Oh yeah, absolutely. But I just think too many people write off boxers as having a glass chin in heavyweight boxing. Where the boxers are larger than the average man, there's always going to be some bangs along the way provided the opponent knows how to punch.There's a big unknown / can't be known about AJ from that fight with Klitschko - the moment when AJ was slowly going down in the Sixth and Klitschko should have helped him on his way. It was noble of him not to but, had he, the fight was over.
That said, I respect Klitschko for not following up. It would have been very dangerous for AJ.
There are two fights though where different fighters have scrambled AJ's head, and taken his legs away. He came back in one, which was damned amazing.
Fury moves round the ring like no other, granted but I think if Joshua fights - like he did against Ruiz in the second fight - smart and keeping your opponent at distance, he could have a shout.
I saw someone post a comment earlier on a forum I use about how AJ had easy opponents for the first 15 fights of his career... I won't argue, he did - but so did Fury.
Either way, Britain has the two best Heavyweights in the world and no-one can argue with that.