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NO MORE MR NICE GUY

Joshua takes aim at Ruiz and Lewis as he prepares for makeor- break rematch, writes Matt Christie
BUSINESS FACE: Joshua sees no sense in playing the good guy anymore

ANTHONY JOSHUA has dismissed concerns from Lennox Lewis and claimed that a “lucky punch” was the reason for his dramatic loss to Andy Ruiz Jnr in June. Joshua, eager to impress in New York, dropped Ruiz in the third before walking on to a left hook from which he never really recovered. Fans inside Madison Square Garden were still reeling from the shock by the time the then-WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight champion was stopped in the seventh.

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RUSSIAN ROULETTE – Anthony Yarde enters the lion’s den when he challenges Sergey Kovalev MIND THE GAP – Examining 10 cases when British fighters have stepped up in class NO MORE MR NICE GUY – Anthony Joshua takes aim at Andy Ruiz and Lennox Lewis MUCH, MUCH MORE – Including the tournament designed to find a successor to Muhammad Ali