Warren: "The Joshua-Dubois winner will come out on top in the Usyk-Fury rematch"

Anthony Joshua and Daniel Dubois. Getty Images
Anthony Joshua and Daniel Dubois. Getty Images

Frank Warren claims that even though the heavyweight division recently lost its first outright champion in 15 years after Oleksandr Usyk (22-0, 14 KOs) relinquished the IBF belt, the crown of absolute featherweight champion will soon find its owner again.

The winner of September's IBF title fight between Anthony Joshua (28-3, 25 KOs) and Daniel Dubois (21-2, 20 KOs) will face the best in next year's Usyk vs. Tyson Fury (34-1, 24 KOs) rematch, according to the head of Queensberry Promotions.

"Usyk will get a lot of money for the rematch. For him it's pure business and hence his position," Dubois and Fury's promoter told Sky Sports. - 'If he cared about the belts, he wouldn't give up the IBF title. He needs the money and a rematch would be a great event. The first fight was an even fight, so the second one will be even bigger."

"But no matter what happens, the winner of the fight on September 21 will come out as the winner of the Daniel fight and then he will face the winner of the Fury-Usyk fight and there will be four belts at stake again," Warren said.