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  • Anthony Joshua interviewed by Radio Rahim ahead of his fight with Jermaine Franklin this Saturday.
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  • Reggie James
    Reggie James 2 months ago +296

    No man who put his life on the line in this sport should feel like they let anyone down. No one is perfect and he should be proud of what he's done

    • NOBODY
      NOBODY 2 months ago +9

      Definitely ! he was world champ for a few years and made a shit load of money

    • ๐ŸฅŠAmerican Gypsy๐ŸฅŠ
      ๐ŸฅŠAmerican Gypsy๐ŸฅŠ 2 months ago +4

      Fuck what people think most people are only with whatโ€™s popping today and tomorrow when they ainโ€™t people can care less. Do what makes you and your family happy. Never please everyone. But I get what heโ€™s saying he probably gets shit talked to him all day when heโ€™s out in public.

    • lm
      lm 2 months ago +7

      Hes a decent guy I believe he has good heart

    • Nat Mol
      Nat Mol 2 months ago +1

      Ok yeah ๐Ÿคก
      Lets watch back his antics after Usyk 2.
      Clown world loves you lot !

    • x158
      x158 2 months ago

      He thought he was an intellectual and got kilt.

  • king Saf
    king Saf 2 months ago +85

    AJ you have never let anyone down, you came from no Amateur background to heavy champion of the world twice, your an inspiration to us all.

    • Lewis Birch
      Lewis Birch 2 months ago +5

      Won the Olympics as an amateur.. ๐Ÿ˜…

    • king Saf
      king Saf 2 months ago +3

      @Lewis Birch I understand that but what I meant was AJ never even put a boxing glove on until he was 18 years old, so from there he has achieved incredible things.

    • แ€—แ€ฎแ€ฐ
      แ€—แ€ฎแ€ฐ 2 months ago

      @Lewis Birch he only had 30 amateur fights tho

    • Lewis Birch
      Lewis Birch 2 months ago

      43... but that wasn't the point I was trying to make. I was just saying he did start as an amateur..

    • H.K
      H.K 2 months ago +3

      He was an Olympic gold medalist, what are you talking about? He did come from a bad background but he accomplished a lot as an amateur.

  • Leon Morris
    Leon Morris 2 months ago +95

    I've been watching boxing for 40 years and in adult life been fortunate enough to work alongside some top level athletes in both amateur and pro sport. I've seen how hard they push themselves and the level of ability is on a completely different level to "us normal humans" I can't stress this point enough. So at the very least they deserve respect especially those who put their lives on the line for our entertainment! I don't know AJ but I support him win or lose because I respect him, understand to some degree what he goes through on a daily basis and have a feeling that he is a genuinely kind hearted individual, outside the ring thankfully. It's a shame some sports fans don't remember this in their intense keyboard criticism of these men and women.

    • Richard Jones
      Richard Jones 2 months ago +1

      Donโ€™t lie. Bet you claim benefits

    • Richard Green
      Richard Green 2 months ago +6

      Well said.

    • Jon Adams
      Jon Adams 2 months ago +2

      Your so wrong mate. Hes a bad egg and fake as they come. Never forget when he threw Usyk's belt out the Ring.

  • MK1 R
    MK1 R 2 months ago +33

    Mad Props King!!!!!๐Ÿ‘‘๐ŸคดUtmost respect for what you have done and meant for boxing. ๐ŸฅŠ Thank you...for helping boxing ivolve to what it is today. You never get enough credit.

  • H Mellon
    H Mellon 2 months ago +110

    Seriously, AJ has never deserved the stick heโ€™s gotten from the fans. Heโ€™s always been a positive influence for boxing and a good champ. Heโ€™s made some mistakes, aka getting on the mic after the Usyk fight but the man is always honest. Hope he finds a way back to the crown.

    • Lee
      Lee 2 months ago +7

      He deserves all the hate he gets. After that childish, pathetic tantrum he had after Uysk schooled him the 2nd time, then throwing Usyk's belts out of the ring.

