Former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world Lennox Lewis badly wants to see an Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder fight – like most boxing fans do really.

But that could all be blown totally apart of course when Tyson Fury takes on Deontay Wilder before the year is out.

If Fury were to upset the apple cart it would leave the door open for a mega showdown between him and Joshua instead.

That’s the thing about heavyweight boxing, once one of these guys lose, a potential super fight with the other while both are still undefeated might not be what it could have been, so to speak.

Then again, there’s also the argument that the three of them should just fight one another multiple times each and put on a heavyweight feast of fights for fans over the next two years or so.

Who cares if they lose kind of thing – similar to the UFC model where their mixed martial arts fighters can lose in the eyes of the fans, as long as the fights are entertaining.

It shouldn’t be all about maintaining an ‘O’ on your record. At the end of the day fighters learn from defeats, not wins.

That goes for life too.

Lewis after watching this past weekend’s YouTube fight between KSI and Logan Paul said to Joshua and Wilder: