Tyson Fury believes that the world's top heavyweight players are "guilty" for fighting each other and not setting up a champion who does not know to be defeated.
The 30-year-old picks WBC title holder Deontay Wilder in Los Angeles on Dec. 1.
Anyone can give Britain's Anthony Joshua, who holds WBO, WBA and IBF belts a chance, but the potential for rematch could be compounded by Wilder's loss.
Anger was asked about the debate about who is the better player.
"I do not know, people always have opinions about who's better, and it's not up to me," he said.
"But it will be a sin blending everyone without fighting each other, which will be an exciting time.
"Who are the best we can find when we fight each other?"
The first fury that puts his 27 fights in a flawless record line is 40-0 with 39 knockouts and must be past an American opponent.
He believes that hitting Wilder in the United States would have made similar triumphs three years ago when he beat Germany's Wladimir Klitschko to win his world title, making the victory even more monotonous.
This is the biggest heavyweight fight in contemporary boxing history. Never before we saw two conquered champions go to tow2tow for fans! A big personality and 6 "or more must be a fight to remember. Let's start the game. @ Bronze bomb pic.twitter.com/YsAjbSYjz9
– TYSON FURY (@ Tyson_Fury) September 27, 2018
"I hope it will be the biggest fight of my life, it's not easy for me because it's what I'm preparing," Puri said. He said he will only play in the third comeback. At the same time he was emptying his WBO and WBA titles to focus on the treatment of depression and spent time in the ring after a banned steroid positive judgment.
"I'm glad it's here, it gets me back on the road and I've become a road warrior.
"We were able to sell 75,000 tickets with this ticket at Old Trafford, but I do not think it matters where the fight goes, and the results will be the same.
"If you win, you win or else you lose, and if I win someone else's backyard, it makes them much sweeter."
Fury led Freddy Roach, who worked with trainer Ben Davison and eight world champions Manny Pacquiao in his corner for 20 years, for 20 years.
Fury trained at Big Bear Gym in California moved to Roach's Wild Card in Hollywood.
"He gives us good points and gives us a good experience," Freddie wants to do, he is his own person, "adding anger.
"Having experience and wise hair in the corner is always a good thing and that will be my advantage."