Anthony Joshua says he’s no longer under any form of pressure again after knocking out Robert Helenius at London’s O2 Arena on Saturday.
Recall that Joshua claimed the 26th victory of his professional career with a thunderous seventh-round stoppage of last-minute opponent Helenius.
While it was a spectacular finish, Joshua faced boos during the third round before jeers returned by the halfway markm following another pedestrian round
Expressing his delight, Joshua said that he doesn’t feel pressured anymore and can’t wait to fight Deontay Wilder.
“I don’t feel pressure any more. Remember I am not a heavyweight champion, I leave that to the other guys. I am just a contender trying to make my way.
“Any time is a good time to fight. It could have been Wilder eight years ago or Wilder now. It don’t matter,” Joshua insisted.
“It is only a fight and boxing