Carl Froch opened up to have his say on what will happen in the career of Anthony Joshua and advises the Watford man to stay away from America's Deontay Wilder.
Froch was speaking with IntuBoxing's Matt Lenihan prior to the confirmation of Anthony Joshua's huge rematch with Oleksandr Usyk and said that if Joshua couldn't land the Usyk rematch next, he certainly should not take the Deontay Wilder fight for a chilling reason: "Well, business point of view, don't fight Deontay Wilder, as you'll probably get chinned.
"There's a chance you could get chinned, you get caught one on the chin, you're going over, don't care if your name's Anthony Joshua, whatever your name is in the heavyweight division, he [Wilder] can knock you out with one punch."
Froch goes on to say that he'd like to see Joshua face a British rival in Joe Joyce: "I like the Joe Joyce fight.
"Listen, I'd say don't fight Joe Joyce, that's a dangerous fight that you could lose, don't forget I've seen these two guys sparring, hundreds of rounds in the England squad and I know what went off.
"This ain't a one-round knockout job, let me tell you, I don't think anyone could knock Joe Joyce out."
The full interview, where Froch also discusses Leigh Wood and the fight between Amir Khan and Kell Brook, can be watched below.