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There are just over two weeks to go until Anthony Joshua makes his highly anticipated return to the ring, to defend his IBF, IBO & WBA (Super) unified World Heavyweight Championship. The man who is daring to step inside the squared circle with ‘AJ’, Bulgaria’s Kubrat Pulev has been paid little heed ahead of the matchup, but he appears in buoyant and confident mood ahead of their date at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

Speaking exclusively to Sky Sports, Pulev revealed his focus and the depths of his preparation ahead of the Joshua fight. “I watch Joshua more than I do any other boxer”. Pulev revealed and then shared his belief that he has a firm understanding of Joshua’s strengths and weaknesses when he went on to explain “I see what he does well and see what he does badly – I study him”.

Pulev also touched on his personal and career development over the recent years of his career too, explaining he has learned a lot and will continue to look for avenues to better his career as he stated “Everyone must learn more, whether it’s myself, ‘AJ’ or anyone else. When one man says that he knows everything, he is lying” and Pulev further elaborated on that point by explaining that Joshua is “far from the finished article”.

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