    • H Mellon
      H Mellon 2 months ago +7

      @Lee grow up Lee

    • Lee
      Lee 2 months ago +3

      @H Mellon It's AJ who needs to grow up, literally looked like a little 2 year old girl throwing her toys out of the pram

  • Yinka Omolaja
    Yinka Omolaja 2 months ago +44

    Take it or leave it, this guy is cross continental. Heโ€™s just blessed with a natural and magnetic aura. Iโ€™m his fan with or without belt.
    Go for it AJ. Youโ€™re always a Champion

  • ahijah sellassie
    ahijah sellassie 2 months ago +93

    Damn I hate that he feels like that, I can't imagine the pressure feeling like you let a nation down, I hope he knows he didn't!

    • DD
      DD 2 months ago +2


    • 12 Brutalrounds
      12 Brutalrounds 2 months ago


    • deathfromabove592
      deathfromabove592 2 months ago +3

      He has millions and millions of pounds.. dont cry.

    • Jovanz TV
      Jovanz TV 2 months ago +16

      @12 Brutalrounds so many weirdos on this app heโ€™s literally accomplished everything and you have achieved nothing in life

  • DeepakSingh
    DeepakSingh 2 months ago +58

    โ€œDo you feel like you need hard at this stageโ€โ€ฆโ€yeahโ€ฆpause..โ€ 7:30 ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    • Andy W
      Andy W 2 months ago

      I dont get it

    • The True Squad
      The True Squad 2 months ago +3

      ye I saw this in another vid from another camera in this interview lol

    • The Meticulous Assassin
      The Meticulous Assassin 2 months ago +3

      โ€œAt this pointโ€ ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ his voice is funny too. Then afterwards he talks about sixpacs and how aj looks stronger ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    • Bez11
      Bez11 2 months ago


    • DB
      DB 2 months ago

      โ€‹@The Meticulous Assassin๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • paul alexander
    paul alexander 2 months ago +26

    He seems a lot better mentally. The pressure that was on his shoulders seems to have been lifted.

    • BarryB
      BarryB 2 months ago +1

      i agree yes. he seems normal now. he was acting weird

    • Mac Weed
      Mac Weed 2 months ago +1

      I wasn't a fan of aj but im starting to like him now he has dropped that media trained alter ego crap

    • BarryB
      BarryB 2 months ago +1

      @Mac Weed same here

  • Shingirai Bondai
    Shingirai Bondai 2 months ago +11

    Loosing is not failure, giving up is failure. ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฟ


    If you respect Joshua, Joshua gives you the respect back, very humble guy, very friendly, but if you choose the disrespect you in the wrong place, please respect Joshua is done lots for Boxing and open lots of doors, I'm a Joshua fan for life, amazing fighter, amazing human being... His parents giving him a very good education very on earth human being

  • Charlie David Arnott
    Charlie David Arnott 2 months ago +53

    I really like Anthony Joshua. Great fighter and an even better person. Hope he does well again!

    • Happy Wednesday
      Happy Wednesday 2 months ago +1

      Charlie, I have some good news you like men too ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

    • Charlie David Arnott
      Charlie David Arnott 2 months ago +4

      @Happy Wednesday I do like men. I've had some great male role models in my life. Also, why wouldn't I like men? I am one!

    • Happy Wednesday
      Happy Wednesday 2 months ago

      @Charlie David Arnott My radar on point ๐Ÿ”Š ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿฝ

    • Charlie David Arnott
      Charlie David Arnott 2 months ago +2

      @Happy Wednesday Yep, your profile looks on point too. ๐Ÿ‘

    • Searching for Ufos
      Searching for Ufos 2 months ago

      Forget all that nonsense, this is boxing. AJ needs to win vs Franklin. If he loses again, i am not supporting a loser, I will be a Fury fan

    BAALADON 2 months ago +9

    @ 7:38 " Reporter: Do you feel like you need hard at this point ? "
    Anthony: "Yeah. PAUSE. "

    • deepvision
      deepvision Month ago

      had to look a liitle too far for this but glad to see i wasnt the only one!๐Ÿคฃ

  • Illuminated Skeletons
    Illuminated Skeletons 2 months ago +66

    I've not been his biggest supporter but he did not let people down. In fact it's his pride and in this case caring too much about what people think that seem to have negatively affected him. Perhaps if he storms through Franklin (not a given), he can regain his old persona in the ring but also a new freedom out of it. There's no shame in losing a boxing match.

