Irishman Michael Conlan believes one man clears out the entire heavyweight division following the latest unification bout that take place in the heavyweight weight class this weekend.
Anthony Joshua ultimately added another belt to his impressive collection last night with a points win over previous WBO champion Joseph Parker.
He now is just short the WBC heavyweight belt to have all recognised titles under his control.
He’s managed to do all this within just twenty-one professional fights following a relatively short amateur career – too.
Conlan paid tribute to Joshua’s star status for boxing following the win last night, but believes Tyson Fury beats all comers when he returns:
— Michael Conlan (@mickconlan11) March 31, 2018
Fury is still to confirm a date, venue and opponent for his comeback fight. As well as officially announce his new promoter.
The latter however is thought to be pretty much tied up behind the scenes with an announcement forthcoming in the coming weeks.
Fury is still quite a bit away just yet from any of the world champions, as realistically, he’ll need a couple of warm of fights at least before going back in at that kind of level.
2019 is probably a more sensible time frame for Fury to be stepping in the ring with the likes of a Joshua or a Wilder.