Date: 9th June 2015 at 6:45pm
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As Anthony Joshua continues on his merry way up the heavyweight rankings, he?s now ranked at #6 by the WBC, the standard of opponent he faces will, inevitably, get tougher.

His promoter, Eddie Hearn, has already promised a name opponent for a September promotion in London, but Joshua, somewhere down the line, has his own aspirations as to who he will face.

With a perfect 13 fight record, with all 13 ending inside three rounds, Joshua has spoken about a domestic tear-up with David Haye and also a title fight against the current WBC belt holder, the big punching Deontay Wilder, with Joshua believing he is a far better fighter than the new American heavyweight hope.

Speaking to the media, Joshua had this to say,

?There is a big fight out there for me if David Haye makes his comeback.

?But I would be happy to meet Deontay before that. He has raw power but I believe I?m a better boxer.?

With Haye promising a comeback but not yet delivering, Wilder looks the better option, but how long will Joshua have to wait for a match to be made, eighteen months perhaps?