Josh Taylor says he has yet to demonstrate his full potential. Josh believes he will produce a “career-best performance” to vanquish Jose Ramirez.
All four light-welterweight world titles will be on the line in Las Vegas on Saturday. The winner will become only the fifth man in history to become undisputed world champion in the four-belt era.
Taylor said, “I think the [YouTubers] should maybe do their own sort of setups and their own fights or shows because they are making an absolute mockery of the sport.
“They are making it an absolute circus. Which is very frustrating for fighters like myself and other top contenders who have given their whole life and soul to this fighting game.”
“These guys are making a mockery of it. Acting like they are real fighters and doing all this circus WWE stuff. They are setting up confrontations and things like that.”
“This isn’t the wrestling game, this is a sport and they are disrespecting it that way. I think they should go and do their own thing.”
WBA and IBF champion Taylor, 30, has the opportunity to become Scotland’s second undisputed world champion.
While much of the build-up has centered on a theme of mutual respect. The fighters shared an intense first face-to-face at Thursday’s press conference, with the pair involved in a later scuffle outside.
Despite being a favorite with the bookies. Taylor knows he’ll be facing one of the toughest tests of his career when he stands across from 26-0 Ramirez.
The pair will meet at the Virgin Hotels in Las Vegas with a crowd of 3,000 incredibly fortunate fight fans in attendance. The super lightweight bout promises to be historic regardless of the outcome.
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