Eddie Hearn believes Anthony Joshua would have no trouble facing Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder in a heavyweight unification fight in December, after not fighting for a year.
Joshua is expected to put his world heavyweight titles at risk against IBF mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev at London's Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on June 20. Hearn, Joshua's prosecutor, knows that the fight is unlikely to continue because of the coronavirus pandemic. It is not known when sports will resume and the Spurs will still have a season in the Premier League to end.
Fury and Wilder were due to fight for the third time in July, but WBC champion co-promoter Bob Arum said the fight for the trilogy could be postponed until October.
Hearn doesn't think Joshua would have a problem getting into a titanic showdown looking for a title sweep later in the year if there is a drastic change in plan.
He told BBC Radio 5 Live: "At the moment, our plan is to fight Pulev in June or July, then fight Fury or whoever the WBC belt is at the time. If the Pulev fight can't happen, we might end up seeing that fight. [against Fury] happen later this year.
"It wouldn't be ideal for AJ's boxing in December to have been gone for a whole year getting into a fight like this, but I don't think he would have a problem with that."
Joshua won a rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr. in Saudi Arabia last December to recover his WBA, IBF and WBO strips.