“Pulev Fight Will Require Different Tactics”- Anthony Joshua Reveals Ahead of Fight

Published 03/13/2020, 4:54 AM EDT


Anthony Joshua, the restored world heavyweight champion, returns to the place where he first started his boxing career, Finch ABC in London.

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The WBA, IBF and WBO champion again founds himself in the Big Mix against an opponent who is not less than formidable, the brute Bulgarian, Kubrat Pulev. 

Anthony Joshua is back in his home turf where he is most comfortable and explains while talking to Land Rover why this fight with Pulev is important to him.

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“I’m back on my home turf fighting against a formidable opponent someone I have to defeat,” Joshua says to Land Rover.

He further explains how this fight can pave the way for him to be the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.

“There’s no victory of Pulev, there’s no road to undisputed so Pulev is my main focus and I am glad that I’ve got this challenge.”

The 30-year-old champion reveals he has started the training for the fight and is not interested in any half measures for this fight given that what happened earlier with Andy Ruiz Jr.

“The training has already started and I’m in a better place than I was last year due to the lessons that I had to learn.”
He goes on to say that he’s employing some new method and skills for his upcoming fight with Pulev.

“Pulev will reveal some new skills and definitely a new style of boxing.”

He further reasons his new methodical approach for this fight saying, “Pulev is a lot taller and slimmer and so will require different strategy and tactics.”

Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury engage in War of Words

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Tyson Fury in an interview taunts Joshua by saying “He’s only holding onto his belts.”

“I’ve already been the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world when I beat Klitschko, I had all of the belts.”
“So as far as I’m concerned, Anthony Joshua has only got my leftovers,” Fury adds.

Joshua further adds with a smirk in his interview with Land Rover saying, “He’s got two good fights in his career in my opinion, against Klitschko and Deontay Wilder and he’s managed to win them both so he’s on a high right now.”

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“But he has to be careful what he wishes because the young gunners are coming up and we’ll definitely take that challenge with Tyson fury with both hands.”

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