The Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury saga has seemingly gone on for longer than life itself.
However, Matchroom boxing promoter Eddie Hearn has recently revealed an exciting revelation between Deontay Wilder and his client Anthony Joshua.
“Last week, we made an offer for which was a percentage split with a minimum guarantee, with a two-fight deal,” the promoter revealed.
“If Anthony Joshua wins, Deontay Wilder still gets to fight him again in America.”
A verbal battle between the pair has gone on for some time now as it appears that AJ was becoming increasingly agitated that the American is seemingly unwilling to fight the Brit.
In addition to this, it appears slightly peculiar that Wilder would turn down a two-fight deal which will provide him a shot at the remaining titles and a redemption fight on his own turf, should he lose the first fight in Great Britain.
However, it appears Wilder has gone in a different direction for his next fight.
The Bronze Bomber's next opponent is none other than the Gypsy King himself Tyson Fury.
In addition to this, the WBC has confirmed that the winner of this fight will be taking on Anthony Joshua in a fight which will confirm who the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world will be, if agreements can be made.
Technically, all three fighters - Fury, AJ and Wilder - are undefeated within the realms of heavyweight boxing, which makes interesting viewing when it comes to December 1, as the Bronze Bomber and the Gypsy King come face-to-face.
Furthermore, it is believed that AJ has Wembley Stadium reserved for April 13, but this won't be for either Fury or Wilder.
It's possible that Joshua will be taking another blockbuster Wembley fight to hone his skills ahead of a legendary heavyweight bout.
Rumours suggest that a rematch against Dillian Whyte could be on the cards, which boxing fans wouldn't mind seeing based upon their long rivalry and hatred for one another.
In addition to this, other names such as Jarrell Miller, who has a connection with Matchroom Boxing, has been mentioned.