Dominic Breazeale believes he can put WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder into retirement as he looks to win his “Super Bowl” on Saturday (Match betting – Wilder 1/7, draw 33/1, Breazeale 5/1).

The American heavyweight duo will look to settle their differences when they meet at the Barclays Center in New York.

They have been involved in a verbal battle, which has threatened to become physical, during the build-up and Breazeale is eager to settle the score.

Breazeale (17/2 To win by KO/TKO/DQ/Technical Decision) has rebuilt his reputation since losing to Anthony Joshua in London in June 2016 – winning his following three fights to earn another world title shot.

Trouble insists he has the ability to stop the undefeated Wilder as he plots a path back towards Joshua.

Breazeale said: “I am Deontay Wilder’s retirement plan.

“I will beat him so bad that he is not going to want to ever lace up the gloves again. When I am done with him the mental aspect of boxing is going to be completely beaten out of him.

“This belt is everything to me, it’s my Super Bowl.”

Wilder has so far swerved the opportunity to take on AJ but Breazeale says he will be “easier” to negotiate with if he becomes the new WBC champion.

“This is my big bridge to get to my rematch with Joshua,” Breazeale told Sky Sports.

“I don’t care what anyone says, he’s holding the majority of the belts, he’s fought the bigger, better calibre guys and he’s the guy on top right now.

“When I get the WBC title, I can only hope and pray that we get a rematch.”

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