Heavyweight contender Dillian Whyte has landed a spot on the colossal Andy Ruiz Jr vs. Anthony Joshua 2 World title rematch taking place at the Diriyah Arena in Saudi Arabia on Saturday December 7, shown live on Sky Sports Box Office in the United Kingdom and DAZN in the US.
Anthony Joshua's ring-walk is scheduled for approximately 8.30pm next Saturday, for the rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr.
Former World Title Poleador, the Polish has demonstrated his toughness by taking Wladimir Klitschko and Alexander Povetkin to later rounds, but Whyte believes his aggressive style will destroy Wach's resistance. "It's tough to pick a victor, neither result would surprise me", said Smith.to Sky Sports. Anthony Joshua believes that he won't hang up his boxing gloves any time soon since he enjoys the sport.
"I think having that will of wanting to win and wanting to bounce back helped me a lot, but after I knocked him down I was like, "F*** yeah man, I'm in the game"".
"I swear I'll fight till I'm 50".
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The defender, though, then conceded a needless penalty when he caught Joselu in the face with his trailing arm, and Lucas Perez equalised from the spot.
"You know me, I come with maximum violence". I'm coming to start work.
With less than a month to the much anticipated fight, Joshua said he would want the whole world to bow down for him when he defeats Ruiz.
"Either by the blows to the body, or the tenacity, or it is only the pure aggression that I will bring". I won't be there laughing and doing all this stuff from & # 39; Bomb Squad & # 39;. He is just a tall basketball player from Alabama who worked at McDonald's.
Whyte claimed the & # 39; interim & # 39; title of the WBC with a points win over Oscar Rivas in July, but was forced to wait for Wilder, who defended his WBC belt with a dramatic seventh round by Luis Ortiz last weekend.
"What mature man goes around screaming when I call & # 39; Bomb Squad & # 39; I change into my alter ego and someone else, that's nonsense".