    • rindz_os Retty
      rindz_os Retty 2 months ago +4

      He let everyone down the way he behaved after the second defeat by Usyk and throwing the belts out of the ring.

    • Cutler Lon
      Cutler Lon 2 months ago +2

      @rindz_os Retty That's very true. But I think it's important to consider where he gets such strong delusions from and why he thought he had any chance to begin with. In my opinion he's being used and manipulated as a cash cow by people who just want to make millions out of the Fury fight. There's no friends in that business. I just hope he doesn't end up in the ring with Wilder. That would be a massive mistake. Fury would humiliate him over 6-8 rounds but Wilder will knock his block off inside 3.

    • Jovanz TV
      Jovanz TV 2 months ago +2

      @rindz_os Retty okay but he apologised on how he acted Iโ€™m sure heโ€™s forgivable because of that

    • Mikhel Brown
      Mikhel Brown 2 months ago +4

      โ€‹@Cutler Lon What a load of crap! A.J was the Champion and Usyk was his mandatory. He fought his mandatory, and lost twice. Every Champion lose his belts, in the end. That's just how it is.

  • Mateen
    Mateen 2 months ago +42

    Big respect to AJ. Boxings a very hard sport, only a few make it to the top aswel. man's a G, made it. no matter wt ppl say on his day he will get back to the very top.

    • FreeAgent
      FreeAgent 2 months ago +1

      How? There are no more paper champions like Martin Whyte and Parker out there

    • The True Squad
      The True Squad 2 months ago

      @FreeAgent whyte a champion?

    • FreeAgent
      FreeAgent 2 months ago +1

      @The True Squad that green belt looked like the real WBC belt my fault

  • Vรต Duy Vฦฐแปฃng

    His head seems in right place, nothing but the best for the champ. Could be amazing comeback act. Good luck my boy Anthony

  • S.A
    S.A 2 months ago +6

    Never give up AJ you are the real champion for giving others that opportunity โคโคno lost and sacrifice no gain

  • Kelvin Chuks
    Kelvin Chuks 2 months ago +4

    Portrait of a true Champ! Wish you a great win AJ, luv from Nigeria

  • shughl1
    shughl1 2 months ago +5

    That was a really good question AJ asked about the IBO belt, we keep hearing the popular trope about "FOUR BELT ERA" when there are other titles such as the IBO, which people go back and forth with recognising/not recognising, it's strange and the fact that AJ pointed this out shows how weird it is.

    • Stephen Rodgers
      Stephen Rodgers 2 months ago

      Chris Eubank jr is two time IBO Champion and gets no credit for it at all and never gets spoken about as a world champ, it's so frustrating because ultimately it IS a world title, not AJs biggest fan but glad he brought this up.

  • D
    D 2 months ago +16

    Go for it AJ you still a loyal supporter here. All the best bro.

  • Alan Butterfield
    Alan Butterfield 2 months ago +3

    Your great ambassador for the boxing world and still a fabulous boxer. Keeping going Joshua your still my favourite boxer, I never lost the faith. Regards Alan B

  • No Limits Travel
    No Limits Travel 2 months ago +2

    I've always supported aj win or lose always been humble and honest. Respect to a real champ ๐Ÿ†

  • Matrix Genie
    Matrix Genie 2 months ago

    Iโ€™ve met Anthony and he truly is a gentleman and peoples champ, so loving and caring to his supporters x

  • Polynesian Warrior
    Polynesian Warrior 2 months ago

    I'm an AJ fan from the Fiji Islands.
    I wanted AJ to always win I was disappointed when he lost but am still an AJ fan.This is boxing this guys give there life to entertain us.Just like AJ said no one is perfect.
    Still my favourite heavyweight
    Warrior . Fijian Fan ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ฏ ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ฏ ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ฏ ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ฏ ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ฏ ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ฏ
    God is Great Jesus is my saviour

  • Garvin Lesporis
    Garvin Lesporis 2 months ago +5

    It is difficult to not like him. He is blessed. Recognise his not perfect.

