Date: 29th October 2017 at 10:28am
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Following his 10th round stoppage of Carlos Takem, at the Principality Stadium, in Cardiff, Anthony Joshua continues to harbour ambitions of unifying the division.

Standing between the British heavyweight and that dream are the WBC champion Deontay Wilder and the WBO champion Joseph Parker.

With Joshua now not fighting again until 2018, it remains to be seen who Joshua?s next opponent will be.

Eddie Hearn, who staged the promotion in Cardiff last night agrees that a meeting with Deontay Wilder ?has to happen?, but it appears Joshua?s trainer, Rob McCracken, prefers his charge to take on Joseph Parker first.

As for the man himself, Joshua appeared as relaxed as ever when commenting on what?s next he remarked,

‘The possibilities are bubbling nicely in the distance.

?I’m not worried about 2018 because of the potential possibilities to come.

‘I want the other two belts out there, whether it’s Wilder first or Parker.’

At 28-years-of-age the world is Joshua?s oyster, he oozes charm and confidence, he?s a role model and seems to cope with everything that comes his way, but can he take one of those massive blows Wilder launches?

I guess next year we?ll see!