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Last night David Price gave what his promoter Frank Malony described as a "demolition job" on Sam Sexton, flooring his heavyweight opponent three times in four rounds. By doing that, Price extended his unbeaten record and became one of the most talked-about fighters in Britain. Let's have a look at what's next for the Liverpool-born star.

First up, it should be noted that Price needs three wins to claim the British heavyweight title outright, and he has said that doing so is his immediate ambition. That means two things: 1) his next opponent will be British, and 2) he needs to be coming off a winning run. Who does that leave us with?

Richard Towers (13-0-0  10KOs)
Towers is undefeated after thirteen fights, and he's gaining some media attention. He'd be the obvious choice for Price's next opponent because it would be undefeated prospect vs undefeated prospect. Towers is fighting on June 16th for the EBU-EU belt, so unless Price wants to wait a little longer for his next fight, Towers is unlikely.

Matt Skelton (27-6-0  22KOs)
He's one of the top five heavyweights in Britain and he's won his last four fights in a row. That makes him a prime candidate for the belt, but Skelton is 45 years old and may not want to get in the ring with a 6'8 prospect who demolished his last two opponents. That said, Maloney and co may make Skelton a good enough offer to get him in the ring.

Ali Adams (13-3-1  5KOs)
Ali Adams actually lost to Matt Skelton back in 2010, but since then he's gone 4-0 against journeymen opponents. He is due to fight Audley Harrison next Saturday, and if he makes it five wins in a row I'd put him in as the prime candidate to face Price next. Also in Adams' favour is that his next fight is so close to Price's, meaning that they could schedule a mutually agreeable date in the not-to-distant future.

So there you go, by use of dodgy logic and guesswork we're saying that David Price will fight Ali Adams next.