After the battery of Deoontay Wilder by two-time world champion Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn wants a heavyweight unification match.
After seven rounds of boxing, Fury brought to an end the seven-year reign of Wilder in a rematch over the weekend.
Fourteen months after their dramatic split-decision draw, Fury dominated the American — who had blood dripping from his left ear and leaking from his mouth when referee Kenny Bayless called a halt as Wilder’s corner threw in the towel.
The question is, what happens next? Will there be a Wilder-Fury part three or a historic meeting with Joshua?
“No need for a third let’s go straight to it in the summer!” tweeted the promoter.
“I have already spoken to AJ, he wants this fight,” added Hearn. “He has zero fear of fighting Tyson Fury and he wants to be undisputed.
We hope and wait to see if the fight comes to maturity.