Anthony Joshua is not afraid of anyone.
The heavyweight improved to 19-0 after an impressive win over reigning WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday in London. Joshua dropped Klitschko once in the 5th and then twice more in the 11th before the fight was stopped. He also was knocked down in the 6th.
Joshua has continued his impressive KO streak as he has won all of his fights by KO. He is poised to take on some of the best heavyweights in the world and is willing to fight anyone.
“I never duck a challenge, so if you want ever want to see me fight Tyson Fury, I’m not going anywhere. I will fight Tyson Fury,” Joshua said in his postfight match with HBO’s Max Kellerman.
Joshua said he was willing to do a rematch with Klitschko or even fight Deontay Wilder.
“If Wladimir wants to fight, I will fight Wladimir once again,” Joshua said.
He was asked by Kellerman about Wilder.
“Wilder’s a great champion and representing America really well. If that fight happens next, so be it. We don’t duck anyone.”
Let’s hope he ends up fighting Fury or Wilder because those would be some great battles. Even a rematch with Klitschko would be a fun fight.