Anthony Joshua threw down the gauntlet to Deontay Wilder after taking the latest step on his road to the undisputed heavyweight title, telling the WBC champion he was 'down to ride whenever, wherever' and would 'knock him spark out'.
Joshua added Joseph Parker's WBO strap to his IBA and WBA titles with a unanimous points victory in Cardiff before claiming all he needed to do to beat Wilder would be to 'get him in the ring, I'll knock him spark out.'
He said: 'Are you asking me if I want to become undisputed champion of the world? IBO, IBF, WBA, WBO – 21 professional fights, six world titles fights. Does that not show how good I'm going? Forget the hype, I'm about business, let's get the business done.'