British heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua is preparing for his next fight within the next three months following his victory over Jermaine Franklin on Saturday. Joshua, who secured his first win in over two years with his victory over Franklin, expressed his enthusiasm to get back in the ring and “get the ball rolling” with his next opponent.

During an interview with the BBC’s One Show, Joshua stated that he was “not too happy” with his failure to knock out Franklin but was happy to secure the win and engage with the public. Joshua also stressed the significance of this victory under his new coach Derrick James, whom he appointed in February. He stated that it was crucial to continue training with James and build on the momentum from his latest win.

Although Joshua has yet to confirm his next opponent, he did express his interest in fighting Tyson Fury, the current WBC heavyweight champion. Joshua referred to Fury as the “pot of gold” for him and his fans are eagerly anticipating news of a potential matchup between the two heavyweight champions.

Joshua’s latest victory over Franklin has provided him with the confidence to fight again soon, and fans can expect to see him back in the ring within the next few months. His determination to get back in action and his desire to face off against top opponents like Fury is a testament to his status as one of the world’s top heavyweight boxers