Anthony Joshua Begins Camp Training Next Week For April 1

He has been searching for an opponent and trainer.

Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn reveals that Anthony Joshua has identified his new coach and will begin training in the USA for his return to the ring on April 1. Joshua’s next opponent is yet to be officially announced, but reports have said that Australia’s Demsey McKean is up next.

Hearn hasn’t revealed who the trainer is for the former heavyweight champion, but he will announce it later.

Robert Garcia recently trained Joshua for his fight against Oleksandr Usyk last August, but the 33-year-old wanted to replace him after the defeat.

Joshua is still optimistic that he can return to the levels before Andy Ruiz Jr. dominated him in 2019.

“I know who the new trainer is; it’s quite a personal thing really,” Joshua’s promoter Hearn said to the DAZN Boxing Show.

“I always like AJ and any fighter to come out and announce that with his team. He is going to train in America, and he’ll start that camp in the next week, so you guys will get the news soon.”

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