Champion: Tyson Fury (UK)
Title: WBO, WBA
Fury beat Klitschko, who was the man. He is the true heavy-weight champion of the world.
Rematches Fury on July 9 in Manchester. Previously ruled for a decade.
Record: 30-1-0 (22 KOs)
Won four on the spin since only loss to Klitschko. Solid resume, challenges Wilder on May 21 in Moscow.
Record: 36-0-0 (35 KOs)
Explosive but lacks quality foes. Best win over Bermane Stiverne. Povetkin will be a good yardstick.4. Luis Ortiz (CUB)
Record: 25-0-0 (22 KOs)
Known as ‘The Real King Kong’, the Cuban smashed Bryant Jennings to reach No1 in the WBA rankings. A serious threat.
Record: 16-0-0 (16KO)
Making it all look so easy. If he keeps winning he’ll become a global star.
Plans to fight Arnold Gjergjaj and then Shannon Briggs. That tells you he only really has eyes on a big pay day versus Joshua.
Record: 18-0-0 (16 KOs)
Untested Kiwi fights
Carlos Takam in an eliminator for a shot at Joshua’s IBF belt. Could well be an opponent in the near future.