Anthony Joshua says he feels stronger ahead of fight with Kubrat Pulev

Anthony Joshua says he feels stronger ahead of fight with Kubrat Pulev

- Anthony Joshua will be facing Kubrat Pulev in Cardiff on Saturday, December 12

- The Nigerian boxer explained that he is ready to face the Bulgarian boxer

- Joshua faced Mexican boxer Andy Ruiz in his last duel and he won

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Nigerian boxer Anthony Joshua has fired serious warning to his next opponent Kubrat Pulev claiming that he is now much more experienced than he used to be years ago.

Anthony Joshua will be facing another battle of his career this coming Saturday against Kubrat Pulev which is expected to be a tough battle at the Cardiff stadium.

His last fight was against Mexican Andy Ruiz having lost the first duel, Joshua was superb in the second battle to reclaim his titles back.

Three years ago, Anthony Joshua was scheduled to face Kubrat Pulev, but the Bulgarian sustained shoulder injury and had to pull out of the fight.

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According to the report on UK Mirror, Anthony Joshua claimed that he has watched his previous fights and he is super ready for the clash against Kubrat Pulev.

“I was thinking about that the other day, I went through a lot of my career not even knowing what I was doing, I was just fighting.
''I watched the Wladimir Klitschko fight and I was like ‘Wow! How was I in these type of fights with the little bit of experience I had?’
“Looking at who I am today, I like to reflect a lot and I think ‘I was just a pup, I was a little puppy.''
Anthony Joshua and Kubrat Pulev in action
Anthony Joshua says he feels stronger ahead of fight with Kubrat Pulev. Photo by Stu Forster
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Earlier, had reported how Bulgarian professional boxer Kubrat Pulev expressed confidence that he will defeat reigning WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO champion Anthony Joshua when they face-off on December 12.

The much anticipated bout between both boxers is billed to hold at the O2 Arena in the United Kingdom and Pulev is already talking tough ahead of the showdown.

Pulev claims having seen several fights of Joshua, the Brit does not possess enough mental toughness.

While admitting that Joshua has a good style and further branding him a ‘good specimen', Pulev stressed that Joshua does not have enough mental strength to fight him.

Nicknamed ‘The Cobra’, the Bulgarian has so far won 28 of his 29 previous fights including 14 KOs, with his only loss coming in 2014 to former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko.

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