"I've got no interest [Wilder or Fury] in who wins".
"Without that Klitschko fight - I wasn't as prepared as I am now".
Anthony Joshua holds numerous world titles.
But what we do have at the moment is an exciting group of personalities and, in the cases of Joshua and Wilder, murderous punchers who have already done well to reignite the dormant division (and arguably the sport) over the past year simply by talking a great game and backing it up with entertaining fights as they inch closer to facing one another.
Who do you think Joshua will fight next?
Wilder and Joshua could not agree terms, after both parties had made offers, to meet in a four-belt world heavyweight title fight to decide the undisputed champion.
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Former world champion Fury beat Francesco Pianeta on points in his second fight since making his comeback from a two and half year absence from the ring. I realised he was strong to the head but weak to the body.
"I would fight all of them".
"Hopefully, it's me next, I'm here and ready to fight".
Wilder, an American, versus former champion Fury is widely regarded as a bigger and more significant fight than Joshua's 22nd professional win, but Joshua insists he wants the victor.
But if we're being honest, a big part of what has made this new era so much fun, featuring three super heavyweights all standing above 6-foot-6 and all now claiming at least a piece of the heavyweight crown, has been how incredibly vulnerable each can be despite their obvious talent.
"I'm up against one of the best fighters in the world".
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Another one landed in the third, nicely timed over Joshua's jab, with the Brit fully aware that he was now in a fight. We will negotiate the fight now.
"If it's not Deontay Wilder then it will be Whyte here on April 13".
After an early chess match in which Joshua suffered a bloodied nose before cutting his rival, the Briton grew in confidence and a savage right hand followed by a left hook began an onslaught which would prove telling.
"At this level it's never going to be easy", Joshua said.
"Instinct told me he was hurt and it was time to get him out of there".
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