WBO junior welterweight champion Josh Taylor will search for a ton of restitution when he faces Jack Catterall in a rematch, which is focused on to occur in the principal quarter of 2023.
Back in February, Taylor prevailed upon a questionable twelve round split choice Catterall.
In that specific battle, Taylor was the ruling undisputed junior welterweight champion.
Nonetheless, to make the Catterall rematch a reality – he had to clear the WBC, WBA and IBF titles – as each of the three endorsing bodies had requested him to make compulsory safeguards.
Throughout the course of recent months, Taylor and those near him have taken maltreatment from shock fans.
The continuous show profoundly wants to do a genuine number on Catterall.
“Certain individuals think he won the battle, then cool. That is your thought process, that is your perspective. It’s the other sh!t that I’ve been generally disliking, individuals going after myself and my family,” Taylor told ID Boxing.
“I’m not exactly irritated. Yet, when your family is getting sh!t, I certainly got the passion and the inspiration and the craving and fire to do a number this time and say I told you thus, and afterward to every other person, a major f- – – – you. Josh Taylor makes confident prediction ahead of potential Teofimo Lopez clash
“Being an enormously unique outcome is going. I don’t think he gets remotely close to me this time. Tune in, on the off chance that he can’t beat me even from a pessimistic standpoint and I have an extremely close battle, he won’t beat me when I’m even close to my best. I bet he won’t go anyplace close to me. Thus, that is all I need to say. I can hardly pause and ideally get the battle reported soon and get it on.”