Flint's Anthony Dirrell has a chance to do something no Flint boxer has ever done, bring home a WBC belt to the vehicle city.  'The Dog' stopped by the #2TO6FIX with LV to talk about his upcoming rematch with Saiko Bika and more.  

After his brother Andre Dirrell earned his victory on August 1st, it is his turn in the ring.  Talking with Anthony, he seems more calm and focused on overcoming the draw from the first fight to cement himself in the boxing community.

Saiko Bika told Boxingnews24.com that he believes he will win again against Dirrell.

"Dirrell was very lucky to get the draw. I was the busier fighter – throwing and landing the most punches – and I dropped him with a body shot which was counted as a low blow! I will be in the best shape of my professional career in August and will show boxing fans around the world that “The Dog” is all bark and no bite! And then I am going after Froch!”

After informing Dirrell of the comments, he responded by saying,

See, he's looking past me.  You can't do that. I'm a warrior. You can't look pass me. I'm coming to get it [championship belt].  For him to say he dropped me, everybody know it was a low blow.  I dropped him, it was clear.

Flint, let's make sure we tune in and support Anthony Dirrell as he brings home the WBC belt.  The fight will air on SHOWTIME on August 16th.