New Zealand boxer Joseph Parker believes he's good enough to beat the world heavyweight champion.
Parker, who easily beat his tallest-ever opponent, 6'8" American Daniel Martz, on Saturday, watched Briton Tyson Fury's shock win over Wladimir Klitschko for the world title earlier this week.
The 23-year-old is undefeated in his 16 professional fights and is confident he could beat Fury or Klitschko.
"As heavyweights they didn't throw a lot of punches, I mean Klitschko threw about four or five power punches a round and I think throughout the whole fight he threw about 56... I can actually throw about 56 in one round and that's why I know what I have to do to win."
Parker said Fury's win was a great result for boxing as Klitschko's nine-year reign at the top had made the sport less interesting.
He also said he's about a year and a half away from getting a fight against a top 10 boxer in the heavyweight division.