SugarHill Steward, the trainer for WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, already has a strategy in mind to topple IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO champion Anthony Joshua.

Back in February, Fury stopped Deontay Wilder in seventh round of their rematch to capture the WBC title at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

In the first bout in December 2018, Fury went down twice and fought Wilder to a controversial twelve round split draw.

In the rematch, Fury decided to part ways with trainer Ben Davison and hired Steward.

Fury was aggressive, he took the fight to Wilder - scoring two knockdowns and eventually gaining the stoppage when Wilder's corner threw in the towel.

And Steward was put the same tactics in place to take down Joshua.

"Why do anything different? This is what I believe in wholeheartedly, the Kronk style. So many guys have won with that style. It is a proven method over decades and thousands of successful fights, it isn't just something that has been made up," Steward told Sky Sports.

"Nobody has to believe us. It isn't about talking, it's about actions. Tyson is intelligent. Now learning something different, he knows what to do. [Joshua] is a big, strong, intelligent, talented fighter. Very co-ordinated and strong with great will and determination. He can punch with both hands. Joshua is one of the other big superstars of boxing but, the only way to truly tell, is for those two guys to fight.

"Every fight with Tyson excites me because I haven't finished teaching him. There is so much more he needs to learn. I only touched on a little bit. I only emphasised the most important things needed for [the Wilder fight]. The focus was only on Wilder."

Fury is heading to a trilogy fight with Wilder, likely taking place on a date in October. And Joshua has a tentative date of July 25 for his mandatory fight with Kubrat Pulev.