  • Jimmy Wong
    Jimmy Wong 2 months ago

    I relate to how awkward AJ is a person sometimes. Man should be proud of how far he has come.

  • Chidi EP
    Chidi EP 2 months ago +1

    Let's Go AJ!! One step at a time. Win this one and on to the next!

  • Carmen
    Carmen 2 months ago

    AJ comes off as a cheerful, fun loving gentleman in interviews. I like him. I've noticed fight week looks like fun for everyone, lots of smiles. It seems like a nice break before the main event. After April 1st, I'd really like to see Wilder v AJ! I think their styles would make for a GREAT fight.

  • FGI
    FGI 2 months ago +13

    After watching everything unfold with this Luke fury circus, my respect for AJ has gone up even more, never ducked anyone, made the fight easy with usyk and was willing to win back the titles in the rematch.. itโ€™s clear who was ducking โ€ฆ MR LUKE FURY

    • Lee
      Lee 2 months ago

      Oluwafemi ducked Fury in December, hence he's fighting an absolute nobody this weekend.

    • Bobby B
      Bobby B Month ago

      @Lee after Joshuaโ€™s public breakdown in the ring after the second loss to usyk, he had no business going in with fury that quick!
      It was always gonna be a rebuild job and throwing him in with fury right after that loss to usyk woulda been shameless

  • ian robertson
    ian robertson 2 months ago +1

    You let no one down a fantastic ambassador for boxing I wish you all the best aj top man

  • Warren Horrocks
    Warren Horrocks 2 months ago +3

    Great questions to start that off. Staying friendly but hitting him hard

  • barry matthews
    barry matthews 2 months ago +18

    I like this aj .no bs unlike another certain heavy weight. Just pure class . Really hope we get to see the fights he mentioned.

  • Happy Wednesday
    Happy Wednesday 2 months ago +2

    I've bet against AJ too many times, and he has proved me wrong (not everytime) but 2 out of 5 times he did so I'm done betting against him now.

  • Hudaifah_Ebu
    Hudaifah_Ebu 2 months ago +4

    Forget the people, can never please everyone. Ive said this previously, you need to get over those demons from ruix Jr first fight. Let those hands go and not worry about getting knocked down again.

  • Dead_fish_follow_the_stream

    People donโ€™t like good people
    Respect this guy how he carries himself

  • Jerome Rimson
    Jerome Rimson 2 months ago +15

    This is what i've been waiting for... AJ has grown up to the facts of life....He's a Man now, he talks like a man not an idol... A man who now understands who he really is and who mature job is Kickin' Ass!!!! Bet the house on him......

  • Kevin Mitchell
    Kevin Mitchell 2 months ago

    AJ every time he steps in the ring is putting his life on the line so he ain't letting nobody down, anyone can throw a jab and a Combination from the Comfort of there Sofa. All I can say to AJ all the best Champ and do the best for you as when AJ steps into the ring and they say Seconds out he is on his own all the best AJ and I hope he becomes a three time World Champion ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿฟ

  • ADE
    ADE 2 months ago +2

    Getting in the ring takes balls, no apologies needed

  • Yasmin
    Yasmin 2 months ago +10

    You didnt let. No one down . Ima proud of what . U did . Weather u lost or not .

