Canadian welterweight prospect Josh Wagner has asserted himself as one of the must watch welterweights in Canada with his exciting fighting style and the high possibility of knocking out his opponent. Out of his five career victories he has scored four knockouts and after a few more fights he will have his sights set on knocking out the current Canadian welterweight champion Steve Claggett.
“I’d love to make that fight happen,” said Wagner during a conversation. “I sparred him before and he didn’t like it too much. After I have a few morWagnere fights [to prepare myself] I will want that fight [to happen] badly but I just want to get in some eight and ten rounders in first but I’d be happy to lay an ass whoopin’ on him.”
A fight with Claggett would be a chance for retribution for Wagner as Claggett fought and beat Wagner’s older brother Ryan in 2012.