Boxing Court: “I’m going to get through this fight, get into a mandatory position, and I’m going to take whoever has a belt at the moment,” he said. Prior to his upcoming fight on October 16, Hughie Fury gives caution to his heavyweight opponents.
Hughie Fury has stated that he will fight “anyone has a belt” and that being a world heavyweight champion is his “destiny.”
On October 16, Fury fights Christian Hammer, who knocked out David Price, in a full bill at Utilita Arena in Newcastle.
Hughie Fury believes he can swiftly emerge as a championship challenger, despite the fact that his cousin Tyson Fury is the WBC champion and Anthony Joshua now has three world titles.
“This team will get me where I need to be,” Fury stated, referring to his promotional contract with BOXXER.
“I couldn’t get the bouts before. Now I’m confident that I’ll be able to obtain them.
“‘These are the fights I want,’ I told Hammer right away.
“He’s a seasoned combatant. I enjoy a good fight, I’m not frightened of a challenge, and I’ll fight anyone.
“I might have had easier fights, but I’m looking for someone who will fight back and challenge me.
“I believe I will be crowned global champion. It is my destiny to reach the pinnacle.
“All I want to do is win the global championship.
“I want those belts from whoever has them.” I’m going to finish this fight, get into a mandatory position, and take whoever has a belt at the moment.”
On October 9, Tyson Fury defends his WBC title against Deontay Wilder, while Anthony Joshua defends his IBF, WBA, and WBO titles against Oleksandr Usyk on September 25.
Hughie Fury, who is still just 26, sees his three losses (against Joseph Parker, Kubrat Pulev, and Alexander Povetkin) as a learning experience as a result of turning professional at the age of 18.
“If you can fight, you can fight,” he said. I’m not scared to go toe-to-toe with anyone. It’s not about keeping track of things; it’s about learning.
“It used to be a boy versus man situation.
“Now that I’ve discovered myself, it’ll be a different tale.
“Get the correct fights, no matter who it is, and get those titles,” says the fighter.
On a previous trip to the United Kingdom, Hammer defeated David Price, and in a points loss to Luis Ortiz, he shown his toughness.
However, Fury has issued a warning: “I’m not here to play games any longer, and people will notice.
“If I’m going to knock him out, I’m going to knock him out completely.
“People will notice it because it will be dominant.
“I don’t take these battles lightly; I’ve put everything I’ve got into the gym, and now it’s time to get serious.
“I’m approaching my prime, and people will notice.”
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