Breaking News: Ngannou and Tyson Fury to fight Anthony joshua for next match

Next fight for Anthony Joshua: What we know about AJ following his victory over Francis Ngannou as the Tyson Fury fight approaches
With that victory, he is now well-positioned to contend for world belts once more, and a highly anticipated rematch with Tyson Fury is imminent.

What’s new with Joshua’s upcoming opponent, then? Looks at…

Anthony Joshua’s upcoming match
Joshua is currently working for his next fight.

Long-awaited talk of an amazing fight including Fury has left supporters hopeful for a quick all-British heavyweight match.

Recently, AJ made a suggestion about when they might meet if the Gypsy King prevails in his uncontested match against Usyk.

Although Fury and Usyk’s contract has a rematch clause, the Joshua fight may go ahead instead thanks to a step-aside payment from Saudi boxing official Turki Alalshikh.

Furthermore, Alalshikh has already stated that one of the matchups he most wants to see is AJ vs. Fury.

In a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” Q&A, he disclosed that Fury vs. Joshua, Terence Crawford vs. Canelo Alvarez, and David Benavidez vs. Artur Beterbiev are the top three fights he wants to do in the future.

Joshua could face Fury once the ‘Gypsy King’ is done with Usyk

Away from Fury, there have also been other names thrown into the hat as Joshua’s next opponent.

Filip Hrgovic is set to take on Daniel Dubois on June 1 for the vacant IFB heavyweight title.

And he believes that the winner of that fight will take on AJ in September at Wembley Stadium.

Hrgovic said: “It should be me against Dubois for the vacant IBF belt. Then the winner should fight Joshua, but you never know in boxing.

“Joshua is the dream fight and I hope I will beat Dubois and then fight him in Wembley in September. That would be perfect.”

Deontay Wilder has also been tipped for a bout against Joshua later this year after teaming up with Eddie Hearn.

He is not expected to turn down the chance to fight AJ should the opportunity arrive.

AJ next fight: What’s been said?

Hinting at the possibility of him and Fury finally getting it on soon, Joshua told the BBC: “Boxing is changing a lot, there is a new player, Turki Alalshikh, who is taking the world by storm.

“He is doing what he wants for the fans, it’s amazing. So if the fans demand it, I know that he will deliver.

“I know the fans want me and Fury, I want that. I’m not going to give away plans, but he is a man of action.

“It’s coming, most definitely it’s coming.”

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