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Former 2-weight world champion, Joe Calzaghe has been speaking to Sky Sports about the magnitude of an all British heavyweight showdown between the undefeated combatants who have both held the unified world heavyweight championship,  Tyson Fury (25-0) and Anthony Joshua (19-0) can  be the “biggest British fight of all time.”

There has been a long back and forth on social media between both combatants teasing the eventuality of a mammoth showdown between the two undefeated British champions and many have called for the fight to happen, most recently Joshua did after defeating Klitschko in April but Fury is on a hiatus from the ring, awaiting a resolution to his UK Anti-Doping hearing, after he tested positive for benzoylecgonine, one of the key components in cocaine.

I would love to see Tyson Fury get back into shape, because I think it would be the biggest British fight of all time,” Calzaghe told Sky Sports, when discussing the significance of this matchup. 

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