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Anthony Joshua got his 20th stoppage win in Cardiff this past Saturday against a gritty and durable Carlos Takam in the tenth round.

During his post-fight interview in the ring, the reigning WBA, IBF & IBO World heavyweight champion shouted out loud and made it clear that Deontay Wilder, Joseph Parker, and Tyson Fury are his upcoming three fights in 2018.

But not in that order, at least if you ask Joshua’s coach Rob McCracken.

The most talked about it a unification bout against The WBC World heavyweight champion, Deontay Wilder. It’s been a while since the boxing world has seen a meaningful World heavyweight title fight between a UK and US fighter. But Joseph Parker might skip the queue and jump ahead of everybody.

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