Anthony Joshua is in line to face the winner of Tyson Fury's rematch with Oleksandr Usyk - Boxing promote, Eddie Hearn reveals

Boxing promoter,  Eddie Hearn has revealed Anthony Joshua is in line to fight the winner between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk for the undisputed heavyweight title even if the Gypsy King gains revenge to set up a potential trilogy. 


Joshua's last fight was in March when he brutally knocked out Francis Ngannou in the second round in Saudi Arabia. 


The Nigerian-British boxer now looks set to fight Daniel Dubois at Wembley in September. 


If Joshua comes through unscathed, he will fight either Fury or Usyk, who are set for a rematch in December 


Hearn told The Sun: 'I expect the winner of the December fight to fight Anthony Joshua, if he wins in September.


'There's no decision yet made on the opponent, there's three or four in the mix. But yeah, that's the absolute plan.


'The first priority is to regain the world heavyweight title and obviously undisputed's always been the dream.


'So I think we're two fights away from becoming undisputed. But, we've got to win them.'


Last month, Usyk beat Fury via split decision after the judges scored the bout 115-112, 113-114, 114-113 in a historic showdown. 


The Ukrainian's victory meant that he became the first boxer since Lennox Lewis in 1999 to unify the heavyweight division after taking the WBC title off Fury, which was added to his WBA (Super), WBO, IBF and IBO titles.