JUST IN: Anthony Joshua stuck it on MMA reporter during post-fight press conference after Francis Ngannou win

Joshua stopped Ngannou in the second round of their main-event showdown in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Friday. He dropped Ngannou twice before landing a devastating punch to earn the knockout win. Joshua and Ngannou shared a warm embrace in the ring following the result, with ‘AJ’ making his feelings clear<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>>

Tyson Fury, who was sat ringside, gave an honest reaction to his rival’s big win over his former foe. After the bout, Joshua and his promoter Eddie Hearn spoke to reporters. Naturally, there were plenty of MMA journalists in attendance at the post-fight press conference.

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And Joshua went after a particular journalist from MMA Junkie in a light-hearted moment after recognising his voice in an interview with the former UFC heavyweight champion.
Joshua said: “Did you interview Ngannou?” He added: “I recognise your voice.” Joshua joked: “You thought he was gonna beat me, innit? I can tell by the question.”

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Hearn revealed the media outlet to which the former world heavyweight champion replied: “Is it MMA Junkie?! I was thinking ‘whoever this guy is’ I know I’m gonna see him one day.” Hearn added: “You ok down there?”
Joshua could now be in line to face the winner of Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk. Asked if his target is the undisputed winner, he replied: “Yes it is!” Hearn chipped in: “You are looking at the baddest man on the planet.

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The No 1 heavyweight in the world. “There’s a brilliant fighter down there in Tyson Fury. Please beat Oleksandr Usyk, because you will get the biggest fight of all time.” The undisputed battle between Fury and Usyk takes place on May 18, with Joshua keeping a close eye on proceedings ahead of a monstrous fight later this year<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>>

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