Joe Joyce Claims Joshua ‘Didn’t Want A Fight’ After Making Fight Offer
Joe Joyce’s Ringtones walk music Now that’s obviously true when it comes to the other heavyweights in the division – he says they don’t want a fight with the Big Juggernaut.
Fans were quick to praise Joyce after his performance against Joseph Parker. The knockout round 11 win seems to have opened many eyes to a big man’s potential as a world championship contender – although many will tell you they were above. hype train.
But, while fans may want to see more of Joyce, others in the department might not – The interim WBO Champion is a rough night at the office for any boxer. So much so that he believes Anthony Joshua and his team don’t like it. He told Metro about his tweet offer to join and fight ‘AJ’ when Tyson Fury talks broke down.
“I hoped. I put a few tweets out there. I went fishing wondering if they would bite and if the fight would come to fruition. They don’t want a war with The Juggernaut. “
“I guess now we’ll just have to wait and see how things play out. I’m going back to Las Vegas, picking up my training camp and having my next game around March, we’ll see who’s who then. It is getting interesting. By the time the case is resolved, I could be the heavyweight champion by then and I’ll have something else to offer. “
If Fury and AJ don’t fight then I’ll step in. December 3rd is very tight for me @Tyson_Furybut @EddieHearn you can call your new best mate @frankwarren_tv and I’ll take 17th place with AJ.
The battle is easy to make!
️ #THEJUGGERNAUT 👊🏾 https://t.co/GKK91DrCHQ
– Joe Joyce (@JoeJoyceBoxing) October 1, 2022
It won’t be long until a fight is made for Joyce without him doing any ‘fishing’ action. His interim title made him mandatory for a hit at the WBO belt, currently held by Oleksandr Usyk. The Ukrainians are eyeing an undisputed showdown with Furybut the time will come when ‘Juggernaut’s call must be answered.
As for Anthony Joshua, his December 17 date has yet to be officially announced, and even looks like it will be pushed to early 2023. An opponent has yet to be named, although it seems safe to say say it’s not Joe Joyce.