Nigerian British Boxer Anthony Joshua insists that if he stepped into the ring with Tyson Fury there would only be one winner, and it wouldn’t be the new world heavyweight champion but himself.
A high-stakes unification bout with WBC champion Tyson Fury is in motion to take place in this summer.
The boxers and their respective teams have agreed on the bulk of the terms.
At the moment, they are reviewing the contracts for the site-free agreement, with the bout likely to hold in Saudi Arabia.
While waiting for a potential announcement, both champions are currently training and staying in shape.
Joshua is ready to do whatever is necessary to get himself in top form to overcome Fury.
One thing Joshua is ultra confident about, is his belief in being the number one fighter in the weight class.
“Am I excited? I ain’t excited, it is what it is,” Joshua told the skipper of his hometown club, Watford’s Troy Deeney, on the striker’s podcast.
“I’m getting ready to walk through a brick wall and nothing is getting in my way. I’m ready to go through whatever pain, torture, adversity I have to go through in order to win, that’s why I’m really looking forward to it.
“I know I’m the man of this division and I will be for a long time. I came through this game quick and the way I had to learn was through mistakes, on the public stage as well. I came into this game not to take part but to take over, I feel I’m on a different wavelength and frequency.
“I do it with a smile on my face but I’m dedicated to these things. Recapping over COVID I thought, man, I’ve put a lot into this and now I need to back myself.”
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