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The unified world heavyweight champion of the world, Anthony Joshua, and his IBF mandatory challenger, Kubrat Pulev, sat down for the first time in front the media today at a press conference.

There was barely any heat or animosity between the two fighters and the general mood was business as usual for both sides.

Promoter Eddie Hearn took the stage first and detailed Joshua’s career and mentioned the Olympic Gold, Commonwealth title, and finally winning the world titles.

Hearn then started listing Pulev’s achievements and brought up the fact that the challenger is a top 5 fighter according to all the big promotions and The Ring magazine. 

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