ANTHONY JOSHUA says he’s “lethal severe” about combating former heavyweight champion of the world Tyson Fury and he needs to “knock his block off.”
The IBF, IBO and WBA heavyweight champ was responding to Fury saying he needs his first struggle again to be in opposition to him.
Talking to iFL TV, AJ stated: “I feel he’s sensible, give him two fights and other people will realise how boring he’s once more.
“I’m lethal severe about combating him, I’m lethal severe too and I see a severe man, when he’s reaching out and I’m reaching out we’re each severe about getting this struggle on.”
Joshua stated his aggressive aspect says he needs to “knock his block off”.
He added: “One aspect of me I’m supporting him getting again – no matter he wants, if he wants any help let’s do it, however on the opposite aspect as a competitor – I need to knock his block off.”
Joshua believes the struggle wouldn’t be an issue to make with Fury regardless of Eddie Hearn and Frank Warren not being on the very best of phrases.
He thinks one of many essential points will probably be the place the struggle will probably be broadcast.
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The Watford man stated: “That’s not a Frank Warren or Eddie Hearn state of affairs that’s a broadcast state of affairs.
“So the straightforward stumbling block there may be who will present the struggle first – who will get the reside stream.
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“We could do it from your YouTube channel and then we squash all problems
But more pressing for AJ is his unification scrap against New Zealand boxer and WBO champ Joseph Parker.
The two will meet at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on March 31 fighting for the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight titles.