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There are big things in the works for boxing’s heavyweight division in 2018. Epic and exciting may not quite be the words to describe it. Monumental and historic may be better adjectives.

Last year we saw the continued rise of two stars, Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder, solidifying their place amongst the ranks of the sweet science as two of the most feared and dominant champions in the past decade. Both of them boast once in a generation power as well as an undefeated record. Anthony Joshua made a major statement last April as he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko by knockout to capture two out of the four major recognized World Heavyweight Championships, the WBA title and the IBF title. Deontay Wilder, the WBC champion, captured his title in 2015 after defeating then-champion Bermane Stiverne by decision. Wilder, whom has faced many doubters, has silenced many over the past three years by conquering any challenger that has been placed in front of him, some in brutal fashion, much like …

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