British boxer spoke about his preparation for the fight with Ukrainian ex-world champion.
The world champion in the heavyweight versions of IBF, which is to meet in the ring with Ukrainian Vladimir Klitschko, spoke about his preparation, opened the mysteries of the upcoming boxing evening and told me what city wants to spend his next fight, Klitschko tells Brotherhood.
In Cologne, at a joint press conference with Vladimir Klitschko Anthony Joshua flew on a private jet. According to the British boxer, it’s not his plane. “It costs 13 million, and if you have so much money to spare, you can buy it. I’m not ready for such a step “, – quotes Joshua DailyMail. However, as recognized Anthony, surf comfortably he likes. “It was not so long when compared to the times when I was paying 40p for the bus to get to his gym, and then – in a van to the place next fight. But I do not lose the sense of reality. I would also be happy to come here by bus or train, but still a team with me, so I had to make a choice between the plane and travel by sea. ”
Joshua assured German journalists that after the fight with Klitschko about it learns the whole world, but also warned that one should not expect from him colorful show before going to the ring, for example, such as Carl Froch, who appeared in front of the fans at the stadium in big red bus. “It’s definitely not mine – Joshua said. – I’ve just come out of the locker room. A man goes to work. In Germany, really may not know me, or know me a little, but things will change after the end of a great evening with our Vladimir on “Wembley”.
As the British boxer, his dream – to carry out the fight in Las Vegas. “This is a very symbolic place for me – Joshua admitted. – They fought Floyd Mayweather. Mike Tyson spent a great fight. I would also like to see my fight happen in this city. ”
As UNIAN reported earlier, the fight Klitschko – Joshua take place April 29 in London, at the stadium “Wembley”. “Live” the battle, on the line which will be the world champion titles in the heavyweight versions of IBF, WBA and the IBO, will be able to watch the 90 000 spectators. This attendance record in post-war British boxing history.