- Anthony Joshua seems to have accepted the offer to face Tyson Fury in London
- The 30-year-old recently reclaimed his heavyweight titles after beating Andy Ruiz
- Joshua is also expected to face a couple of mandatory challengers if he must keep his belts
British heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has hinted that he is opened to getting into the rings with his countryman Tyson Fury.
Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium could be the venue for their fight which has not been given a date yet.
Joshua recently reclaim his WBA, WBO, and IBF belts last December after beating defending champion Andy Ruiz in Saudi Arabia.
The English born boxer of Nigerian descent has however accepted a challenge from Fury who will be facing American fighter Deontay Wilder next month.
SunSport reports that Joshua is expected to battle Kubrat Pulev in his next fight, while Bulgarian star Pulev is another mandatory challenger for his IBF crown.
Oleksandr Usyk is also waiting in line to fight Joshua for his WBO belt, but the Mirror claims the 30-year-old seems unperturbed by the above-named fighters.
The publications further revealed that Joshua is keen on fighting Fury first and then Deontay Wilder next.
He was recently questioned about a chance to fight his countryman and he said: "The doors are open. I'm wishing him well in February. Imagine having that fight, at Tottenham? That would be phenomenal.
"I'm supporting Fury [against Wilder] because imagine the local kids being able to watch the undisputed championship fight on their doorstep. "I'd love to do it here in the UK."
Meanwhile, Anthony Joshua's promoter, Eddie Hearn, hinted that London is the likely destination for his client's next bout.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Anthony Joshua met with President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday, January 18, and presented his heavyweight belts to him in a beautiful scene that sent delight into the hearts of Nigerians across the world.
The world heavyweight champion defeated Mexican star Andy Ruiz in Saudi Arabia on December 7, to reclaim his heavyweight belts in style.
Joshua, whose father hailed from Sagamu, Ogun State, then thanked Nigerians for their supports, promising to present his IBO, IBF, WBO and WBA belts to the president.
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