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Digital Subscriptions > Boxing News > 10-Sep > ‘I CAN’T CHANGE EVERYTHING’


But Joshua believes he can change enough to beat Ruiz Jnr in the rematch, writes Matt Christie
HEADSTRONG: Joshua greets the written press in London

ANTHONY JOSHUA still looks like Anthony Joshua. The same hulking arms still hang from the same broad shoulders. Anthony Joshua, clad in the same branded sportswear, still looks exactly like a world heavyweight champion should. Promoter Eddie Hearn still sits on one side of him and trainer Robert McCracken still sits on the other. It all looks the same as it’s always looked.

But the man in the middle is not the world heavyweight champion anymore. That lofty title crumbled when Andy Ruiz Jnr dropped him four times in seven dramatic rounds in a miserable New York debut three months ago.

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