Joshua is aiming to unify the heavyweight titles. Reuters/Matthew Childs
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Anthony Joshua has refused to rule out the prospect of a world heavyweight title clash with British rival Tyson Fury despite the former champion's travails.But Joshua, who defends his IBF and WBA titles against late replacement Carlos Takam in Cardiff Saturday, has left the door open to a fight with Fury. Joshua is aiming to unify the heavyweight titles.A fight with WBO champion Joseph Parker, who beat Fury's cousin Hughie in Manchester last month, is set for early next year, as well as a WBA mandatory bout before a prospective clash with reigning WBC king Deontay Wilder.
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