Williams was component of the All Blacks aspect that arrived 3rd in rugby union's new Planet Cup, and days afterwards he was unveiled as arguably the major signing in Tremendous League historical past, becoming a member of transatlantic side Toronto Wolfpack.
Gallen's fight with Williams had been conditional on him keeping an undefeated record but last night the new Toronto player opened the door to fight Hall if he pulled off an unlikely win.
"It's great what Toronto have done and what they're trying to achieve, ' Williams said".
"Before the World Cup I was intending on staying in New Zealand for maybe one more year", Williams told reporters at a press conference at London's Emirates Stadium today.
"It might have been that [final] week on the training paddock Shag as he does comes up to you 'hey how you going cobber is this news right?' I just told him I haven't sat down yet with the coaches but I'm talking to them and if it all goes well it looks like it'll be coming to fruition and I'll be signing".
"Barry has been out of the ring since he was 18 and he's 42 now".
He says: "Mecca is so special, seeing the Kaaba for the first time and then experiencing the serenity and calmness of Medina".
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Sonny Bill Williams is determined to "turn some heads" with Toronto Wolfpack after revealing he took "stick" from team-mates over another cross-code switch.
Sonny Bill Williams is keen to get back in the boxing ring. "Gal has been fighting consistently for the last two years so that probably gives him the advantage but boxing is a fickle old sport so we'll see how it goes".
Williams, who won premierships with Canterbury and the Roosters, had meant to stay in Super Rugby with Auckland Blues in 2020 and there had been some contact from NRL clubs about his future plans.
"Obviously with my catch-up with (coach) Brian McDermott [I wanted to hear] about his philosophy on how to play the game of rugby league".
McDermott said the club had signed a "world class global player". "Who knows what success looks like for Toronto but it's exciting to be part of it and unlike anything I've experienced before". He described the dinner as the pair machine gunning each other with questions. "It all lined up and as a man of faith I thought it was just meant to be".
"I made contact with a couple of the Australian players (at Toronto) and by all accounts it's different and there are challenges", he said. "(He said) I need to earn the respect of everyone at the club before I become what you think you've signed up".
The Wolfpack, who next year play in the Super League for the first time after two promotions in three seasons since first playing professionally in the United Kingdom in 2017, are bankrolled by Canadian businessmen and Australian mining entrepreneur David Argyle.