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The unified world IBO, IBF and WBA (Super) world heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua has shared that his promoter and the group managing director at Matchroom Sport has been in contact with the man who formerly held the three titles Joshua now holds, the undefeated Tyson Fury (25-0) about a huge blockbuster clash in 2018.

“It’s Anthony Joshua versus the world right now, I have got to fight them all!” Joshua jokingly suggested following the recent upsurge in his status and several of the standout heavyweight contenders including other champions such as Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker earmarking him as a lucrative option for their careers going forwards.

Recent progress has been made following Fury’s prolonged hiatus from the ring following testing positive for benzoylecgonine, one of the primary components in cocaine. with the British Boxing Board of Control’s general secretary Robert Smith confirming they are awaiting a speedy resolution to the issue and the wheels will be set in motion once Fury’s legal team confirms a date to resume his hearing.

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