Taking after a shocking sixth-round knockout over Dillian Whyte before 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium in Britain, the 33-year-old heavyweight winner affirmed he has authoritatively resigned, moving his record to 32-0-1 with the win. “Before I battled Deontay More out of control [the third time], I was at my house in Vegas, and I said to [my spouse] Paris, ‘This is planning to be the final fight, Wrath said at the post-fight press conference. “I fair don’t need to do it any longer. She said, ‘Yes, I’m cheerful, let it be the final fight.’ Then after the battle I said to her within the shower, I said, ‘It’s unquestionably the final battle. There’s no more of this.’ I was happy with that choice, and I get a call from Straight to the point [Warren] saying we will do a homecoming battle at Wembley and I said to Paris, ‘I’ve ought to go one more time. I’ve ought to get the ancient boots out again.’ It was a extreme choice, since I was cheerful being resigned.
Whereas he’s capped off his boxing career with no plans to touch his unblemished record, Wrath still plans to seek after a few fun battles counting a potential standoff with UFC heavyweight winner Francis Ngannou, who joined him within the right fair minutes after his win over Whyte. Ngannou has been calling for a battle against Anger for very a few time, and with his UFC contract anticipated to come to an conclusion at the near of 2022, he might finally be accessible to create it happen. It’s a matchup Anger needs, and he’s willing to meet Ngannou beneath a uncommon set of rules that would indeed the playing field for both of them. “I will not run the show out presentations, for sure,” Wrath said around his future. “Get a few of that Floyd Mayweather cash. I need to have fun. I’m an engaging. I engage, that’s what I do best. I need to have fun.