Joshua talks tough, vows to defend titles

Joshua talks tough, vows to defend titles

Anthony Joshua says anyone who wants to get his titles is welcome to get the smoke from him.
The WBA, WBO and IBF title holders who were in New York when he faced-off with his mandatory opponent, Alexander Povetkin ahead of their September 22 fight at the Wembley stadium was irked by Miller Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ who disrupted his face-off with Povetkin.
‘Big Baby’ who is ranked at No 3 with the IBF and WBA, barged onto the stage and started shouting at Joshua who quickly switched his attention from Povetkin to exchange words with the New York boxer as both fighters were later separated before things heated up.
Joshua later in an interview said, “People talk about me, then see my face to face, and they still want to talk.
I defend my titles in the ring, I’m dedicated, and I just won’t tolerate it outside the ring either.
I defend my position.
That’s what we do as fighters.
“Anyone is welcome to come and get the smoke.
Firstly I will focus on Povetkin but you never know what the future holds.
“There is always someone clucking around my feet.
I have to kick them back down, and keep them humble.” Miller who will fight on October 6 said in an interview after the fiasco that he is ready to whoop Joshua at the Wembley stadium.
“I walked up on him and whispered behind him: ‘you’re a punk, let’s make it happen.
I’m not Dominic Breazeale, man.
I want it.
I would whoop him at Wembley.
“Listen to Britain – you’ve seen fake models.
You’ll see the real model, the people’s champ, not the one-time English champ.
The world champ – that’s me.”

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