Joshua tells Sky: I'd clap him on his jaw right there
World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua and challenger Kubrat Pulev came face to face for the final time on Friday at the weigh in ahead of their highly anticipated showdown on Saturday, and tensions seemed to boil over as both fighters showed signs of frustration.
Veteran Pulev is an underdog going into the fight, but told reporters they "will see tomorrow night" as the two exchanged verbals.
AJ weighed in slightly heavier than his last outing, at 240lbs, with Pulev just 1lb lighter, and the handshakes from earlier in the week were seemingly a mere memory. Joshua again going on Pulev saying "he like to think he's a warrior", and threatening to "take his soul" tomorrow night as the two collide.