Is Anthony Joshua lying? Price does not believe the ex-champ


Not so long ago, former world heavyweight champion Briton Anthony Joshua (24-2, 22 KOs) was taken aback by the admission that he went into a lost fight against Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk (19-0, 13 KOs) in September last year without any action plan. .

Moreover, in the same way, he allegedly went to all the fights in his career, and only for the upcoming revenge with Usyk, they and the staff will develop tactics and strategies.

Joshua’s compatriot, popular former heavyweight David Price, doesn’t believe Anthony.

“Well, unless Joshua dismissed any information about the fight, left her in the locker room and fought instinctively,” Price responded to AJ’s dubious confession. “He can say whatever he wants, but it just can’t be that Rob McCracken or any other good coach is able to get a ward into the ring without a game plan, without strategy and tactics.”

“Perhaps he just let it slip that he went into the ring and fought instinctively, just fought on adrenaline,” David suggested. “But I don’t believe it because we saw Joshua fight where he definitely had a game plan.”

On the eve of promoter Eddie Hearn confirmed the postponement of the Usyk-Joshua rematch, named two dates at once.

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