talkSPORT brings you all the latest boxing news from Wednesday, November 13…
Deontay Wilder believes he is mentally stronger than heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua.
Both men are gearing up for rematches against Luis Ortiz and Andy Ruiz Jr respectively and Wilder, the WBC champion, feels he has the edge over Joshua in that department.
“He already got some sweet potato pie the first time, and now he’s coming back for seconds,” said the unbeaten Wilder, of Ortiz. “I’m ready to fill his mouth with it. That being said, he’s got November 23 in Vegas coming. Me and Anthony Joshua have a different mindset.
Fury is here
Tyson Fury, the Gypsy King himself, will join talkSPORT’s Breakfast show on Thursday.
Fresh from his WWE showdown in Saudi Arabia, Fury will be at talkSPORT’s London HQ to join Alan Brazil and Ally McCoist live in the studio.
The boxing heavyweight/ WWE Superstar will be talking about his new autobiography, Deontay Wilder and what the future holds for one of the most entertaining men in sports.
You have been warned
Michael Bisping admits he would be extremely excited to see Tyson Fury in the octagon against Francis Ngannou. However, the former UFC middleweight champion issued a warning for the lineal heavyweight champion before a potential switch to MMA.
But Bisping believes ‘The Predator’ would have a clear advantage if the two should ever meet in the UFC.