Anthony Joshua declare himself as the king of the ring
Anthony Joshua is ready to show Kobrat Pulev that he’s the undisputed king of the ring.
AJ will defend his heavyweight championship against Pulev at the Principality Stadium Cardiff on October 28.
He will show the Bulgarian how good he is when the both face off.
“I think he’s very talented.” Joshua told Sky Sport. He’s an Olympic bronze medalist which shows his pedigree. He’s a star in his own country, he’s like a king in Bulgaria. He’ll want to give a good account of himself.
“No matter what I watch on Youtube they always seem to bring 30 per-cent more when there come to face me in the ring. I’ve got to be prepared for a hungry and furious Pulev. “
Pulev face Wladimir Klitschko’s for the same title in November 2014, but lost. And for that AJ know that he cannot afford to underestimate his opponent.
“He had Wladimir going at one stage when he fought him and people forget that. I’ve got to be ggrounded. I’m defending the word title and it’s a serious business.
The British boxer beat Klitschko for the WBA title in April
“I think Cardiff will be great. Normally America had all the glitz and glamour but now this fights are happening in the UK (United Kingdom) do that’s good and some of the money is going to charities as well. I think matches jab for jab leans back in the eastern Europea style.
“I’ll have to show him I’m the bully the in the ring, and I’m the king of boxing. “If I can, I’d lio secure my 20th victory with my 20th knockout.” Joshua added.