Although the rematch between Tyson Fury and WBC World Champion Deontay Wilder will only take place in four weeks and the next opponent of Anthony Joshua has not yet been determined, they determine three best heavyweights in the world are currently making the headlines. While Fury is already talking about his resignation, Joshua indicates the fight that the whole world wants to see. Three more appearances, then it's over! A month before his rematch against Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury told "IFL TV" what his future plans were. "Next I'm expecting Wilder, then Joshua and then Dillian Whyte. I'll be out after that," said the 31-year-old Brit, who obviously believes he will win the fight against Wilder on February 22nd in Las Vegas.
Should Fury triumph in the gambling metropolis, a duel against Joshua would not necessarily follow. The reason: Both Fury and Wilder have contractually guaranteed the right to a possible third fight. The "bronze bomber" could therefore insist on revenge against the "Gypsy King". Joshua speaks about mega-fight against Wilder Anthony Joshua meanwhile assumes that Wilder wins with Fury in the duel. The way to a mega-fight against the still unbeaten American – if Fury does not have a third fight – could be free. There was even an intensive exchange between the parties. "We had discussions. After the meeting with Usyk [WBO-Herausforderer, Anm.d.Red.] we had another meeting [mit Wilder]which was about making a potential offer for a title unification struggle. Everyone wants Wilder to win against Fury because everyone wants to see a fight against me. Wilder has a great right, I have a great left. It's a great boxing match, "Joshua told Sky Sports. Before a third Should there be a fight between Wilder and Fury, Joshua wanted to intervene, Joshua explained. He wanted to do something to get Wilder's attention. "Something to make him think: 'I have a rematch clause, but I will turn the contract so that I can get out of it and become the undisputed world champion," said the Briton. There is still a duel between Joshua and Wilder for all the important ones World Cup title but a dream of the future. For Joshua it is initially either against IBF challenger Kubrat Pulev or against WBO challenger Oleksandr Usyk. Sooner or later he will fight against both challengers, "AJ" assured. The Brit is looking forward to a duel against Usyk in particular: "He is the best cruiserweight that we have ever seen. Now that he has climbed into the heavyweight division, he wants to." I fight against him. "csc