Tyson Fury's trainer insists the newly-crowned heavyweight world champion will not change his tactics for a potential clash with Anthony Joshua.
Fury stunned Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas 10 days ago by adopting an aggressive front-foot style to dominate the American and relieve him of his world title.
Much of the credit for the Brit's change of tactics went to new trainer SugarHill Steward who took over from Ben Davison just two months before the rematch.
Should Fury overcome Wilder for a second time in their trilogy fight this summer, and if Joshua defends his belts against Kubrat Pulev, the two domestic rivals could clash late this year for all four belts.
And Hill sees no reason why Fury should change his tactics.
"Why do anything different?" he told Sky Sports. "This is what I believe in wholeheartedly, the Kronk style.
"So many guys have won with that style. It is a proven method over decades and thousands of successful fights, it isn’t just something that has been made up.
"We will find out when that fight is made. Nobody has to believe us. It isn’t about talking, it’s about actions."
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