Davison wants to help Joshua get revenge
Anthony Joshua defeated Otto Wallin in five rounds in Saudi Arabia on December 23, but Deontay Wilder lost on points to Joseph Parker, meaning the mega-fight between Josua-Wilder in 2024 now looks highly uncertain.
The long-standing heavyweight rivals had signed to fight twice in 2024, but Wilder's loss looks to scupper that showdown, so the natural question is if AJ will fight Parker instead.
"Yeah that's a potential one," trainer Ben Davison agreed when asked about Joshua-Parker 2.
AJ dethroned Parker as the WBO champion in 2018, the Kiwi becoming the first man to take the Brit the distance.
Now it's possible that, six years later, the pair could face each other again.
But AJ's most recent trainer, Ben Davison, has another fight in mind for his heavyweight charge, should they continue to work together.
"Being selfish, I'd really like the opportunity to put that Usyk fight right for him, just off my own.
"I don't know if that's even doable, but that's something that I would love to help him do. And I said to him when he first came down the gym, I'm really confident we'd be able to help you put that right."
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