I’ll bring you down in two rounds – Heavily-built Nigerian man challenges Anthony Joshua to boxing match (Video)

A well-built Nigerian man simply known as FBI has openly challenged former WBO champion, Anthony Joshua to a fight in the boxing ring.

He said he is still waiting for Joshua to agree to a date where the match will occur and he will be taken down in just two rounds.

Heavily-built Nigerian man challenges Anthony Joshua to boxing match

The powerful body builder threw the challenge to the British-Nigerian professional boxer in a video making the rounds on social media. FBI demonstrated the power of his punch by training with a trailer tyre and lifting it into the air.

He said; “Joshua, I am still waiting for you. I believe that the message I delivered has gotten to you. I am waiting for you, just give me the date, I’m gonna show you. Me FBI, I will put you down in two rounds.”

Watch the video:

Meanwhile, in another news…

CorrectNG reported earlier how Swedish boxer, Otto Wallin admitted that his British counterpart, Anthony Joshua is a tougher opponent than WBC champion Tyson Fury.

He praised Joshua after his devastating loss to the former WBO champio last December, which saw the 33-year-old drop out after just five rounds.

Wallin said in an interview with Boxing News; “I know that he is one of the best fighters out there. I really have no excuses, he was just better. He did really well, used his reach well, and he hit me with some really good shots.

He was just better. I think he had a good game plan. He felt like a very good fighter, and obviously, it was a much tougher fight than what I had with Tyson Fury. Maybe he’s found his home with Ben Davison.”

Wallin’s nose was dripping blood after round five, and his long-time coach, Joey Gamache, made the bold decision to pull his fighter out early. He didn’t dispute the call at the time, and he still feels his trainer did the right thing.

“I didn’t disagree (with the stoppage), Joey told me, ‘I’m going to stop it.’ And I didn’t say anything. I trust Joey, he is always looking out for me. I feel very happy that I have a trainer who puts my health first. There’s a life after boxing, so I’m really appreciative that he is looking out for me,” he said.