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Anthony Joshua Is Looking Massive And Seriously Ripped Ahead Of Tyson Fury Fight

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Anthony Joshua Is Looking Massive And Seriously Ripped Ahead Of Tyson Fury Fight

Anthony Joshua is looking seriously ripped ahead of his blockbuster undisputed clash with Tyson Fury this summer.

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Both men are in training camp ahead of the biggest fight of their careers - with 'AJ' showing off his incredible shape on social media.

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Image: PA
Image: PA

He revealed his bulking physique while calling himself "cold blooded" in an intimidating post.

The 31-year-old is in supreme shape as fight fans await an official announcement on Joshua vs. Fury.

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Fury, who hasn't fought since dethroning Deontay Wilder of the WBC world heavyweight title last year, has based himself in America with trainer SugarHill Steward.

As for Joshua, he's working away in the U.K with Tony Bellew firing a warning to Fury.

He said the unified world heavyweight champion is training like an "animal" for their heavyweight tilt.

Bellew told talkSPORT: "Believe you me, he is in training. He looks in great shape.

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"He is sparring, he's training and he is doing everything he possibly can to be in the best shape of his life.

"Don't believe all the hype and the smoke that they create around the training of him being in Vegas without his shirt on and all the bling. It's nonsense!

"These guys are training like animals, believe you me. I know AJ is for the absolute fact."

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Bellew added: "AJ is the best athlete the heavyweight division has seen since Lennox Lewis, he is that good of an athlete. So, he is 365 days of the year, in shape and in camp.

"For Fury, he likes to get ready before the fight and he will be in camp. But he is not in Vegas through choice; he is in Vegas because that is where the camp is set up.

"That's where SugarHill will want him; SugarHill is a brilliant coach, trained by the legend that is his uncle the great Emanuel Steward.

"So, these guys have got it all to do, I just can't wait until we get it finally done. Put them face-to-face, at the press conference, and let the circus begin."

Featured Image Credit: Anthony Joshua

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

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