Anthony Joshua has insisted he does not care who he fights in November, because whoever it is will be getting knocked out.
The 26-year-old has delivered a stoppage in each of his 17 professional fights to date with his most recent opponent Dominic Breazeale hitting the floor in the seventh round.
It has already been announced that Joshua will be fighting on November 26 in Manchester and the Brit says he is not losing sleep wondering who he will be facing off against with Joseph Parker, Kubrat Pulev and Bermane Stiverne all possible opponents.
‘Whoever it is out of the three – Parker, Pulev and Stiverne, that was the shortlist,’ Joshua told Sky Sports.
‘If it’s not one of them, then they are all going to be on the show.
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‘[If it’s] one of those three, [then] the other two somehow will perform on the show.
‘We’re trying to make it an all-heavyweight [night], a real night of the giants.
‘Whoever it is, the same result has to occur – knockouts.
‘It doesn’t really bother me who it is, because my objective is just to win.’