' "It's something that I want to start progressing to.
"It's going to be interesting because we've seen Breazeale in a lot of wars.
"He's almost been taken out by some of the smaller heavyweights, he's been punched around, but he has always survived.
"We've seen Joshua has also been busted up as well, but he has kept his composure, and this fight is in his backyard among his people."I think that it'll be a good fight because of Breazeale - I think he really wants it."Watch Anthony Joshua vs Dominic Breazeale live on Sky Sports Box Office from The O2, June 25.
- Dla mnie Główka wychodzi dziś z Lebiediewem, Bellew i robi ich przed czasem do jednej bramki, jestem tego pewny, ale niestety wiedziałem, że z Usykiem, zawodnikiem, który jest bardzo lotny na nogach, który, miałem nadzieję, nie ma teoretycznie tak dobrej obrony, ale wiedział, że z Główką nie będzie przelewek, wiedział, że tam jest mocna bomba, [będą problemy] - powiedział Artur Szpilka, oceniając przegraną walkę Krzysztofa Głowackiego (26-1, 16 KO) z Oleksandrem Usykiem (10-0, 9 KO). A tak to rundy były wyrównane, raz Główka, raz Usyk, raz remis. Może w tej walce mógłbym się przyczepić do jednej lub dwóch rund.
Tyson Fury stormed the ring after Deontay Wilder 's win over Artur Szpilka as a heavyweight showdown draws closer.
Wilder continued his unbeaten record with a ninth round KO over the Pole in New York to retain the WBC title. But after the bout Fury, who holds the WBA and WBO belts, crashed the ring to confront his American rival After singing "there's only one Tyson Fury", the Brit got within inches of Wilder's face and cried: "Anytime, anyplace, anywhere." The unbeaten American hit back: "You can run around like a preacher, but I will baptize you! " With a unification bout seemingly on the cards, Wilder suggested he would be willing to fight Fury in Britain. The Pole eventually opened his eyes as officials before he was taken to hospital as a precaution. When you do step in that ring with me I promise you I will baptize you. But after working his way in, the American delivered a stunning right hand in the ninth to leave Szpilka unconscious on the canvas. Make the date Tyson, I promise you.” Szpilka took the opening rounds at the Barclays Center, with the unbeaten Wilder seemingly taken aback by the Pole's southpaw stance.