When Anthony Joshua heard the news of Kubrat Pulev stepping out and Carlos Takam stepping in, he did not even flinch.
The third ranked IBF challenger from France is surely a different fighter than Pulev and a bit smaller, but October 28th will be business as usual for Joshua regardless.
“It’s interesting because we haven’t had Pulev clones coming in and training with these type of guys. My coach trains me to be the better me. Not so much to beat a certain style or certain sized opponent,” explained Joshua in an interview with Talk Sport.