The Californian has won all 17 of his professional bouts to date, with 15 of those victories coming by knockout, as he prepares to fight outside of the United States for the very first time.
Joshua also has an unblemished record, winning all 16 of his fights by knockout, including a second round stoppage of Charles Martin earlier this month, as he claimed the IBF heavyweight title.
Breazeale admits that Joshua is a strong competitor, but he is confident of pulling off a shock in London and ruining the British fighter’s perfect record.
He said: “I’m definitely going to ruin that perfect record. In the end, I’ll be the last man standing. It’s going to be a battle of two titans, but in the end it will be me raising my hand and holding a new belt.” The 30-year-old believes his own record stands for itself and he is looking forward to showing the British public exactly what he can do come fight night.
He added: “Going to a man’s back yard and taking his belt. Take his crowd – please them – gain some fans. There is no better way to do it. “I’m 17-0 with 15 KOs. Every man I’ve faced, I’ve put down on the canvas. Unfortunately, I’ve had two guys go the distance.
They were able to get up off the canvas and finish the fight.” Breazeale is available at 11.00 to cause an upset in London, while Joshua is priced at 1.05 and the draw is on offer at 26.00.