Following Deontay Wilder's loss, it appears as if the English are running the heavyweight division at the moment given the success of Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua. The two best heavyweights in the world will finally get to end the debate over who the true king of boxing is.
According to promoter Eddie Hearn, Joshua and Fury have agreed to a two-fight deal, and the bouts will likely take place in 2021.
Fury is fresh off handing Wilder his first loss, while Joshua avenged his upset loss at the hands of Andy Ruiz in dominant fashion, so both of these superstars have momentum on their side.
Fury, in his trademark style, has already boasted about how much he likes his chances in a unification bout against Joshua, predicting a knockout.
Joshua might have the power and speed to score a quick knockout, but if Wilder's unmatched power in the ring failed to topple Fury, then the Gypsy King should be considered the favorite for when these two finally duke it.