Will Garcia prepare Joshua for his comeback? British response


Former heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) is unlikely to charter coach Robert Garcia, who prepared him for a rematch with Oleksandr Usyk and brought the Briton into a decent look for the next fight. He hinted at this in a comment.
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The Briton said that he “greatly respects” the American coach, “he is a really good person and coach,” and did not reject the option of future cooperation.

But, he says, he explained to Robert himself that “I want to be a free spirit.”

“I locked myself up for 11 years with one coach, and now I just feel like I just want to learn as much as possible,” said the heavyweight, and it is immediately clear that he is unlikely to call Garcia for the next fight.

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As Joshua puts it, “I feel like I’m in a position where I can work with anyone.”

“So who knows what will happen next year,” Anthony blurted.

Here’s what Garcia said after AJ’s last fight: “Hats off to Usyk.” Robert’s post-match words that Joshua lost mentally caused a scandal. Later, the coach began to prove that he did not say this. He also spoke about a possible fight with Wilder.