Anthony Joshua has assured fans that he will fight both Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury in future, and has revealed his preferred choice out of the two.
Despite previously focussing solely on the undisputed title bout against America’s ‘Bronze Bomber’,
AJ now would rather host a ‘Battle of Britain’ against the ‘Gypsy King’.
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When asked if he’ll definitely face his main heavyweight rivals, Joshua told
Sky Sports: “Yeah, 100 per cent. That’s like asking, ‘Will a certain football team play another football team?’
“Of course, we’re in the same division, we’re in the same era, we have to fight each other. We’re all big draws in the heavyweight division.
“I’d love to fight Fury, I’d love to fight Wilder, I’m
fighting Andy Ruiz next and the list goes on.”
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Pressed further on which of the two he’d rather meet, AJ replied: “Right now I’d say Fury in Wembley because it’s like the best in Britain.
“It is massive I think, I think that’s a massive fight.”