Anthony Joshua is intent on facing the winner of Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3, but opted not to make a prediction for the fight.
AJ, still disappointed that his undisputed clash with Fury didn’t materialise, stated that the two heavyweights are both his ‘enemies’ and so refused to pick a side for their July 24 meeting.
When asked if he believes his fellow Brit would emerge victorious once again, Joshua told Sky: “Fury? Wilder? Bring them both. I’m not taking sides.
“They’re both enemies of mine and I wanna slay them both with the same energy.
“Good luck to both and whichever one wins, I’ll be seeing them soon.”
Joshua will now have to face his WBO mandatory challenger Oleksandr Usyk next.
Regardless of what happens in that fight, he still wants to face Fury in an all-British clash one day.
Joshua added: “I will still be here, still ready to put on a show. End of the year. Let me get past Usyk first. But with or without Usyk in my life, I will fight Fury.
“Usyk isn’t the be-all and end-all.
“Usyk doesn’t determine the Fury fight. The Fury fight has to happen. It’s a big fight, bigger than boxing, bigger than the belts.
“It will happen. After the Usyk fight, after I defend my belts.
“The fight will be bigger, better than what it would have been.”