Date: 15th June 2016 at 5:23pm
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As the countdown begins to Anthony Joshua?s first defence of his IBF world heavyweight crown, when the Watford fighter will make a defence of the belt he ripped from the grasp of Prince Charles Martin, the unbeaten heavyweight has out-lined his plans for the future.

Although Joshua is taking nothing for granted when he takes on the unbeaten American fighter Dominic Breazeale, at the O2 Arena in London, on June 25th, Joshua then wants fights against Tyson Fury and then Deontay Wilder, in order to unify the division.

Fury, who has a re-match against Wladimir Klitschko coming up, holds the WBA and WBO belts whilst Wilder holds the WBC version of the crown.

Talking about his progress so far, in the professional ranks, Joshua has remarked,

?I?m pretty satisfied with how far I?ve come. But I want all the belts. There?s a lot of work to be done but I?ll do it.?

It promises to be an interesting and exciting journey for us all and one we?re looking forward to.