  • Jibril Ajani
    Jibril Ajani 2 months ago +8

    AJ winning everyone back with that quote

    • Jay Kamar
      Jay Kamar 2 months ago

      Lol. Heโ€™s suppose to win in the ring not with a quote. Talk is cheap

    • Jibril Ajani
      Jibril Ajani Month ago

      @Jay Kamar he also won in the ring

  • Tector Pettersson
    Tector Pettersson 2 months ago

    Sad to see how boxing hurts the brain on such a young fighter

  • __Last
    __Last 2 months ago

    Ive respected AJ from day one. He may not be the most gifted fighter or even the best but ive never seen him put on a front. What you see is what you get and hes not ashamed to admit he let people down because im sure he but at the end of the day hes gotta continue and keep dreaming for big things while he still has the body and mind for boxing.

  • Paul Harding
    Paul Harding 2 months ago +2

    The only people Anthony has let down are those โ€œfansโ€ who are only there when Anthony wins.

  • HecticSheff
    HecticSheff Month ago

    See what I mean people donโ€™t consider the fighters mental health at all, the fact he believes heโ€™s let people down is messed up to be honest! Your a true champ aj

  • Stickii
    Stickii 2 months ago

    @0:56 How can AJ forget the guy from Manchester when that guy's son is fighting on his undercard ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Raees
    Raees 2 months ago +7

    I've disliked aj since he got given a gold at the Olympics and I always called him a hype job but only recently i have come to be a fan. He's got lots of nerve to step in the ring with usyk twice while fury be shaking in he's boots๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. I wish nothing but the best for aj moving forward, he's a real spartan๐Ÿ”ฅ

  • Tomiwa
    Tomiwa 2 months ago +19

    Letโ€™s go Aj

  • Mark
    Mark 2 months ago

    I could invent the Global Boxing Federation Title (GBFT) and fight my grandad for it but it would mean zero. All these governing bodies destroyed boxing. How it takes Rahim to explain that to a former world champion is beyond me. I respect him as an athlete, he is one of the few who is never out of shape but he's thick as a plank. A small boy from the village which the Nigerian people will understand.

  • Dwayne Belvett
    Dwayne Belvett Month ago

    People don't understand how difficult boxing is, even without all the popularity AJ had at the pinnacle of his career. We also forget that, bar a few fighters, all the greats had Ls on their record. What I think is, because boxers nowadays generally have fewer fights during their career to preserve their health in comparison to the previous era, 3/4 Ls on your record looks worse when you've had 35 fights 1than it would if you had say 55 fights. I believe it depends on WHO you fight, too, and AJ, bar Wilder, fought everyone, so he deserves big credit for that. I'd still like to see that fight, too ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ

  • natasha bass
    natasha bass Month ago

    Great interview love aj he give us good fights

  • michael m
    michael m 2 months ago

    After all the nonsense between Fury and Usyk it's good to hear AJ is in a positive place and wants to get back to his best and always looking to improve, looking forward to this fight and Joyce vs Zhang when it comes, these are fighters that want to fight!

    • Lee
      Lee 2 months ago

      Always looking to improve? By fighting an absolute nobody in Jermaine Franklin?

    • Jay Kamar
      Jay Kamar 2 months ago

      Lol. Looking to improve by fighting bums ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Donn Harris
    Donn Harris 2 months ago

    AJ needs direction. He is a great man who I think has lost his way. He pulled it back together - somewhat - after the Ruiz loss, but this second round of hardship has been more difficult to navigate, and that's understandable. He's a deep, profound man, and in public he's had trouble giving us a through-line to his true self; he has flickered through various images from the humble loser to the defiant ex-champ on the way back. For now I think AJ would do better to keep away from microphones and do less thinking out loud in public. I'm rooting for him against Franklin. I would love to see him get his aggression back so that he could give us his best self against Wilder. Then maybe we could talk redemption, and next steps. For now, it's Jermaine Franklin, an OK test, the right fight for now. Then we'll see.

  • Jo Mama
    Jo Mama 2 months ago +7

    AJ there's no need to knock fanklin out just bruise him up a little bit, you still got the win.

