Joe Joyce Plans to Stay Active and Pursue High-Profile Fights in 2023



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Joe Joyce Plans to Stay Active and Pursue High-Profile Fights in 2023

Joe Joyce, also known as "Juggernaut," has made a strong case for himself as a top heavyweight contender in 2021. With a perfect record of 15-0, including 14 knockouts, Joyce has proven himself to be a formidable force in the ring.

This year alone, Joyce has made two impressive appearances, including a fourth-round knockout of Christian Hammer. Hammer has previously gone the distance with heavyweights such as Luis Ortiz, Frank Sanchez, and Alexander Povetkin, making Joyce's feat all the more impressive.

While Joyce may have to wait for the outcome of Fury and Usyk's showdown before he can pursue a title shot, he has no plans to sit on the sidelines. The 36-year-old Brit is determined to stay active and make the most of every opportunity that comes his way.

With his impressive record and dominant performances, Joyce is certainly a fighter to keep an eye on in the heavyweight division.

Joyce has big plans for the next year

Joe Joyce is looking to stay active in the coming year, with plans to fight in March and pursue a "big one" like Usyk or Fury in the summer.

"I'm planning to have a fight in March, while all the others are taking a fight," he told Sky Sports. "For the summer one [I plan to] go for a big one, like Usyk or Fury. I'll be ready because I'll have had one at the beginning of the year to get me going." Joyce's approach to staying active and continuously improving his skills sets him apart from other fighters who may prefer to hold onto their undefeated record.

"I don't understand why people do that. It makes them rusty for when they do get the shot and also their skills as well, you always want to keep on improving your skills and learning and growing as a fighter and correcting any mistakes, and getting in these exciting fights for the fans," Joyce added.

"It is entertainment, not just let me hold on to my '0' [undefeated record]" With a record of 15-0, including 14 knockouts, Joyce has already made a strong case for himself as a top contender in the heavyweight division.

His plans to stay active and pursue high-profile fights in the coming year will only further solidify his place among the top contenders.