Wembley hero Joshua 10-1 to face Fury next
Klitschko rematch 5-1 after classic showdown
British boxing betting records were broken as Anthony Joshua stopped Wladimir Klitschko in the 11th round of a thrilling fight on Saturday but fans hoping for a rematch of the Wembley classic may be left disappointed.
Ladbrokes offer 5-1 that Klitschko takes up his option for a rematch by fighting Joshua next, while there is a big price difference on the potential for an all-British fight with Tyson Fury to be next on AJ's agenda.
Hills are 10-1 that bout comes next for Joshua (it is as short as 4-1 elsewhere) after Fury was called out by the IBF and WBA heavyweight champion following his Wembley triumph.
Fury tweeted: "Challenge accepted. We will give the world the biggest fight in 500 years. I will play with u. You are a boxers dream."
The fight has already been priced with bet365 making Joshua 4-6 favourite with Fury the slight underdog at 6-5 and the same firm rate AJ a 2-7 favourite in the event of a rematch with Klitschko, who is
3-1 with Hills.
Joshua had been 4-9 to win Saturday's showdown at Wembley and went 1-11 with bet365 after knocking Klitschko to the canvas in the fifth round but during a brutal sixth round the 27-year-old drifted out to 6-5 and then 6-1 after he hit the deck.
Ladbrokes rate Joshua 2-1 to hold all four heavyweight belts at the same time before the start of 2020 and Coral go 9-4 he is the undisputed champion by the end of 2018.
Joshua is 1-20 with Coral to beat WBO champion Joseph Parker and 2-5 should he take on WBC champion Deontay Wilder.
Wherever Joshua goes next there is likely to be huge fuss after his heroic performance in front of a sell-out crowd and the 2012 Olympic champion is a short-priced favourite to be crowned the BBC Sports Personality of the year at 2-5.