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Will Anthony Joshua Become the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World?
Since Lennox Lewis from November 1999 to April 2000, there hasn't been an undisputed heavyweight champion of the world - one man owning all of the major belts in the division - and that was when there were just three belts. With the recognition of the WBO as a major title, boxers now have to win four belts to earn the godly title.

With two out of the four belts, being able to produce a fight worthy among some of the best of all-time, Anthony Joshua is eyeing up the WBO and WBC to add to his shelf; but can he do it?

Joshua's next opponent

The next stepping stone in Joshua's career is yet to be laid, but many suspect that a rematch with Wladimir Klitschko is on the cards. Joshua and his promoter, Eddie Hearn, are eyeing up a top billing in Las Vegas, USA to try to coax Klitschko into returning to the ring. The top ranking heavyweight said: "I like the sound of Vegas! I'm ready, I'm ready. I want to be paid all in casino chips, all on red."

While Klitschko could just enjoy the Vegas experience from his own home with some free no deposit casino bets, a huge title fight like that is exactly what stencils great fighters into history, and is what many fans want to see.

Other contenders

With Anthony Joshua holding half of the division's titles, New Zealander Joseph Parker and American Deontay Wilder own the other two. Parker was distinctly unimpressive in his last fight, against gigantic Romanian Razvan Cojanu, which was meant to be his big send off to his home nation. He's set to fight Hughie Fury in his first defence abroad on September 23.

Wilder, on the other hand, has held onto his title for the last couple of years, after defeating Bermane Stiverne by unanimous decision in January 2015. Since then, however, the self-proclaimed top heavyweight has recently been charged with marijuana possession and is yet to defend his title against anyone of significance, even calling out one-time heavyweight Tony Bellew to be his next opponent.

If Joshua can hold onto his belts after fighting Klitschko again - or defending against Kubrat Pulev in another potential fixture - he looks to be the best of the current champions head-to-head, and could very well pick up the mantle that his compatriot left at the turn of the millennia.
Article By: Qadeer Ali