Anthony Joshua reveals he has been randomly drug tested 12 times before Alexander Povetkin fight.
Joshua explained: “They know my routine. I’ve had to do all my business, all in front of them. There’s no secrets with those guys.”
Joshua vs Povetkin: Anthony Joshua's skills are getting even sharper, says trainer Rob McCracken.
Since turning professional in 2013, the 28-year-old heavyweight has compiled a 21-fight unbeaten record, earning the WBA 'super', IBF and WBO belts which will be defended against Alexander Povetkin at Wembley on September 22, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
A world heavyweight clash between Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin. The Russian is the mandatory challenger to Joshua's WBA title and the Briton will defending his WBA Super, IBF, WBO and IBO belts when the two fighters meet.
Saturday, September 22, 2018. Wembley Stadium (London). Joshua last fought at Wembley when stopping Wladimir Klitschko in April 2017.
The 38-year-old Povetkin was the WBA champion from 2011 to 2013 and is now the WBA's mandatory challenger, meaning Joshua has to fight him or face being stripped of his title.
Anthony Joshua desperate to stay top.
Anthony Joshua says "the possibilities of 2018 are great" after cementing a record-breaking year with a dogged win over Carlos Takam.
Anthony Joshua stopped Carlos Takam in the 10th round to defend his WBA and IBF world heavyweight titles.
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Bear Grylls took boxer Anthony Joshua to one of the UK’s most remote locations for new ITV ‘mission’
“I’m the king of my domain and right now I’m out of my comfort zone,” says AJ. “I hate bugs, I don’t like heights really. I’m used to being in the comfort of my living room, but I think let’s go for it. What’s the worst that can happen?”
AJ starts his journey dangling 50 feet below a helicopter, as Bear whisks him off to the notorious Commando Ridge in Cornwall - one of the UK’s most famous climbing faces and where the Royal Marines have trained since the Second World War. They climb up the exposed 70ft of granite rock, alpine traverses and sharp pinnacles. (Picture: Betty TV)