Anthony Joshua trains with Floyd Mayweather as he prepares for Oleksandr Usyk rematch


However, while Joshua has been open to working with different personnel ever since his surprise loss in September, he’s yet to settle on a new full-time coach after more than a decade of being guided by Rob McCracken.

He’s previously been in America working with the likes of Canelo Alvarez’s illustrious trainer Eddy Reynoso and Ronnie Shields, but is yet to publicly confirm whether he intends to outright replace McCracken or bring in someone to work alongside him.

His promoter, Matchroom boss Eddie Hearn, said last month he felt his client needed to experience a different environment having become too comfortable with his iconic status in the UK.

“I feel it might be time to move on from that environment because when you’ve been there since you were 18 and you go into GB and Anthony Joshua is everywhere, he’s a god,” he said.


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