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Who do the bookmakers think Anthony Joshua will fight next?

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Boxing was shocked by the news that American heavyweight contender Jarrell Miller had failed a drugs test, putting him out of the Anthony Joshua fight at  Madison Square Garden, New York.

‘Big Baby’ was informed by VADA they had found traces of GW1516 in a routine urine sample.

Eddie Hearn now has been tasked with the job of finding a boxer to fill the void left behind by Miller.

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According to Sky bet Andy Ruiz, 29, is the favourite to step in the ring against ‘AJ’. He boasts a record of 32 wins with just one defeat coming at the hands of Joseph Parker – A fighter Joshua has already defeated.

Fight fans would love to see a Joshua-Whyte rematch, but at 40/1 it doesn’t look likely we will see the pair share the ring in Anthony Joshua’s next fight.

Whether your disappointed with the Miller fiasco or agree with the below list, one things for sure when Anthony Joshua is on show, it makes for a fantastic night of boxing regardless of who he fights.

Here are the latest odds from Sky Bet:

Andy Ruiz Jr 4/6

Michael Hunter 6/5

Trevor Bryan 8/1

Luis Ortiz 9/1

Manuel Charr 12/1

Wladamir Klitschko 18/1

Dereck Chisora 22/1

Joseph Parker 22/1

Adam Kownacki 25/1

Oleksandr Usyk 25/1

Bryant Jennings 33/1

Joe Joyce 33/1

Oscar Rivas 33/1

Deontay Wilder 40/1

Dillian Whyte 40/1

Hughie Fury 40/1

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