Anthony Joshua returns to his amateur gym, will he knock Robert Garcia?
Via Charles Brun: Anthony Joshua visited former amateur gym Finchley ABC today for a number of reasons. It’s unclear if this is yet another attempt by 32-year-old Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) to retool his skills after nine years of playing professionally.
Joshua is clearly on the bottom of the sea, losing a second time to Oleksandr Usyk on August 20 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Should Joshua replace Robert Garcia?
As we saw after AJ’s final loss, he eliminated his coach Rob McCracken, and you have to wonder if he is about to do the same with his new coach Robert Garcia. .
Although Joshua has improved every step of his game, he still hasn’t done enough for him to get the win over Usyk. So, Is that enough reason for Joshua to give Robert Garcia the boot?
If this was war and Garcia was a defeated general, you could argue that Joshua, the supreme leader, would have no choice but to reduced Robert’s command and replace him. Garcia didn’t do the job, and for that, he needed to get the rug out from underneath him.
Boxing is a form of war, so Joshua can fire Robert Garcia and find an excellent coach who can address the flaws in his fight that the current coach from the US has abandoned. via.
Who will be Joshua’s new replacement coach? That is a good question. There are many excellent coaches from Eastern Europe that would be ideal for Joshua. That might be what he needs because he would never beat a boxer like Usyk with his current hasty approach taught to him by Robert Garcia.
“He [Joshua] told Hearn he wanted to fight in November. Hearn replied that he could arrange a fight in December, not November,” Robert Garcia told Izquierdazo.
Back to where it started, far from where it ended, I love this game pic.twitter.com/w0zWz2fK0r
– Anthony Joshua (@anthonyjoshua) August 29, 2022
“But Anthony replied that he wanted to fight as soon as possible because he didn’t want to be seen as a loser. He said he wanted to come back soon and win.”
“If the war takes place in December, not much time left, only four months. He may rest for a few weeks, but we will continue to train and be in better form for December,” said Garcia.