Joshua and Breazeale fight for the IBF World Heavyweight Title at the O2 Arena, London.
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Anthony Joshua feels ready to take on any of the world's elite heavyweights after a seventh round victory over Dominic Breazeale Saturday.In a first defense of his International Boxing Federation heavyweight title, Joshua floored his American challenger twice in a comfortable victory at the O2 Arena in London.Joshua's next fight is likely to be against New Zealand's Joseph Parker, who is his mandatory challenger, while a fight against fellow Briton Tyson Fury has now been cast into doubt.Fury, 27, is due to fight former world No. 1 Wladimir Klitschko later in the year after he last week pulled out a scheduled fight date of July 9, due to a sprained ankle.Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn plans to take the Briton overseas in the future and says a fight against Parker will happen in November at the earliest.And Hearn said a fight against Fury is not looking as likely now.
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