Frank Warren, promoter for WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, is beyond confident that his boxer would pick apart IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua.
Fury claimed the WBC world title last month, when he stopped Deontay Wilder in the seventh round at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Joshua was stopped in seven rounds by Andy Ruiz back in June of 2019, but he got revenge with a dominant twelve round unanimous decision in their December rematch.
Currently the biggest fight in the heavyweight division is a unification between Fury and Joshua.
Both need to win their upcoming fights to stay on course for such a fight. Fury would have to beat Wilder in a planned trilogy bout in July, and Joshua has to defeat mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev on June 20th in London.
If they ever meet, Warren expects Fury to expose all of Joshua's flaws in the contest.
"In less than a year you look at the turnaround, Joshua was top of the tree then he went to New York and it was a complete debacle. He was exposed badly and gave everyone the blueprint to beat him," Warren said.
"He won his title back and he did it in good style in that he trained hard, got his tactics right and he was fit - but Ruiz was a disgrace; the guy looked like he had been training in his larder [the pantry room].
"We know [Ruiz] has fast hands but he had no legs in that fight, he came in even bigger than he did for the previous fight so it played into AJ's hands. Tyson Fury is a great exponent of exposing people's weaknesses and for me there will only be one winner."