Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder, or Tyson Fury – Who is the best heavyweight?
Although the most recent golden era of heavyweight boxing has come and gone. With greats such as Mike Tyson, Lennox Lewis, Evander Holyfield and more. Before the division sustained a protracted period where the Klitschko brothers ruled the roost. Are we on the cusp of another great era in the sport?
With fighters such as Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder and perhaps a returning Tyson Fury. Are we set to experience a period where these fighters rule the heavyweight division for years to come? And most importantly of all, whois the best heavyweight on the planet right now?
With Fury currently out of the picture. For now, the dominance is split between two men at the very top in Joshua And Wilder. And with no definite date set for these two to fight. Its anyone’s guess as to what shape things will take moving forward.
As Deontay Wilder is considered to be the biggest puncher in heavyweight history. Has the WBC champion got what it takes to defeat the British champion Joshua? And with so much wrangling and backoffice shenanigans. Might we never actuallyget to see the very best in the world face off against one another?
Don’t Forget Tyson Fury
While fellow Brit Tyson Fury may have been well out of the picture. Now with his much anticipated return, could we see a trifecta of fights between the three men to finally find out who is in fact the best heavyweight on the planet? While Joshua holds the majority of the belts and WBC champion Wilder continues to knockout very opponent he faces. Can Fury make a triumphant return and upset the apple cart?
Well, one things for sure is that a world with Tyson Fury involved is a much mor exciting one indeed. As while Wilder and joshua may supply those knockouts. It’s the gipsy king who brings fighting fists and words to the arena. Getting all those watching even more involved in any potential matchups.
So with that being said, let’s take a closer look at the men involved. How they got to where they are and what they bring to the table. Heavyweight boxing hasn’t looked this good for many years. Will we look back in years to come as the Renaissance?