Anthony Joshua threatens to break terrified students’ ‘glass jaws’ in halls of residence
Anthony Joshua’s loss to Oleksandr Usyk leaves Fury 'wounded'
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Anthony Joshua has been caught on camera dishing out a warning to a group of terrified university students after he was let into their halls of residence. The students had heckled the former heavyweight champion over what they saw as a reluctance to face Tyson Fury in a mouth-watering all-British scrap.
AJ and Fury have so far been unable to get into the ring, despite the money and interest that would inevitably be on offer. The former’s defeat to Oleksandr Usyk and the latter’s retirement claim after defeating Dillian Whyte have since made the fighr even more of a long-shot, and the frustration may be weighing on Joshua.
Students supposedly teased the notion that the 32-year-old was afraid to fight Fury, who remains undefeated after 33 professional fights. In eye-opening footage, the towering Joshua was shown delivering stern words to the students, who were unsurprisingly stunned into silence. “Remember you’re running your mouth because when I start cracking your glass jaws, none of you will like it,” he said.
“When your jaws start breaking and people start chasing you out of this uni, none of you will like it. Watch your mouths because you don’t know who you’re talking to sometimes. All that public eye b*******, I ain’t into all that.”
Joshua trains at Loughborough University, where a witness told The Sun: “I don’t think they expected him to retaliate and I don’t think they’ll be doing something like that again. But why would you target one of the toughest guys on the planet?”
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