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22 April 2017, 01:24 | Andy Ferguson
Anthony Joshua fights next Saturday
Fury said: "I do think it's a tiny bit soon for Joshua, but I do wish him all the best and I hope he wins".
Anthony Joshua is just days away from a world heavyweight title fight with Wladimir Klitschko in front of the largest British boxing crowd for almost 80 years, but the Briton says he would rather be facing former champion Tyson Fury. That's what I thought.
As well as starring Joshua himself, whom the agency spent several days interviewing, the film features his mother Yeta, with whom he still lives, and his cousin Benga Ilyemi, who first introduced him to boxing.
"AJ talks about having 10 years left in boxing, so part of me doesn't want to rush, but we're rushing into the Klitschko fight". I'd love him to have all the belts, but as Tyson Fury found out, that's not really possible.
'When he returns, I'm sure I'll still be here'.
Now, a more experienced Joshua has his eyes firmly set on adding the WBA heavyweight world title to his collection - but needs to go through the former champion Wladimir Klitschko to do so.
"Twitter is about communication and it's just communicating", Joshua said.
Joshua faces Wladimir Klitschko in a bid for the WBA title
Fury labelled Joshua a "poor man's Frank Bruno" on Twitter in a reference to the popular British heavyweight of the 1980s.
And the 27-year-old has warned Fury he is next on his list once he beats Klitschko.
The build-up to Joshua's meeting with Klitschko has been dominated by respect rather than resentment, with neither fighter renowned for trash talking.
"Everything in between; all the things I have done and all the people that have supported me, have made me who I am and this film illustrates that".
'I just find it so disrespectful.
'If I was the GOAT I would never worry about who is behind me. "But I would have gone back and forth".
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