Anthony Joshua spoke passionately as he arrived at Matchroom’s Fight Camp for Dillian Whyte vs Alexander Povetkin on Saturday night.
Sky enlisted the unified heavyweight champion to be part of their broadcast team for the event.
Hearn welcomed AJ to Fight Camp
🛬 AJ has arrived at #FightCamp 👀👀👀
📺 Book Whyte v Povetkin now: https://t.co/mG5Z4FfHs0 pic.twitter.com/OfMx3HnljN
— Sky Sports Boxing (@SkySportsBoxing) August 22, 2020
Joshua arrived and greeted his promoter Eddie Hearn, who asked if he’s ‘up for it’.
AJ replied: “I’ll smash anyone, I’m ready to fight now.
“I’m ready to fight, do I look good? I’m on it, I’m on it.”
He then proceeded to shadowbox while being prepped for his TV role.
Joshua is likely to fight Pulev on December 5 or 12
Joshua, like most boxers, is understandably frustrated as the coronavirus pandemic put his career on hold.
His planned June 20 bout with Kubrat Pulev was postponed.
It now looks likely to take place in early December, meaning he’d have been out of the ring for a year since his rematch win over Andy Ruiz Jr.