Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach sits down with the media and gives his take on the Tyson Fury vs Wladimir Klitschko II fight. Here's what he had to say!
Roach on Klitschko's chances to win in the rematch:
"He's getting a little bit older, I'm friends with Wladimir Klitschko, I've trained him for five of his pro fights. He's a good guy, I hope he wins but I don't know if he can at this point, he is getting a little bit older and it's just something you can't get away from. We all get old."
On what he thinks about the other heavyweight titlists out there and who's the best among them:
"[Anthony] Joshua is my favorite heavyweight. I think he has a solid future...the other guys I think he's a little better than. He's developing but I do like Joshua out of all of them. But styles make fights so you never know 'cause [Tyson] Fury is kind of an awkward, awkward guy to fight."
On if stamina should be one of Klitschko's main concerns when preparing for the fight:
"[Klitschko] is a hard worker, he's one of the best working heavyweights I've ever trained. He knows what to do to get in shape. Him and his brother have both worked very hard and I only got to work his brother's corner once, when he won the world title. But I did spend a lot more time with Wladimir, Vitali and me don't get along quite as well...that's the way it goes."