Background[ edit ] Joshua has repeatedly spoken of his desire to fight the undefeated WBC champion Deontay Wilder for all four world titles, but with the American expected to fight Tyson Fury in a rematch in Las Vegas in April before the fight was cancelled, he needed an alternative opponent and insisted Dillian Whyte would then be the leading candidate. Whyte did not reveal the figure, however he claimed it was lower than what he received against Chisora in December
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The Brit is currently preparing for his rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr having lost his world titles to the chubby underdog in June.
But should he avenge his first professional defeat, Joshua will target a domestic showdown with fellow former world champion Fury. Asked by Sky Sports what his ideal fight would be, he said: "I always change it, but right now, I'd say Fury at Wembley.
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It is a massive fight. That's like asking if a certain football team will play another football team; of course. We have to fight each other. Anthony Joshua is keen to fight Tyson Fury in the future Image: PA "We're all big draws in the heavyweight division so it would be massive.
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I'm fighting Ruiz Jr next. The list goes on - there's so many out there that I'd love to compete with. He immediately triggered the rematch clause in his contract and will challenge the Mexican-American in Saudi Arabia on December 7.
He wanted to be big, strong, solid. Obviously against Ruiz, someone that's faster, it's probably better to be a little bit lighter and more fluid.