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Anthony Joshua definitely ain’t the man to mess with. A group of students thought it was a good idea to taunt the boxer from their dorms - only to find out they weren’t quite safe a few stories up. Check out the video below.
The ex-world champion was walking through the Loughborough University in Leicestershire where he trains when some drunken students decided it’d be a good idea to poke some fun at the 6ft 6inch boxer.
AJ took exception to the suggestion as footage shows him storming the dorm and heading to the students to absolutely berate them.
He gives the loudmouths a humiliating dressing down - perhaps even more embarrassing than actually copping a flurry of fists from the 32-year-old.
In the video, the fighter can be heard saying: “Remember you’re running your mouth because when I start cracking your glass jaws, none of you will like it.
“Watch your mouths because you don’t know who you’re talking to sometimes.”
All the while the student stands there sheepishly, almost unsure how to react.
To be fair to the students who wouldn’t be quaking in the boots after being confronted by the mammoth of a man after stupidly taunting him.
According to The Sun, a witness said: “I don’t think they expected him to retaliate and I don’t think they’ll be doing something like that again.
“But why would you target one of the toughest guys on the planet?”
While another said: “Lots of profanity and abusive language was chucked at him while the students hid in an upstairs window. They picked on the wrong man.
“They should be more careful."
Sounds like the students got off lightly with just a dressing down from the Englishman.
Seems like they definitely got under his skin, however.
Tyson Jury going up against Anthony Joshua has been the money fight everyone has been clamouring to see for some time now.
Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn claimed the proposed showdown was essentially a done deal last year - with a two-fight deal in the works.
However, plans changed after Deontay Wilder won a legal bid in the United States to have a third fight against Fury and refused to sign a step-aside deal to allow Joshua to fight instead.
AJ has now switched focus to a rematch with Oleksandr Usyk in July, while Fury announced his shock retirement from boxing after defeating Dillian Whyte in April at Wembley.
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