The Heavyweight Killer : A handful of excellent soundbites from the Toledo heavyweight who has suddenly dubbed himself a “killer” have contributed to the Jared Anderson hype train’s recent surge in popularity.
Since making his professional debut in 2019, “The Real Big Baby” has won all 14 of his fights in stunning ways with large knockouts. As a result of visa complications, unbeaten southpaw Zhan Kossobutskiy will be replaced by former IBF champion Charles Martin on July 1 in his second bout of the year. Martin is his most well-known opponent to date.
In an interview with FightHype, Anderson referred to himself as “the heavyweight killer” and pledged to eliminate anyone standing in his way of success.
“You know, I’m the heavyweight killer. We are stopping all of them, so let me expand on that. We are prepared to defeat everyone we must.
Anderson outlines the reasons behind his changing body shape when complimented on his figure.
“Because I’m keeping my weight, I’m chiselling up. I exercise regularly, maintain a healthy diet, and don’t have many bad days. Since I weigh 240 pounds, I can only picture how horrible it will be for the boxers who are confronting me.
Anderson has had a lot to say during the past week or two, from confessing he doesn’t care for boxing to crying during a motivational talk from Roy Jones Jr.
Nobody other than WBC champion Tyson Fury, who has sparred with Anderson after bringing him to the UK for training, has predicted that the American will one day rule boxing’s elite division.
Anderson will want to display his strength and easily dispose of another opponent in his quest for a world title this weekend when he competes in Toledo, Ohio, his birthplace for the first time in front of home supporters.