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With 20 wins and all of them coming via stoppage, plus three world titles on the side, do make an impressive resume when you look at it on paper.

Anthony Joshua has already achieved what most fighters could only dream of in a short span and he’s not even hit 30 yet. The good thing for Joshua is that he’s only getting started.

As the clear number one face and name in heavyweight boxing or perhaps in the whole sport of boxing, Joshua is expected to achieve great things while on top, especially in 2018.

His number one target at the moment is the WBC World heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. If all goes according to plan, Joshua will face Joseph Parker after defeating ‘The Bronze Bomber’ and will try to become the absolute undisputed unified WBA, WBO, WBC, IBF & IBO World heavyweight champion.

And let’s not forget about fighting the current Ring Magazine heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury.

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He believes achieving all of the above would put him in the same category as Muhammad Ali and many other heavyweight greats.

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