- Anthony Joshua hails duo of Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury after their heavyweight bout over the weekend
- The Gypsy King clinched the WBC title after knocking the American boxer out in the seventh round with the former champion bleeding through his ears
- Fury will now be eyeing a fight with his compatriot in a bout which could be staged at Wembley Stadium
WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has described the pair of Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury as 'gladiators' in the process.
The American boxer popular referred to as the 'Bronze Bomber' suffered his first-ever professional career after losing to the Gypsy King at the MGM Arena in Las Vegas early Sunday morning.
Wilder kissed the canvass in the seventh round after losing the bout on a technical knockout ground after his camp signalled to the official to end the fight.
Fury, who remains unbeaten in his career has now been crowned the latest WBC heavyweight champion.
Although, Wilder was furious with his camp after throwing-in the towel moments before the referee ended the bout.
The 34-year-old bled from his ears which could have led to serious injury as reported by GiveMeSport.
Joshua recently reclaimed his belts after beating American-Mexican fighter Andy Ruiz in Saudi Arabia last December.
The British born boxer of Nigerian descent lost all belts six months earlier after falling in the seventh round to his challenger in the United States in June 2019.
Meanwhile, both Briton fighters might be facing-off before the end of the year - after Joshua must have battled Kubrat Pulev.
The victory was a spectacular one for the Gypsy King and would be eyeing a move to fight Joshua at Wembley Stadium.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Tyson Fury recorded an emphatic seventh-round stoppage over Deontay Wilder as he became the new WBC champion.
The Gypsy King dominated the match which saw the Bronze Bomber struggle after bleeding from his ears and mouth.
He was also knocked down twice in the bout. Wilder's corner had to throw in the towel as Fury became the WBC champion and remain undefeated.