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AJ And Klitschko Aim To Give Boxing A ‘Different Image’

On Wednesday night at Wembley Stadium, the ‘friendliest’ press conference ever seen, took place between Ukrainian boxer Wladimir Klitschko and our boy, British born and IBF heavyweight title holder ANTHONY JOSHUA! The press conference is ahead of their eagerly anticipated ‘Sky Sports Box Office Fight’ on April 20th 2017!

In the conference, Joshua stated outright that winning is all that matters. The 27 year old heavyweight really showed his confidence, whilst sitting just feet away from Klitschko. You are one brave boyo Joshy!

The fight has been named as ‘the toughest test’ in his career yet!

IMAGE: @GarethADaviesDT

IMAGE: @GarethADaviesDT

The press were shocked during the conference as neither fighter had a single bad word to say about one another. Instead there were a few smiles (sort of) and a cheeky little tickle to Joshua’s abdominal area from Klitschko (Who after that, I like to call – ‘A big friendly teddy bear’)

During the head to head at Wembley Stadium, Joshua said:

“To knock him out would be the cherry on the cake, but to win whichever way, I think it’s very possible,” said Joshua.

“This is a fight that can change (me) from champion to legend overnight.

“It’s the fight that will get the masses out and draw massive attention and they’re the type of fights that can change the way that people view you in your industry.

IMAGE: Action Images via Reuters

IMAGE: Action Images via Reuters

Here’s what Twitter has to say:

TICKET INFORMATION:Coach and fight ticket packages go on sale from midday on Monday December 19 2016. Get yours by calling 0844 871 8808 (Calls Cost 7p per minute plus network access charges) or purchase online by clicking here.

Various pick up/drop off locations available.

There will be a maximum of six tickets per order.

Please note that all under 16s must be accompanied by an adult at this event.

Tickets will go on general sale at midday on Tuesday 20th December via www.stubhub.co.uk or https://events.wembleystadium.com. For accessible tickets please call Wembley Stadium on 0800 169 2007 (option 7).

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