Anthony Joshua has made a claim statement now ahead of a heavyweight title clash with Tyson Fury, MySportDab reports.
The WBO, WBA and IBF Champion has clearly revealed his opinion for an all-British unification fight.
All heavyweight belts are in the UK, with Joshua getting back his three belts after his defeat by Andy Ruiz Jr in December.
While, Tyson Fury thrashed Deontay Wilder in February to win the WBC belt.
MySportDab understands that if Joshua and Fury face off, the winner will be the first unified champion of the boxing division since Lennox Lewis.
However, Joshua is ready to show his dominance.
‘If you really want to be No 1, come fight me. Let’s do it and get over it,’ he told Sky Sports.
‘I have the rest of the belts so it makes sense.
‘I’m right now the unified heavyweight champion of the world, he’s the current WBC champion. What it will prove, me and him fighting? It would provide one dominant figure in the heavyweight division that will retain all the belts and be undisputed.
‘Logically to prove you are No 1, I have to fight Tyson Fury and he must fight Anthony Joshua.’
While both boxers have expressed their desire to a bout as soon as possible, some issues stand in the way of the fight.
Wilder has a third rematch to face Fury and Joshua still has to defend his belts against Kubrat Pulev.