success against a hard hitting better 'boxer' in Klitschko, so Joshua would probably be able to read Wilders wild telegraphed power punches. Joshua has greater size and so Wilder can't tire him by fighting rough throughout and has superior footwork. Joshua on the other hand doesn't have the chin of Fury it would seem and Wilder is likely the biggest puncher he will face. But what tactic does he employ to land the big shot without being stopped in the process?