Anthony Joshua vows to defeat Tyson Fury and unify heavyweight division

Two-time heavyweight Boxing champion, Anthony Joshua has vowed to defeat Tyson Fury as he seeks to become undisputed champion of the world.
British boxer, Joshua, who is a two-time unified heavyweight champion, having held the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO titles since December 2019 and previously between 2016 and June 2019 is eyeing a huge clash with the Gypsy king, Fury who currently holds the WBC title.
Fury annihilated Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on February 22 to take the WBC crown previously held by the American.

The British rivals are set to finally clash in the future after facing other opponents andJoshua has no doubts that he will get a win over Fury should both Men ever cross paths in the ring.

‘I’m looking at Tyson Fury like I’m going to walk though him as well,” Joshua told DANZ.
“I am working towards beating Tyson Fury.
“In a way, it is overlooking Pulev but I’ve got to look through Pulev because I am going to walk through Pulev, that’s the mindset.
“When it comes to Pulev, he isn’t on my level. I’m walking through him. 
“I want the boys at the top and I’m working through them all, that’s the mindset we have to have as fighters. So I’m looking at Tyson Fury like I’m going to walk through him as well,” Joshua said.
Bookmakers have Fury as the slight favourite to win the potential Battle of Britain but Joshua has other ideas.
“I am beating Tyson Fury, whether the bookmakers, believers or doubters want to be with me or not, I have to believe it,” Joshua added.
“When Tyson Fury is ready, I will not turn down that fight. 
“I’m looking at the wider picture, I am thinking like the challenger and the underdog,” he explained.
Meanwhile, promoter, Frank Warren believes Fury will easily beat his British rival.
“Tyson will do to Joshua exactly what he did to Wilder,” Warren said.