Joe Joyce believes he has lots left within the tank but after the British heavyweight dismantled Carlos Takam inside six rounds on Saturday night time.
The Juggernaut’s relentless excessive work charge paid off, utilising his robust jab to impact earlier than referee Steve Grey jumped in between the pair, albeit prematurely in keeping with Takam.
Talking to talkSPORT’s Sam Matterface on the Sunday Unique, the 35-year-old outlined his want to combat for a lot of extra years with a world title shot in his sight.
“I’m at my peak now and I imagine I’ve bought a minimum of one other three/4 years,” he defined.
“I’m turning 36 in September, however I need to get in direction of a world title now – I’ve nonetheless bought just a few extra years to go.
“It’s very thrilling to be a heavyweight proper now, there are such a lot of nice assessments and fights.
“I may probably combat the winner of Joshua vs Usyk, however earlier than that I may need an interim combat or one thing.
“I’m primary obligatory challenger for the WBO after AJ and Usyk get it on.
“After which there’s clearly the Fury and Wilder combat which must happen to try to make the mega combat.
“There are a number of transferring items and elements may get fragmented so I’m there to leap on the WBO first and I’ll take it from there.
“I’ll have a little bit of day off over the subsequent couple of weeks after which it’s again to the drafting board and preparing for my title shot.”
On whether or not he agreed with the choice to cease the combat, Joyce responded: “I hit him with a left hook and he staggered so I got here in for the kill and stored throwing punches till it bought stopped mainly.
“It was so good to have the followers again, family and friends supporting, it makes the victory all that sweeter.
“It offers you a drive and vitality whenever you’re within the ring whenever you hear the cheers and there’s much more eyes on you.”