    • x158
      x158 2 months ago

      Why? We there to watch knockouts. Go big or go home. No pitty patty against low level opposition.

    • Chr
      Chr 2 months ago

      If you want to be the real no.1 in the division you can't have this timid mindset

  • alan blenkinsop
    alan blenkinsop 2 months ago

    Good statement AJ concentrate on yourself and your training program for your next fight ๐Ÿ‘

  • Pandemic Prisoner
    Pandemic Prisoner 2 months ago +1

    Can't see him being champion again while Usyk is around. Still, he put stadium fights and Saudi on the menu for future generations.
    Now hes in phase 2 of his career, both as a wiser man and one thats lost a few fights. Hopefully he can settle with one trainer, and rebuild. There's still some big money fights out there for him regardless of titles.

  • AV
    AV Month ago

    aint let nobody down !!! we win we loose we come back i love the fact he said he wants fury wilder and joyce !! thats big hes looking for war and no easy cop outs so if he fights all them guys we all get some great fights to look back at

  • Mo So
    Mo So 2 months ago +3

    Danm you aj this guy is so likable he's humble and doesn't sugar coat shit gotta respect that ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ’ฏ

    • Jay Kamar
      Jay Kamar 2 months ago

      After been schooled twice by Usyk. Iโ€™ll be damned if heโ€™s not humble. What else does he have to brag about ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • astan fartin
    astan fartin 2 months ago +1

    one of the nicest kids ... blokes

  • Charles Gould
    Charles Gould 2 months ago

    Humble God bless and protect all our warriors.

  • Iron Sharpens Iron
    Iron Sharpens Iron 2 months ago +1

    Ainโ€™t let no one down brother!

  • J Sharpe
    J Sharpe 2 months ago

    Good luck AJ ๐ŸฅŠ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝโ€ผ๏ธ

  • Bassman 1000
    Bassman 1000 2 months ago +4

    No disrespect to Chisora, but when Fury fought him for a third time I lost all respect for Fury. All the great things he did before like fighting Klitchko and Wilder in their own back yard, that all went out the window when he had the cheek to offer another great champion a 70/30 purse split. Who the hell does he think he is? Fury a ๐Ÿคก for that. The only way to redeem himself is to clean up the heavyweight division, which I guarantee you he wonโ€™t do. Come on Joshua get back those belts and prove you are the more worthy champion. We need more fighters like you, who will fight everybody and anybody, unlike that WBC joker.

    • The True Squad
      The True Squad 2 months ago

      as you already know
      he believes he's the best heavyweight of all time, man of the people, a fighting man, would fight for free etc
      come on you already know the GYPSY KING TYSON FURY!!!!
      there's your answer

  • Soufiane Lelienhof
    Soufiane Lelienhof 2 months ago

    Aj you never let me down as a fighter and as a man either champ youre a great man and even the great have to fall to becone the gratest and that you are and will be.

  • L'z187
    L'z187 2 months ago +2

    AJ aint let no one down he done it all hes reached heights we dont normally reach being from where we from nuff respect to the brother dont worry about pleasing people fuck all a that do you my guy โœŠ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ฏ

  • basie2k91
    basie2k91 2 months ago +2

    ๐Ÿ˜‚ Boxing social just hijack the interview! ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Anthony Bolaji
    Anthony Bolaji 2 months ago

    Boxers are going to challenge AJ mentally, physically etc in America.they don't care that he's a celebrity there.The best environment to be in for him.... hopefully motivate him to fulfill his potential

  • Lynne Thomas
    Lynne Thomas 2 months ago

    for 11years ive followed aj....champ from start to finish

  • Bud Jablonski
    Bud Jablonski 2 months ago

    Joshua has elite self awareness.

  • Baron Von Walrus the Third

    Rahim is by far the best interviewer we have in boxing.

  • bengolfs1
    bengolfs1 2 months ago

    Anthony Joshua was getting pretty annoyed with all the retirement questions.

