Two-Time Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua Reveals Plans For Unification Fight vs Tyson Fury

Two-Time Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua Reveals Plans For Unification Fight vs Tyson Fury

- British boxer of Nigerian descent, Anthony Joshua, talks tough ahead of Tyson Fury fight

- The 31-year-old said he will endure any form of pain just to be prepared to take down the Gypsy King

- Both Britons are expected to face off twice with the winner taking it all after both legs

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Anthony Joshua has insisted that he will go through any form of torture just to be ready for his unification bout against Tyson Fury.

Both British power fighters have agreed to face each other twice with the first of the tw0-legged affair billed for Saudi Arabia - the venue of Joshua's triumph over Andy Ruiz Jr.

The encounter will unify the heavyweight division while the winner takes all and become the undisputed king of his generation.

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And the Watford-born pugilist is confident of beating his next opponent when they face off later this year after revealing that he will undergo any form of training for the battle ahead.

Two-time heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua reveals his plans for Tyson Fury
Two-time heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua dodging a heavy punch from Kubrat Pulev during their mandatory challenge in December 2020. Photo by ANDREW COULDRIDGE / POOL / AFP
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Joshua was quoted by Daily Mail while speaking with Watford striker Troy Deeney during his podcast, saying:

"Am I excited? I ain't excited, it is what it is.
"I'm getting ready to walk through a brick wall and nothing is getting in my way. I'm ready to go through whatever pain, torture, adversity I have to go through in order to win, that's why i'm really looking forward to it.
"I know I'm the man of this division and I will be for a long time. I came through this game quick and the way I had to learn was through mistakes, on the public stage as well.
"I came into this game not to take part but to take over, I feel I'm on a different wavelength and frequency.

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"I do it with a smile on my face but I'm dedicated to these things. Recapping over Covid I thought, man, I've put a lot into this and now I need to back myself.'"

Fury leap-frogged Deontay Wilder to face off with Joshua after demolishing the American in their fight a little over a year ago in Las Vegas. His triumph over the Bronze Bomber quickly qualified him for the all-British heavyweight encounter. earlier reported that Anthony Joshua is one of the greatest boxers in the world and his fame has got him much money in his bank account.

The WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO champion rose to prominence when he defeated the long-standing heavyweight champion Vladimir Klitschko to become the new king of the mountain.

Among AJ's success stories has bagged him huge endorsements that have got him smiling to the bank with up to seven-digit cashouts.


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