- Anthony Joshua has made it clear that he is ready to face Tyson Fury and Wilder
- The Nigerian explained that he is happy with Tyson Fury's victory over Deontay
- Fury will face Deontay in next fight while Anthony Joshua will tackle Pulev
British and Nigerian boxer Anthony Joshua has confirmed his readiness to face world champion Tyson Fury or American super boxer Deontay Wilder.
This will be a cheering news for many Nigerians and also Anthony Joshua's fans as his latest statement means that he is not scared of any opponent in the boxing ring.
Back in February this year, British boxer Tyson Fury made impressive and superb display by beating American Deontay Wilder in what was a tough battle between these two giants.
One of Wilder's coaching members had to throw in the towel before Tyson Fury was declared as the winner of the duel.
And since then, there have been talks on the next opponent Tyson Fury will face in the ring, but the Brit will have to tackle Deontay Wilder again in a trilogy.
The American boxer was not happy with his defeat against Tyson Fury and wants to face the Brit again for the third time.
Joshua on the other hand will have to face Pulev before there could be possibility of him facing Tyson Fury in a fight the world is expected.
''I'm happy Fury won because it changed the whole dimension of the heavyweight division.
''We're fighting for legacy. I need Wilder. I need Fury. I'm ready for them. I'm waiting for them,'' Anthony Joshua explained according to Daily Mail.
Anthony Joshua last competed in December 2019, where he avenged his sole professional defeat to Andy Ruiz Jr in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former American professional boxer Bernard Hopkins predicted that Nigerian-British boxer Anthony Joshua will beat Tyson Fury when they both meet in boxing fight.
Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua have never met in the ring in their rich boxing careers so far in which they have been tipped to face each other.
No doubt, the encounter will be one of the toughest fight in the history of boxing if it happens considering their records and achievements so far in the game.
Fury has never been defeated by any opponent in his career, while Anthony Joshua has lost once when he was beaten by Andy Ruiz.
Bernard Hopkins who competed from 1988 to 2016 in boxing is now pitching his tent with Anthony Joshua claiming that the first tie with Fury will end in draw before winning the rematch.
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