    DAVID HEWITT 555 2 months ago

    He's got the tools to beat any heavy weight
    It's ashame his stamina don't last when he let's his fists go in the ring
    He should be proud of what you have accomplished
    No fighter will ever beat usyk not even fury as he's pricing himself out the fight
    His dad's his biggest fan lol

  • InoHeat Limited
    InoHeat Limited 2 months ago

    Looks like AJ ended up with sequels since Andy Ruiz fight
    Wish him best of luck ๐Ÿคž

  • Robert Wilson
    Robert Wilson 2 months ago +1

    I don't think AJ is being real here - he wants to be undisputed before he wants the money. But after he lost to Uysk it's hard for him to think that - so now he's saying it's about the money. But he should be real with himself. He still wants to beat Usyk

  • ABOVEBOXING private training

    Well said ๐Ÿง  4:50

  • R.J. Reilly
    R.J. Reilly Month ago

    Stylistically wilder, fury and Franklin are very different โ€ฆ however if Joshua canโ€™t knockout Franklin, (who is the worst of the three mentioned) then I donโ€™t see what chance he has with wilder or fury

  • DannyChampion ๐Ÿ†
    DannyChampion ๐Ÿ† 2 months ago +1

    Heโ€™s always better when heโ€™s a tad nasty. In & out the ring.

  • Kay Jay Ess
    Kay Jay Ess 2 months ago

    he didnโ€™t get nearly the same support he gets now compared to when he had the belts, why are people now wanting to big him up when heโ€™s basically just repeating what everyone had been saying to him when he had the belts

  • Cookie dog
    Cookie dog 2 months ago

    See aj protecting Eddie how can u not like aj man. Proper fella from the endz. Cmon aj big win this weekend pls

  • Movie Fan
    Movie Fan 2 months ago

    Good interview that ๐ŸฅŠ

  • Anthony Hayes
    Anthony Hayes 2 months ago

    man I really think Ant bout to go on a long run of wins.

  • Cam Wells
    Cam Wells 2 months ago +3

    Was this Rahims interview and someone hijacked it ?

  • Locky
    Locky 2 months ago

    To be fair AJ has fought all his mandatories and the plus side for AJ most where over the hill (being honest) but unfortunately the new men who are far hungrier and better have got his measure since he was annihilated by Andy Ruiz Junior, if we was being completely honest AJ would be lucky to be in the top 6 - and as he is fighting someone who IS NOT IN THE TOP 15 OF ALL BOXING AUTHORITIES NEXT - team AJ obviously donโ€™t have much confidence in him - itโ€™s over - thatโ€™s life !! Long live Tyson Furry ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  • Alex Reid
    Alex Reid 2 months ago +6

    Iโ€™m just gonna say it and I know a bunch of yโ€™all will hate itโ€ฆ.but, Tyson Fury wouldnโ€™t be where he is today without AJ.

    • Oscar Oringwood
      Oscar Oringwood 2 months ago +3

      He brought people back to the sport ๐Ÿ’ฏ

  • Anthony Evans
    Anthony Evans 2 months ago +1

    Aj what a fighter

  • ๐ŸฅŠ The Punch Drunkard ๐ŸฅŠ

    Fair play man, even after all the bullshit, he still won't stick the knife into Fury

  • Race Car Friends
    Race Car Friends 2 months ago +5

    LMAO @ Pause! ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜† 7:30

  • Leila Marish
    Leila Marish Month ago

    Aj ๐Ÿ’ฏ is the champ Always Wil be and his gonna rule again his The real King ๐Ÿ‘‘๐Ÿฆ๐ŸฅŠ Always strong ๐Ÿ’ช great fighter ๐Ÿ‘Š never look back ner give up get in the ring wit a big smile My Champ ๐Ÿ˜Šit's time to Champ Let's Goooo Champ ๐Ÿ’ฅ๐Ÿ’ฅ๐Ÿ’ฅ๐Ÿ’ฅ๐Ÿ’ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ Respect to the great Real Champ ๐ŸฅŠ Always Wil be my Champ ๐Ÿ’ฏโคโคโคโคโค

  • KB
    KB 2 months ago +5

    As Ali put it nicely, Champions are not made in the gym but by a deep desire inside them. AJ was a champ made in the gym and wasn't ready to go on his shield and happily quit or went into survival mode. Look at Wilder by contrast... fewer skills, getting smashed all over the place, nearly unconscious, but still willing to get up and fight hoping he could land that right hand and get his belts back.

