British heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has predicted Deontay Wilder would destroy Anthony Joshua if the pair ever met.
Fury - who defeated the American for a second time inside the distance to retain his WBC title in Las Vegas to end an epic trilogy battle - will face Dillian Whyte next.
Planet Sport has been told it will take place on April 23 with Wembley Stadium poised to host the domestic dust-up.
Joshua is preparing to face Oleksandr Usyk in a rematch this year and if he can avenge his defeat, he'll become a three-time heavyweight ruler.
It stopped any chance of determining the first undisputed champion in the division since Lennox Lewis next - as well as the collapse of an all-British showdown between Fury and Joshua for this year.
Usyk - now a two-division world champion - could face Fury in the second half of 2022 as long as both win their upcoming fights.
At one stage, Joshua was in talks to face Wilder in a heavyweight unification clash only for it to stall in 2017 and 2018. Between them, they held all four major world titles.
Fury, a long-term arch-rival of Joshua, has backed 'the Bronze Bomber' to win if he and AJ ever come to blows.
"I'd say @BronzeBomber would KO the bum inside 3 rounds," Fury wrote, backing Wilder to finish "AJ".