ANTHONY JOSHUA set his sights on fighting Tyson Fury next year in an undisputed title decider as he roared: 'I want all the belts'.
Joshua sent out a message to his long time rival with FOUR knockdowns in a brutal demolition of Kubrat Pulev at Wembley Arena.
Straight after the win, which capped off his return to the ring after a year out, the WBA, IBF and WBO champion was pressed on a fight with Fury.
And Joshua responded: "Of course I want the challenge.
"I want all the belts, if that happens to be Tyson Fury, then let it be."
The WBC crown Fury won by dethroning Deontay Wilder in February remains the only piece left for AJ to win.
And promoter Eddie Hearn confirmed he will start negotiations for the Battle of Britain as soon as possible.
He said: "There has been a lot of talk, it is less talk and more action.
"We are going to be friendly, we are going to be nice. We are going to make the Fury fight straight away.
"He wants it, he is the best heavyweight in the world. It's about legacy, and let's get it done."
Fury, 32, rejected the chance to watch Joshua, 31, ringside and stare his foe in the eyes.
But the Gypsy King did watch the fight and the subsequent call out – but was left unconvinced by AJ
Fury said on Twitter: "There you go everyone, Anthony Joshua just s*** himself live on television.
"He got asked if he wants the fight and he went around the bushes and put his arse in the hedge.
"I want the fight. I want the fight next. I will knock him out inside three rounds.
"He is a big bum dosser and I cannot wait to knock him spark out."
Fury was initially set to face Wilder, 35, in a trilogy bout this year.
But he attempted to walk away from the rivalry, believing the immediate rematch clause expired in October.
As a result, Wilder initiated legal action to dispute it, but Fury's US promoter Bob Arum tweeted to confirm he will start talks with AJ's side.
Hearn added: "Starting from tomorrow, we make the Tyson Fury fight straight away.
"It's the only fight to be made in boxing. It is the biggest fight in British boxing history.
"I know he (Joshua) wants it, He is the best heavyweight in the world, I promise you. He'll break him down, he'll knock him out."
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