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Anthony Joshua taking on Tyson Fury could happen sooner rather than later.
In a press conference to announce a rematch with Wladimir Klitschko for July 9th, Tyson Fury's camp said their man wants to take Joshua's newly-won IBF heavyweight belt before the end of the year – and it sounds like AJ is up for that fight in 2016, too.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn says they're lining up a world heavyweight title unification fight with Fury as early as this November:
"I've chatted to Peter Fury about it, we know how big the fight is and both guys, both camps, really fancy their chances in the fight. So I think that's a fight you will see sooner rather than later.
We're going to go in June or July, then Klitschko-Fury is on July 9 and if Tyson wins that fight he will be looking to go November time and so will we."
Hearn says Joshua will fight Fury this year, and David Haye in 2017.
Hearn also said that a fight with David Haye is harder to make due to the Hayemaker's lack of presence in any boxing's governing bodies' top ten rankings:
"I think that's unrealistic, as much as Haye wants the fight, he knows it's a proper fight and that fight is going to build and grow.
Haye against Joshua is a massive fight, probably realistically next spring or summer but Fury could be one for 2016."
Let's go, champs.
[via Sky Sports]