Anthony Joshua is planning to put his middle finger up to the world and use the f-word if he defeats Andy Ruiz Jr.
The British heavyweight boxer has been the subject of intense criticism following his shock defeat to the Mexican-American last June.
But the former champion has claimed he will put his haters to silence when he reclaims all three titles on Saturday, December 8, in Saudi Arabia.
"When I win, I will be like, 'F**k everybody'," the Brit explained. "This is fighting. One loss doesn't take the spots off a cheetah. I came into boxing to fight, I didn't come to be a journeyman.
"I've been champion, I've been Olympic champion, I've been world silver medalist. You can't ask me about how I feel after a loss, you have to hold some regard to what we're doing in this boxing industry, that's probably where I'm coming a from.
"And that's where I listen now to what people say and it's like, 'Put some respect by our name'.
"We don't play games when it comes to boxing, we're serious and I now after I took the loss and I've had time to reflect, it's like, 'f***ing hell, I took this sh*t seriously'."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Anthony Joshua appears to be in good shape for his much-anticipated rematch with Andy Ruiz after the British-Nigerian born pugilist released a short clip of his training sessions which has him practicing weight lifting with teeth.
The heavyweight star was deposed of his championship in June with a shocking defeat to the Mexican champion.
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