Date: 23rd October 2014 at 6:44pm
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After crushing all before him, Anthony Joshua looks destined for greatness.

But has a remark made by his promoter, Eddie Hearn, started a war of words that will result in a huge domestic heavyweight bust-up?

Hearn suggested that Joshua would sweep aside all before him and in a years? time would be ready to beat the likes of Tyson Fury.

Fury, never afraid to beat his own drum, has responded to that by using the Twitter network to respond,

?I challenge Anthony Joshua to a fight in December after I smash Chisora.?

Backing it up with,

?Eddie Hearn would never dream of putting Joshua in the same ring as me so stop going on about it. [He] wouldn?t last three rounds. [There is] too much talking and avoiding going on in world heavyweight boxing. Let it not be just about the money, its killing boxing. Let?s fight each other.?

But Hearn hasn?t hidden away and has responded,

?Correct, you wouldn?t last three rounds. Time will tell, concentrate on your fight; hope it happens for you,?

?Give me a call after your scheduled fight.?

Will it happen?

Could it happen?

Why not if both camps are up for it!