Klitschko backed to fight in his 50s

The film begins with Joshua depicted as a baby in Watford shortly after he was born in 1989

Anthony Joshua has revisited the journey that took him from teenage tearaway to world heavyweight champion in the build up to his April 29 fight with Wladimir Klitschko.

Joshua, who now holds Fury's former IBF heavyweight belt, will be battling the Ukrainian at Wembley on April 29 to add the WBA (Super) and IBO belts to his own.

The much-anticipated fight is Klitschko's first return to the ring since his shock points defeat to Fury back in November 2015.

Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury have become embroiled in a heated verbal spat via social media.

Bruno, who won the WBC title in 1995 before losing it to Mike Tyson a year later, joined in the debate on Twitter. "Same offer as last time. x2 ringside tickets, don't bring a plus one - it's for your fat ass". "Know your place chump or I'll come back and KO you!"

Joshua, who faces Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley later this month in front of a post-war record crowd for a fight in Britain of 90,000, insisted Fury's inactivity is the only reason they are yet to meet.

"I'm that confident I can smash Joshua when we fight (that) I'll do the victor takes all. I ain't going nowhere".

'At this moment I can tell you he's in fantastic shape and he's physically and psychologically on a top level.

Joshua shot back: "Shut up and give me a date when you'll be back!"

Fury and Klitschko twice agreed a re-match but the bout was postponed initially because of Fury's ankle injury and again due to the British fighter's mental health problems. It has been a real journey from growing up in Watford to fighting at Wembley Stadium.



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