Anthony Joshua shows off bulging biceps as he 'unlocks the knots' in training ahead of Oleksandr Usyk fight

ANTHONY JOSHUA looks like he's ready to fight Oleksandr Usyk right now after showing off his ridiculous biceps in his latest training video.

The British heavyweight champion, 31, is preparing for his massive clash with the Ukrainian at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium next month.

And Joshua looks in superb shape as he gears up for the fight with a view to taking on Tyson Fury in an all-British unification fight in the future.

AJ was meant to fight the Gypsy King, 33, this summer but the fight was called off after Fury was forced to take on Deontay Wilder in the third and final fight of their trilogy.

But Joshua has maintained his focus and appears in good nick as he readies himself for a monster fight in North London against Usyk.

The Brit ace uploaded a pair of pictures on his Instagram sharing his post-workout warm-down routine – using a £225 'massage gun' from Pulse Roll.

AJ captioned the snaps: "Unlock the knots @pulseroll".

The massage gun is scientifically proven to aid muscle recovery and can help reduce soreness the next day while also increasing blood flow, helping to flush painful lactic acid away.


But Joshua will not have it all his own way at Tottenham's stadium in September, with Usyk looking in phenomenal shape himself.

The 34-year-old will embark on only his third fight at heavyweight as he meets WBO, WBA and IBF king Joshua on September 25.

Usyk unified the cruiserweight division, and decided to step up into the land of the giants.

Some critics claim the Ukrainian will be 'too small' to become a world champion.

But judging by his latest training photos, skinhead Usyk should hold no fear on his big night under the Tottenham Stadium lights.

Earlier this week, Joshua shared the heart-pumping trailer for his upcoming fight.

And fellow Brit David Haye reckons AJ will be able to overpower his opponent using his jab thanks to his fearsome size.

Haye said: "AJ is 6ft 6in and an absolute specimen. He's one of the best athletes ever in the heavyweight division.

"That just spells knockout defeat for Usyk.

"I just don't see AJ having any problems.

"I'll tell you exactly what punch it's going to be – a jab, right hand and then a straight jab again.

"The jab will knock out Usyk. He will knock Usyk out with a jab."


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