HEAVYWEIGHT UNDISPUTED Joshua and Fury’s fight would bring together the heavyweight division’s two world champions and two of Britain’s greatest fighters in recent memory. When asked if this would be the biggest British fight in history, Hearn said: “Of course. It would be one of the biggest fights in boxing history. Two British world heavyweight champions fighting for the undisputed world heavyweight title. When will that ever happen again? Never.” One stumbling block in setting up the fight could be WBO mandatory challenger Oleksandr Usyk, who is looking to invoke his status and challenge Joshua. But Hearn, who represents Joshua, insists Usyk’s mandatory status will not provide a delay to the Fury fight. “No, we don’t care,” he said. “Because we’ll vacate a belt – if we have to. But we will do everything we can to see that (Fury) fight be undisputed. “It’s not a problem. Everyone wants it. You’ll see that fight next year.”
“I would love to smash Deontay Wilder’s face in,” Whyte told Sky Sports. “It’s one of those fights where I would be very charged up. I would go out in the first round and just get going after him.
“It is frustrating, but it’s still a big name. He’s one of the top guys and I would love to fight him.
“He has to be serious. We offered him six, seven million dollars once and he turned it down when he was making one million dollars to fight Luis Ortiz.
“How serious is he?”
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