Ukraine's Oleksandr Usyk extended his undefeated record with a unanimous points win over Dereck Chisora on Saturday, ending the British fighter's possible last shot at a world heavyweight title.
AllNews understands that Oleksandr's win put him well placed to challenge Anthony Joshua for one of his belts.
Eight years after losing to Vitali Klitschko in his only attempt to become heavyweight champion, Chisora struggled against the 2012 Olympic gold medallist Usyk.
The Ukrainian, a former undisputed cruiserweight champion, has won all 18 of his professional fights.
"Chisora a big guy, a hard guy. I was expecting a fight like that, I was expecting a tougher fight."
"My plan is to go to my home, the maximum time with my family. Training and improving myself."
Asked what his future holds inside the ring, Usyk replied: "Not just world champion, the undisputed world champion is my aim."
The undefeated record now put him a mandatory challenger for one of Anthony Joshua's belts after his 117-112, 115-113, and 115-113 win.