Joshua is ready for his United States debut.
Boxing fans in the United States have been waiting for boxer Anthony Joshua to make his American debut. The heavyweight titleholder is undefeated but hasn't fought yet in the U.S. That is all going to change on June 1st at Madison Square Garden when he takes on Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller in a fight that could set up a super fight with either Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder. Earlier today we reported how Miller was upset about a "bitch ass rematch clause" which would give Joshua a second chance if he loses. TMZ caught up with Joshua and asked him about it and well, seems like the UK fighter isn't too worried about all the noise.
"To be honest, after I finish him, I don't think he'll want a rematch anyway ... so I'm not gonna focus on that," Joshua explained.
During a press conference on Tuesday to promote the fight, Miller shoved Joshua, but once again, the UK fighter didn't seem to care and brushed off the altercation as "just playground stuff."
With American fans finally getting a glimpse of Joshua, there will be tons of pressure on the UK boxer to pick up the win, especially considering he is the favorite heading into the fight.
Who do you have winning?