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Anthony Joshua adds two new pad men to revamped training team as he bids to win back heavyweight titles from Andy Ruiz Jr

talkSPORT Friday, 8 November 2019
Anthony Joshua has made two new additions to his coaching team as he bids to win back his heavyweight titles next month in a crucial rematch against Andy Ruiz Jr. The Daily Mail claim the Watford-born fighter has made some final touches to his training camp, with both Angel Fernandez and Joby Clayton joining his […]
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