Anthony Joshua Vs Oleksandr Usyk is pumping up as AJ claims he will be the Ukrainian without needing a trainer according to Eddie Hearn, MySportPlug reporting.
The Nigerian and British boxer who has seen his belts taken away is already set for his next fight with him talking tough which he is sure of getting back into the ring to reclaim the glory he once had as Champion of the World.
According to Anthony Joshua Promoter Eddie Hearn, he confirmed the latest story to the press which he said AJ is pumped up and confirmed he will beat Oleksandr Usyk even without a trainer to prep him up for the fight.
AJ was outboxed and stripped of his Championships when the pair first met back in September, but has since activated his contractual clause to force a second fight which already in place of happening soonest for him to get things right.
So many talks had been going on about a potential deal for Usyk to face Tyson Fury next in an undisputed title clash, with AJ reportedly set to being paid millions to step aside for the fight to happen instead of his rematch with the Ukrainian.
Although talks collapsed about that happening as Anthony Joshua Vs Oleksandr Usyk fight will be happening before anything else as no agreement was reached for the Nigerian/British boxer to step aside for now before getting a rematch.
Reports also reaching us at MySportPlug suggested that AJ is planning to make some changes in his camp after they failed to beat his opponent during their first match which didn’t go as planned despite everything being done.
Although, the Brits is now pumped up and boosting he doesn’t need to have a trainer for the rematch which he is sure he can beat the Ukrainian which his promoter Eddie Hearn told MMA Fighting during an interview.
HERE IS WHAT HE SAID ABOUT ANTHONY JOSHUA VS OLEKSANDR USYK:
“He will make changes to his training team.
“But when I sat down with him about the step-aside, he just said, ‘I’ll beat Usyk.’
“I said, ‘Yeah but you haven’t started working with your new trainer yet.’
“He said, ‘I’ll beat him without a trainer.’
“He’s pumped for that fight. And it’s a really tough fight.
“I just hope AJ gets the credit for the fights that he takes.
“How many fighters honestly would’ve taken the Usyk fight in AJ’s position? Or how many would’ve just vacated the belt and gone, ‘Oh no, we’re going down another route.’
“He wanted to fight him and now he’s fighting him again.
“May time for that fight (Anthony Joshua Vs Oleksandr), looking to secure the venue back in the UK.”
This could be another fight Anthony Joshua Vs Oleksandr Usyk that could see AJ getting his titles back like he did against Ruiz Junior which saw him losing the first match only to come back and made light work of his opponent to reclaim all his titles lost.