Anthony Joshua tells Joe Joyce that he can concentrate on his ball trimmers. This is a hilarious taunt.

ANTHONY JOSHUA warned Joe Joyce, a friend-turned-foe, to forget all about their possible fight and to just focus on the flogging of todger trimmers...


ANTHONY JOSHUA warned Joe Joyce, a friend-turned-foe, to forget all about their possible fight and to just focus on the flogging of todger trimmers.

Watford's ace AJ is 32 and he wants to concentrate on his August 20 rematch against Oleksandr Usyk (35), who is WBA, IBF, and WBO champions. However, AJ has been noticing the prickly taunts from Team GB, his former sparring partner.

The 36-year-old Joyce has called AJ a chinny businessman who was lucky at the Olympics, and has called for a miracle to defeat the Ukraine southpaw.

Joshua reacted after seeing a Juggernaut June social media advertisement for electric trimmers.

Joshua is sponsored by Hugo Boss and Lucozade. Joshua said that he and his sponsors are trying to promote something and become businessmen. He's promoting ball trimmers, while I'm not.

"What is good for him, is not good for me." He shouldn't be punished for his behavior.

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Joyce believes AJ received a few local decisions on his journey to London 2012 gold. He was also fast-tracked for a world title and had to chip away at Rio 2016 disputed judging that left him with a Silver.

Although the Putney star has displayed a remarkablely strong chin to become WBO No 1, AJ claims it is his sharp tongue which has made him a hit.

He stated that he doesn't have the chin of Joe Joyce, and that he wouldn't be able to take the punches that he takes.

"But good fortune to him. He's on my list, but he'll be able to get what's coming his way.


"I believe he needs the fight, he's older. His record is not impressive, he's been to 13 fights. He needs it, I believe."

Joyce will be the Baddest Man on Earth if he does manage to get a shot at AJ.

Joshua stated that prize-fighting is about honoring your brothers and giving them a chance to make a living. That's what Mike Tyson said.

"It's what prizefighting is all about, and if I live up to what my icons taught me, 100 percent I'll give Joe an opportunity."

AJ has fired Rob McCracken, his long-time mentor, to make way for Robert Garcia, a Mexican-American.

Tyson Fury's offer of Tyson Fury to train him in preparation for the PS100million clash was firmly rejected.

The undefeated WBC Heavyweight Champion, 33, insists he's retired, but he trains twice a days and is expected to race into a fight against the winner of AJ or Usyk’s sequel.

Joshua stated, "He's an intriguing character, but I wouldn’t take his assistance."

"I've done mine, he has done his. Good luck to him now."

Fury could learn a valuable lesson if he reclaims the world titles next month. AJ said: "He will return for sure, and if he desires the fight, then it is on.

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"It's not up to us as he has to make that decision.

"But I'm certain he will fight again."