British boxer Joe Joyce said that he is ready to fight with the ex-heavyweight world champion Deontay Wilder.
"This is a big fight. I would love to fight Wilder in Las Vegas. American fans know who I am. I train in Vegas. It would be interesting to hold this match in the future. He clearly has phenomenal strength. It would be a fantastic fight that everyone was talking about."
"Obviously, I'm in a good position as the interim WBO champion. This means that I can become a full-fledged champion very soon, if Usyk does not want to fight me. If anyone wants to fight me, call me, I'm ready."
It will be recalled that Joyce knocked out Joseph Parker and became the WBO interim heavyweight champion. After defeating Parker, Joyce challenged Oleksandr Usyk to a fight.
In November, the WBC will sanction a fight between two ex-world champions, Andy Ruiz and Deontay Wilder. The winner of the fight will become the next mandatory challenger for the WBC heavyweight title held by Tyson Fury.
Wilder defeated Finn Robert Helenius by knockout in the first round in October. After the fight, Deontay offered to fight WBA/WBO/IBF/IBO World Heavyweight Champion Oleksandr Usyk.