Anthony Joshua reveals who and where he'll fight after Joseph Parker
A man with a plan.
Anthony Joshua expects to keep hold of his pristine undefeated record when he meets Joseph Parker, with confirmation of that unification bout set to arrive this weekend.
Parker is believed to be in the UK with his promotional team to thrash out the final details on the fight, which is expected to take place in Cardiff on March 31.
Somebody's 0 has to go when the two undefeated heavyweights take centre stage at the Principality Stadium and 'AJ' remains fully confident that he will add Parker's WBO title to his already impressive collection.
And, as anticipated, Joshua will then set his sights on the WBC belt.
Putting his foot down https://t.co/CpryG2M1nt
— JOE.co.uk (@JOE_co_uk) December 5, 2017
The 28-year-old was on The Graham Norton Show on Friday night, when he revealed that he planned to venture stateside to take on 'The Bronze Bomber'.
"Deontay Wilder, he’s got a big mouth," Joshua replied when asked who he'd face after Parker.
"This is the plan next, this is when the guys where I grew up can get to Vegas and have a good time and watch a bit of boxing as well.
"This will be the fight that makes history.
"But it’s interesting, let’s just say I’ve done the hard work, I’ve managed to keep the four belts and I’ve got to put everything on the line to bring them back home so it’s a real tough one."
Wilder is expected to defend his WBC crown against Luis Ortiz on March 3 and, with a victory for both Wilder and Joshua, a blockbuster summer fight is on the cards.