Anthony Joshua's Path to Wilder
Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn is on a mission to bring together Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder for what he promises to be the "biggest fight in boxing." But before that can happen, Joshua must first defeat Otto Wallin, a former rival of Tyson Fury, on December 23.
The Potential Showdown
If Joshua is successful in his bout against Wallin and Wilder emerges victorious against Joseph Parker, the stage will be set for a long-awaited clash between the two heavyweights. Hearn is determined to make this dream match a reality, with the winner potentially facing the victor of the upcoming fight between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk.
The Future of the Belts
Hearn acknowledges that the belts in the heavyweight division could potentially "fragment" after the Fury-Usyk fight, particularly the IBF title. However, he remains confident that a Joshua-Wilder showdown can be contracted and become the ultimate fight in boxing. Hearn emphasizes that for this fight to happen, both Joshua and Wilder must win on December 23, creating an even more significant buzz around the potential matchup.
With Eddie Hearn at the helm, fans can anticipate an exhilarating and historic event in the world of boxing.