DEONTAY WILDER is plotting a blockbuster boxing return with his eyes on Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk.
The American faces ex-sparring partner Robert Helenius on October 15, which will be his first bout in a year.
Wilder is yet to return since losing in round 11 of his epic trilogy fight against Fury in October 2021.
But the former WBC world heavyweight champion will waste no time in targeting the big names on his comeback trail.
He told EsNEWS: "I'll fight them all. We'll see, the future is bright. The king is back.
"Ain't no excitement going through unless I'm here. We've tried to prove that many times, and we have.
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"That's why I'm back by popular demand."
Wilder, 36, is currently in Las Vegas with head coach Malik Scott, training for his return fight against Helenius, 38.
Promoter Eddie Hearn is now eyeing a fight between the Bronze Bomber and Joshua, 32, after AJ lost his rematch to Usyk.
Meanwhile the Ukrainian, 35, is now set to face Fury, 34, in a first ever four-belt heavyweight unification bout.
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Wilder reacted: “I think Fury will be too big for him.
“He just uses his size all the time, no matter what, and a lot of other things.
"I think Usyk’s too small, that’s my opinion. I think Usyk has a stamina problem as well.
"You saw with Joshua, if Joshua had enough stamina it’d probably be a different result.”
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