After filming in Saudi Arabia with Brit, Anthony Joshua's body-double meets Oleksandr Uzyk ahead of the rematch fight

ANTHONY JOSHUA had his body double meet with Oleksandr Uzyk to take a photo of the two heavyweights in Saudi Arabia before their eagerly awaited..

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ANTHONY JOSHUA had his body double meet with Oleksandr Uzyk to take a photo of the two heavyweights in Saudi Arabia before their eagerly awaited rematch.

Brit Joshua met Usyk for their first time since September 2021.



Joshua's double approached Usyk’s team

Initial suspicion was expressed by the Ukrainian

After taking a photo, the pair parted ways.

Usyk, who was carrying the WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight titles with him, left Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. He outclassed Joshua in his backyard.

They will be reuniting at the squared circle in Saudi, where they will clash on August 20.

Joshua shot some promotional shots at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium while also enlisting as a body double.

Joshua didn't need the lookalike to film his shots so it was saved time.

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Joshua stated on Matchroom's YouTube channel, "Have You Seen the Body Double?"

He's a great guy. He is from Brummie.

"I could tell all the things he has been in that you wouldn’t even [realize].

"He's been in Lynx, he was with Under Armour and he was with Lucozade. A Nigerian program, he is now Saudi.




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He's a great guy and we use him a lot.

It was at a promotional event that took place later in the day, where Joshua's double met Usyk.

The double asked Usyk and his crew if he was a fighter when he approached them.

He replied: " No, no, I'm a banker."

The two of them then took a funny photo and parted ways.

Joshua said that he would get the credit he deserves after stepping back into the ring with Usyk.

In an interview with ESPN, he explained that he feels when he beats Usyk, i'll get the credit I deserved again

"And I'll get admiration because I'm a true boxing hero."

"I fought in 16th bout for the heavyweight title; it felt kind of overlooked.

"This is my 12th title bout in a row. I feel like sometimes, even though we sell out arenas and it's great to be popular. I don't really care about that stuff." I just want respect for the division.