Joshua set for record Klitschko showdown
Anthony Joshua's heavyweight trail of destruction continued when he blew away IBF title challenger Eric Molina inside three rounds to set up a showdown with Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley on April 29.
Promoter Eddie Hearn is hoping to persuade the authorities to stretch Wembley to its full 90,000 capacity - an attendance that would match the record set by light-heavyweights Len Harvey and Jock McAvoy at White City in 1939.
"The fight will hopefully be for the WBA, IBF and Ring Magazine belts," Hearn said.
Joshua, employing a high guard as he advanced on Molina, patiently waited for his opportunity to floor the Texan with a right hand.
Molina got up at the count of eight after being poleaxed in his corner but was finished by a flurry of heavy blows.
Dillian Whyte clinched a split-decision victory over Dereck Chisora in their heavyweight grudge match.
Whyte secured verdicts of 115-114 and 115-113 on two cards, while Chisora edged the third by a point after a close and explosive contest.