ANTHONY JOSHUA showed off his toned and tattered physique in Saudi Arabia, more than two months before his rematch against Oleksandr Usyk.
The two-time heavyweight champion lost his WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO titles to the Ukrainian last September after being utterly outclassed at Tottenham Stadium.
After months of back and forth, AJ will finally get his chance for revenge in their rematch on August 20 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The two fighters faced off again last week ahead of their second fight in the Middle East.
And Joshua already seems to be in great shape, having shared several snaps of him training in the ring in front of the media.
Another shot of him also followed with a huge grin as he posed for a selfie in front of his adoring audience.
The Brit captioned the photos “Arabian Nights” and they soon garnered numerous comments from his fans on Instagram.
One follower commented, “Beast Mode,” while another said, “This is without a doubt one of the coolest media workout pics ever.”
Many fans are predicting that Joshua, who has brought in new coach Robert Garcia to his training session, will once again fail against his rival later this summer.
However, the 32-year-old insists he gets the respect he deserves after beating Usyk for the first time.
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AJ told ESPN, “I feel like beating Usyk will give me back the recognition I deserve.
“And I’m admired for being a true boxing legend. … I fought for the heavyweight championship in my 16th fight; I felt like it was kind of being overlooked.”
For those who doubt him after his poor performance last time out, he said: “I knew where I wasn’t good enough, you know, areas where I was exposed.
“And look, I have a third chance to be world heavyweight champion.
“I will address the weaknesses and then make sure I do it right and become champion again. I think it is a task that is quite doable.”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5646150/anthony-joshua-ripped-physique-usyk-saudi-workout/ Anthony Joshua shows off his toned physique with two months to go before the fight as Brit proves his skills in Saudi Arabia