"We've all seen the best heavyweights in the world get chinned now and again don't we?" It's a very great experience to be here, Las Vegas, MGM Grand. "It's just negotiations, you know".
"After almost three years out, he had two little comeback fights and then went straight in with Wilder, so he is probably entitled to more of a stepping stone fight".
"When a man doesn't want to be there once, he will always do it and it's hard to come back from", the former heavyweight champion, who will face Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas on Saturday, told BBC Sport.
Fury doesn't have the raw knockout power of Wilder or Joshua, and he won't promise a knockout of Schwarz. They talk to me constantly about mental health, because people are suffering.
Here's what Ruiz recently said to Fighthub about wanting $50 million to fight AJ in the UK: "If they want me to go over there, they've got to give me $50 million dollars".
First up to cement his claim for supremacy was Wilder and the Alabamian wasted little time in dispatching Breazeale.
The 28-year-old expected to take his career and his army of Leeds fans to the United States but first has to get past Galahad, whose real name is Abdul-Bari Awad. Boxing keeps me really happy, and I'm very happy with where I am in my life at the minute.
U.S. and Thailand are the last teams to kickoff the World Cup
This did not sit well with former Canada star Kaylyn Kyle, who compared Morgan to an all-time great Canadian striker. The Americans poured on the goals and defeated Thailand 13-0 - the biggest blowout in the tournament's history.
Although they all haven't all fought each other, many rank them as the top-four. You can come back from anything. There is nothing else that I wanted to do. "It's about ambition, drive and vision".
And Galahad's team visibly drew a reaction from Warrington at Wednesday's news conference, insisting the champion was struggling to maintain motivation for the contest.
"I am living the dream".
Arum, who has previously promoted boxing greats like Manny Pacquiao, Sugar Ray Leonard and Muhammad Ali, was ringside at Adonis Stevenson's clash with Oleksandr Gvozdyk in Quebec City that night, alongside Ukrainians Vasyl Lomachenko - considered the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world - and Oleksandr Usyk. That complexion belongs on a magazine cover.
The undefeated 32-year-old came inches from securing a huge chance to fight for lineal status against Fury, before the Brit's camp decided against it for one reason.
Following his victory over Joshua, Ruiz Jr was congratulated by Snickers - no doubt spotting an opportunity to market their product - on social media.
"There have been rumours of injury or missing training but he looked as sharp as I have ever seen him look and even more focused".