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The Moment Anthony Joshua Scared The Living Sh*t Out Of A Reporter

The Moment Anthony Joshua Scared The Living Sh*t Out Of A Reporter

Imagine interviewing Anthony Joshua, and then he turns on you because you've asked the wrong question. Well, this reporter knows that experience too well.

Joshua's known to be an absolute destroyer inside the ring but he's a modest and humble man outside.

And while we've already taken a moment to appreciate his insane power, it's only fitting we relive his surprisingly convincing acting skills as he pulls off this hilarious prank.

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Image: via YouTube
Image: via YouTube
Image: via YouTube
Image: via YouTube

The British fighter was inside his domain as the reporter cheekily asked him: "Are you too nice to be a boxer?" Something he gets often based on how spiteful he's inside the squared circle.

Joshua then channeled the character he possesses inside the ring by revealing his menacing side before ending the brilliant prank by laughing and joking with the reporter, then getting him into a headlock.

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Classic. But, in all seriousness, don't p*ss off the champ!

The heavyweight division, meanwhile, is bubbling nicely following the official announcement of Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury II, and Joshua has backed the 'Gypsy King' to become WBC world champion.

"Fury has taken some relatively soft-touch fights to get his confidence back and is going into the New Year as a new man with a new team and a new mindset," he explained.

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"He must feel something within him that is new, and he wants to be the new heavyweight champion.

"He can beat Wilder providing he follows his game-plan for 12 rounds."

Joshua continued by saying: "Wilder has shown that you can't blink for a second with him, because it only takes one punch.

"A good boxer, who is young, fresh and can follow a game-plan, can be victorious for X-amount of rounds [against Wilder].

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"Boxing is about hitting and not getting hit. Ortiz got hit with a big punch but Fury is evasive, a lot bigger, flicks out his jab. He is quite difficult to hit. Fury fought Wilder the first time after a long lay-off."

Topics: Boxing News, Anthony Joshua, Boxing, Fight News

Nasir Jabbar

Nasir Jabbar is a journalist at SPORTbible. He graduated from Bath Spa University with a BA in Media Communications. He's a combat sport aficionado, and has contributed to MMA websites AddictedMMA and CagePotato. Nasir has covered some of the biggest fights, while interviewing the likes of Conor McGregor, Michael Bisping and Anthony Joshua. He's also an avid Bristol City fan.

 

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