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“Joshua has the potential to be the biggest man in sport, not just boxing,” said Farhood, who has worked as an analyst for US TV on Joshua’s world-title fights and was this summer added to the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

“He’s not just a good-looking heavyweight puncher, he understands it’s about what you do outside the ring as well.

“With fighters like Jack Dempsey, Joe Louis and Muhammad Ali, the heavyweight champion stood for something bigger than just the title and we have lost that in recent years.

To get as big as them, Joshua needs playmates – and the obvious one is Deontay Wilder.”

According to Farhood, Joshua versus Wilder could be one of the biggest heavyweight fights in decades.

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