Anthony Joshua will be making his American boxing debut when he takes on Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller at Madison Square Garden on June 1st. The fight will be to defend his multiple titles and according to his promoter Eddie Hearn, Joshua wants a crack at the winner of the Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury rematch. Of course, Fury and Wilder tied a while back an a rematch is currently in the works.

"We 100% want the winner. Joshua wants to be the undisputed champion," Hearn explained to TMZ Sports. "He has 4 world heavyweight belts. He's missing 1. And, that's the missing link. And, that's everything that he wants."

As for the date, well Hearn is actually hoping that this all takes place in 2019. At this point, the sooner the better it seems.

"Those two will fight, I think. And then hopefully Joshua deals with Jarrell Miller, and then it happens later this year," Hearn said. "You're gonna get all these fights. This isn't about June 1. This is about a legacy. This is about another 5, 6 years of him trying to dominate the division, and I personally believe he will go through everybody."

How do you think Joshua would stack up against any of these fighters?