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Calzaghe expanded on his thoughts by saying “A great fight for Britain, it would be a world title fight, because remember Tyson Fury beat Klitschko a lot more comfortably than Anthony Joshua.” Joe went on to break down the fight from a tactical standpoint and argued the fight makes for “A great mix of styles. I would love to see that fight.”

Calzaghe also touched on the other major player in the heavyweight division, WBC Champion Deontay Wilder, Calzaghe thinks Joshua deals with Wilder pretty handily and continued the stress that Fury makes for a tougher matchup for Joshua. I think Tyson Fury would be tougher for Joshua, just because of the way he boxes,” said the Welshman. “I fancy ‘AJ’ to knock out Wilder, but it will be pretty entertaining while it lasts.

“Fingers crossed, he will hopefully take care of business at the weekend, and see Tyson Fury get back in shape. That would be a good fight.” Calzaghe concluded ahead of Saturday’s heavyweight showdown.