Will Anthony Joshua Be On The Undercard For Conor Mcgregor vs Floyd Mayweather?

Of course the main fight isn’t even signed yet by both parties, but Conor hinted that he signed his end in a recent Instagram post, and after the Gervonte Davis fight against Liam Walsh, Floyd was asked about that, and he indicated he may be signing his end of the deal, after they get back and have his team look things over.

I just wrote a post about what I believe could turn the Mayweather Mcgregor match into the fight of the century, and now just read that Anthony Joshua is interested being on the undercard.

That is another way they could make this fight absolutely massive, IMO.

I wonder who he would fight? A couple names that get mixed up with talks about Anthony Joshua’s next fight are Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker, although Deontay Wilder seems to have his sights set on Joseph Parker.

Who Is Anthony Joshua?

You may not have heard of him if you don’t follow boxing, but he is an undefeated heavyweight who just won his last fight against the well known Wladimir Klitschko, and it turned out to be a great fight, where both fighters went down, and Joshua won by KO in the 11th round. People say it was the best heavyweight match they have seen in some time.

Needless to say, Anthony Joshua can expect a good following for his next fight, and to get on the undercard with Floyd vs Conor would be epic. I think this has just about as much potential as my idea, which was to have the Mayweather Mcgregor on the same card as the Gennady Golovkin Canelo Alvarez fight.

I’m looking forwards to how this all plays out. One thing is for sure, and that is that 2017 has the potential to be a great year for boxing, with a few big fights, and as far as the Mayweather Mcgregor fight, I personally look forwards to the outcome of that one.

That one has so many people talking already. Some people hate the idea, some love it, most say Mayweather will skate through it, and then some people say you never know, since a fight is a fight.

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