Dillian Whyte is a "top choice" to confront Anthony Joshua at Wembley in April, with Dereck Chisora on the rundown of three individuals for the following British heavyweight coordinate in December.
Joshua is right now planning to guard his 'super' WBA title, his IBF and WBO against Alexander Povetkin at the national stadium on September 22, remaining at the Sky Sports Box Office, and Whyte can get his shot at the unified bosses one year from now after a sensational prevail upon Joseph Parker in July.
Promoter Eddie Hearn demanded Joshua declined to see Russia's risky challenger past, yet a rematch with Whyte had developed as the no doubt decision for his first title barrier on the planet in 2019 after WBC champion Deontay Wilder directed his concentration toward battling Tyson Fury.
"As it is now, he is [Whyte] favorite, because Wilder will not communicate with us, or his team," said Hearn.
"At the moment, [Wilder's] battle seems impossible, because how can we make it, if they don't want to answer?"
Whyte is expected to fight again at the end of the year, with a rematch against the preferred Chisora, although Hearn also considers Dominic Breazeale and Jarrell Miller as potential opponents.
"Of the three, it is a fight that the British open needs," said Hearn.
"I thought Chisora had a rematch, sincerely. He appeared to complete against [Agit] Kabayel and afterward he created an execution against [Carlos] Takam from the divine beings. How might you deny him an opportunity to rematch?
Dereck Chisora said Whyte prevented him from hauling out a test in the ring - and needed to complete the opposition in the rematch.
"What Dillian must choose is, whether we sign that Joshua battled after Povetkin's fight for Dillian, what sort of fight did he need between? Does he need a hazardous fight?
"Possibly along these lines, yet I would love to take him to America, give him keep running there before the April battle."
Whyte just spotlights on the following planned battle, notwithstanding discussing another showdown with Joshua, and will happily impart a ring to Chisora, Breazeale or Miller.
"AJ's fight is a probability, however around then it was just a plausibility," Whyte disclosed to Sky Sports.
"This is unverifiable, there is no 'yes it must be'. My next battle is an unmistakable date, so I center around the correct date, and hold up to perceive what originates from AJ's fight and on the off chance that it comes.
"One of them three was a major battle, and they all contended energetically. One of them, I would be content with.
"He and I [Chisora] went to war. Truly, I can comprehend [public demand], however everybody needs to recollect this is business. We will keep a watch out on the off chance that it is justified, despite all the trouble for me and for him, on the grounds that occasionally cash and cash averts.
"I truly need to battle with him and dispose of him. We'll see."
Gotten some information about Breazeale, Whyte included: "In the event that he doesn't battle Wilder, or AJ, I'm the following cash man, so obviously he's extremely intrigued.
"When I needed to battle him a year ago, he wasn't intrigued, correct? Presently everything has changed. I have turned out to be one of the greater ones in the heavyweight division, so everybody needs to battle now."
Watch Anthony Joshua defend his world heavyweight title against Alexander Povetkin at Wembley Stadium on September 22.