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Wilder is fighting his mandatory challenger Bermane Stiverne this weekend in New York. Promoter Eddie Hearn and Dillian Whyte have made it quite clear that they want the American next, especially after Whyte won the vacant WBC Silver Heavyweight title in Cardiff against Robert Helenius.

Reports by Worldboxingnews.net stated that the winner Bellew-Haye might face the WBO champion Parker next.

At the moment it’s anyone’s guess what is the next big move in the heavyweight division in 2018, but one thing is for sure, the division will see some major world title fights.

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