Klitschko will return only to fight with Joshua

"I am a Nigerian man by blood, yes", the Minister quoted Joshua as saying in a recent interview, during which the boxer also listed the secret of his success as pounded yam, eba and egusi - all Nigerian cuisine.

"I feel like he boxed well and he thinks so as well so maybe he thinks there's life in the tank yet, " Hearn told Sky Sports. If he is then it is a sequel people would definitely want to see. You heard it yourself, how Joshua didn't mention my name knowing I'm next for him but he called out [Tyson] Fury after fight.

Joshua and Fury have both indulged in posturing regarding a showdown in the aftermath of the former's victory over Klitschko, although Hearn has ruled out the fight's potential for the foreseeable future.

Kylie Jenner snaps star-studded selfie in Met Gala bathroom
Jackson wore a gorgeous Calvin Klein designed black gown with a peek-a-boo slit across her abdominal. Check out all of this year's Met Gala looks below.

"There's only one fight out there, the biggest fight in the world and everyone knows that".

Although Joshua now has three clear options on the table in the form of Deontay Wilder, Wladimir Klitschko and Tyson Fury, it seems that the fight which fans most want to see would be between Joshua and the self-proclaimed "Gypsy King".

However, Joshua's promoter, Hearn insists a possible bout is "miles away", as Fury hopes to get back to shape.

Honor 6X is getting an interface makeover with its Nougat update
And of course, you have better optimizations for a smoother experience and enhanced battery life. Both the variants will be made available in Sky Blue, Pearl White and Space Black colour options.

"As for Wladimir, I've got the ultimate respect for him in and out of the ring and, if we wants a rematch, I'd have no problem fighting him again", he said.

Will Fury's training lead him to a fight with Joshua? If he likes he can just give up the belt but if not then October or November sounds good to me so it's your move boy.

For Klitschko - who perhaps with an extra few punches might have finished Joshua - it could spell retirement, especially after his previous defeat more than a year ago by Britain's Tyson Fury. "Look, my team let that fight happen because the WBA and Eddie Hearn asked us for a favour and because Klitschko didn't want to fight me but I'm done being pushed back".

India breaks into Fifa's top 100 after 21 years
The national team has secured victories in 11 of their last 13 matches (including an unofficial match against Bhutan), scoring 31 goals in the process.

Latest News