Anthony Joshua keeps his head cool! Heavyweight champion plunges into ice pool for world title fight against Andy Ruiz Jr while insisting he doesn't underestimate his opponent
- Anthony Joshua has uploaded a picture of himself in an ice bath on Tuesday
- The undefeated boxer makes his American debut at the beginning of the following month
- He will meet Andy Ruiz Jr. at Madison Square Garden in New York on June 1
How do you stay cool for your first fight in the boxing mecca? Anthony Joshua seems to have the right idea.
The undefeated British boxer will make his American debut in a heavyweight world title match against Andy Ruiz Jr. at Madison Square Garden in New York on June 1.
And he performs the right preparation, immersing in an ice bath on Tuesday morning.
Anthony Joshua dipped in an ice bath and he also posted a picture of himself that was relaxing
Joshua endorsed the photo on his Instagram: & # 39; What could be cooler than being cool?! & # 39;
The IBF, WBA and WBO champion also emphasized that he did not underestimate Ruiz and that he was a & # 39; champion & # 39; level hunter.
& # 39; It's not how you look – it's a craft, a skill & # 39 ;, he said. & # 39; What is in your heart and mind is ultimately important.
& # 39; Andy has shown that he has it all, he can fight and box, that's what it's all about.
& # 39; I think Andy is a big challenger and will bring it on June 1. I only heard that & # 39; AJ will beat him in a round & # 39 ;.
The undefeated British boxer will make his American debut at Madison Square Garden on June 1
Joshua insisted on not underestimating his opponent Andy Ruiz Jr. (see above)
& # 39; From the outside, they think everyone can pack, so how is the man who doesn't look like a fighter able to box?
& # 39; I always say that if you put ten bodybuilders in the ring, not one of them could fight for a regional boxing title.
& # 39; Take me out of my body but keep the same attributes and length, the same jab, the same chin, the same heart and the same spirit, but I looked different – I would still be in the same position I am in because it is what there is in you that makes a champion.
& # 39; He's enthusiastic, he's a game and you can't beat him. He can fight and he has hands. He gave a world champion in Joseph Parker many problems. Andy is definitely champion level, and I haven't underestimated him a bit. & # 39;