The American champions don't mind beating Anthony Joshua
While there is less and less time left until December 10th, the managers of the British boxer Anthony Joshua are constantly looking for a worthy contender for their own star ward. And it seems that the process will soon be a success, as two boxers have announced their intentions to beat pro and Olympic champion Anthony.
The first of them is 34-year-old Eric Molina. It is with the headquarters of the American-Mexican athlete and, in conjunction, the WBC Champion and the IBF Inter-Continental Heavyweight Champion, that is currently being negotiated by Anthony Joshua's managers. Eric himself is very hopeful that the battle with the British will still happen, as the American "loves such challenges" and "is not going to fear another rival." According to Molina, the heavyweight will be fully ready for battle with Anthony in two weeks.
32-year-old American Bryant Jennings said more about his willingness to fight Joshua. According to the USBA Champion, he is planning to fight the British in the near future, so he thinks December 10th is the best time to do so. In addition, Jennings spoke to Anthony saying that the United States "loves and understand boxing no less than in the UK", making the 27-year-old professional "finally have time to swim across the ocean."
Interestingly, from Jennings' point of view, "top fighters should only fight top fighters." Therefore, the American is ready to accept this challenge.