21 Aug

Joshua apologized for his behavior in front of the public and Usyk

Former WBA / WBO / IBF world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) apologized to the public for how he behaved after losing to Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) in a rematch on August 20 .

After the fight, Joshua grabbed the microphone and emotionally said too much.


“Alexander, I wish you continued success in your pursuit of greatness. You are a first-class champion,” he began on Instagram.

Recall how Joshua freaked out after losing to Usyk.

“Yesterday I had to mentally plunge into the abyss to compete for the championship belts! I had two fights, one with Usyk and the other with emotions, and both defeated me. Anthony sprinkles ashes on his head. I admit I did wrong. I acted purely on emotions, and when you don’t control them, it’s not very normal. ”

“I love this sport so much that from now on I will be better. Respect,” summed up the ex-champion.