Jared Anderson Sparred Tyson Fury And Wants A World Title In Fewer Fights Than Anthony Joshua Did

Heavyweight Jared Anderson Sparred Tyson Fury And Wants A World Title In Fewer Fights Than Anthony Joshua Did

There is a buzz in the heavyweight division at the moment and it seems that the future of the weight class is also in good hands at the moment.

There is no doubt that Jared ‘Big Baby’ Jared Anderson is one of the most exciting young fighters in boxing’s glamour division, with a perfect record so far of 11 fights, 11 wins, and 11 knockouts in the process.

The 22-year-old has yet to face an opponent who has lasted more than six rounds against him. In fact, eight of his 11 knockouts have occurred within the first two rounds of the fight.

Heavyweight Jared Anderson Sparred Tyson Fury And Wants A World Title In Fewer Fights Than Anthony Joshua Did

At the age of eight, Jared Anderson began boxing because he was acting out at school and fighting with his classmates, but it wasn’t until he understood the financial and other benefits that came from boxing that he decided to dedicate himself to it.

As early as the age of 15, Jared Anderson realized he had the potential to be a talented boxer and that boxing could be a viable career choice for him.

In the following years, he has gone on to dominate the heavyweight division, even drawing comparisons to Muhammad Ali by his promoter, Bob Arum, although Jared Anderson himself would rather not be compared to anyone in the world.

As Jared Anderson told talkSPORT, “I’m not a fan of it, to be honest,” he said. “I want to be the person I am.

“I respect him, and I’m happy that people are comparing me to him, but I want to be me, and I want to be the very best version of me that I can be.”

After gaining recognition in the boxing world, Jared Anderson was invited to join Tyson Fury’s training camp as a sparring partner, and the American was able to learn a lot working with the ‘Gypsy King’.

Anderson has said about Fury that he was “a great guy, a great dude.”. According to Anderson, “I am very grateful to him for having me out in camp, and I would love to be in camp again with him in the future.”.

There is no need to worry about Anderson’s next fight, as he will take on Miljan Rovcanin (24-2, with 16 KO’s) on Saturday night on the undercard of Jose Pedraza vs Richard Commey in the main event on Saturday night.

There is no doubt in my mind that I am going to win, and I am confident in my abilities, so I don’t expect the fight to last long. Adding to what Anderson had said, Anderson said, “I do not see this fight going all the way to the end.”.

“I don’t really know much about [Rovcanin], but I know he has been stopped before and I know I can stop him as well.”

Assuming Anderson is successful in this fight, he will have a number of fighters on his radar, including Filip Hrgovic, Carlos Takam, Arslanbek Makhmudov, and even a fellow exciting youngster in the form of Daniel Dubois from Great Britain.

Having said that, Anderson’s ultimate goal is to win himself a world title in the next year, and he believes that he will be ready to do so by then.

After only 16 fights, Anthony Joshua became the world champion, and Anderson believes he has what it takes to equal that if not better it.

“Without a doubt,” Anderson replied to the question. Despite the fact that I would love the opportunity, I don’t see that happening right now unless they start retiring, but I do hope that comes to pass eventually.”