    • Taโ€™nia Marie
      Taโ€™nia Marie 2 months ago


    • Searching for Ufos
      Searching for Ufos 2 months ago

      I give respect to Wilder. Fight 2 of the Fury vs Wilder trilogy. the first fight was a draw then Fury got more serious. And Fury was knocking down wilder, wilder couldent cope with it, wilder's corner thru in the towel and wilder wanted another fight with Fury and the 3rd fight. Wilder didnt want the towel thrown in again and he fought a good fight until Fury knocked him out

  • Abdul Rahman
    Abdul Rahman Month ago

    AJ till I die๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ

  • John Smith
    John Smith 2 months ago +1

    Just a punterโ€™s opinion, but I feel Joshuaโ€™s identity to ego ratio has levelled out, and he is becoming a likeable human.

    • The True Squad
      The True Squad 2 months ago +3

      he has always been likeable
      he is no more humble than he was a few years ago lmao

    • Searching for Ufos
      Searching for Ufos 2 months ago

      AJ is a Pro boxer he isnt supposed to be liked, but win in a boxing ring. Fury is the opposite, fury is loud, aggressive and he never lost a fight in pro boxing, he is 33-0

  • Jimi Hughes
    Jimi Hughes 2 months ago +1

    Radio Rahim almost struggling to get a question in was interesting. AJ must win over Franklin.

  • Craig
    Craig 2 months ago

    That's not right.
    He didn't let anybody down.
    The fact is that he'd been guided by his manager, and he was believing his own hype.
    He could have beaten Usyk, but for some reason he didn't use the finishing instincts that he used to have.
    I don't think AJ has the mental toughness to be world champion.
    But for everything he's already done, and achieved in boxing and in life, he'll always be a winner.
    I think he should look at retiring. He's got money, and he's not going to be a legitimate champion.
    He needs to try to find the next chapter in his life.
    And the only thing that Rob McCracken did, was train Carl Froch, the guy with the least head movement in boxing, who got by, by being as hard as hell, and impossible to knock out. Hardly Cus D'Amado is he? But isn't it too late, to get a better trainer, now??
    I actually think Fury would have been a very good trainer for AJ. I really do. Both in movement, and in character.
    If AJ and Fury ever fight, AJ will get knocked clean out.

  • Leila Suley
    Leila Suley 2 months ago +10

    Come on aj!!

  • Chr
    Chr 2 months ago +1

    He let down the casuals, who thought usyk was another beatable opponent, hence why theyve disappeared and the o2 ticket sales have been poor

  • Ish
    Ish Month ago

    if you give up because you lose and let other peoples opinions discourage you then you wont get very far in life.

  • Boogeh
    Boogeh 2 months ago +3

    Poor fella carried the weight of a Country on his shoulders for years. He never let anyone down he has been fantastic. Love you AJ.

  • ingi ingi
    ingi ingi 2 months ago +4

    Unlike fury AJ is not a ducker

  • Paul Baker
    Paul Baker 2 months ago +1

    AJ needs to stop doubting himself,total unit of a man,he should just go all out and smash the shit out of people,unleash the inner Mike Tyson and he will be unstoppable

  • Non PC Brigade
    Non PC Brigade 2 months ago

    I'm so excited your back.

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    • Ricky Watson
      Ricky Watson 2 months ago


    • Happy Wednesday
      Happy Wednesday 2 months ago

      Andy Ruiz wants his McDonalds back and he will take the 3rd fight to get it