David Haye and Anthony Joshua both have business to take care of in the next couple of months, but if both win, Haye insists that he’s ready for a fight with Joshua, which he calls the “biggest fight on the planet.”
"If AJ beats Klitschko, which I and the rest of Great Britain are hoping he does, any time he is ready to do it I am ready. I'd have fought him on my first fight back from retirement because I know I can beat him.
"Hopefully, if he wins, his team will have the confidence - David Haye is the biggest fight on the planet, let's make it happen. The ball is in his court."
This is some solid grandstanding by Haye (28-2, 26 KO), who instead of fighting Anthony Joshua on his first fight back from retirement instead fought Mark de Mori, and followed that up with a bout against Arnold Gjergjaj, both of which turned out to be comical mismatches.
Joshua (18-0, 18 KO) takes a massive step up against Wladimir Klitschko, a fighter who beat Haye fairly easily years ago, on April 29, while Haye will face Tony Bellew on March 4. Neither win is a gimme whatsoever, as Joshua is taking on by far his toughest test to date, and Haye is facing his first opponent with a pulse since 2012.