Anthony Joshua Trains with Tyson Fury’s Former Coach Ben Davison
Nigerian-born British heavyweight boxer, Anthony Joshua is currently training with Ben Davison, a former trainer of his rival, Tyson Fury.
●3rd October 2023
Anglo-Nigeiran heavyweight boxing superstar Anthony Joshua has been making headlines for his decision to train with Ben Davison, Tyson Fury’s former coach. While Joshua will continue to work with his current coach, Derrick James, who led him to victories in 2023, he is currently training at the Ben Davison Performance Centre.
According to KD, Joshua’s camp manager, this move is part of Joshua’s desire to stay active and maintain his peak form. KD stated, “Anthony Joshua wants to be very active,” indicating that Joshua is not letting his guard down even in the off-season.
“He’s currently ticking over; he’s down at the Ben Davison Performance Centre at the moment. He’s ticking over with Ben and Jamie TKV; we had him in our camps in Dallas a couple of times.
Ben Davison, known for his successful work with Tyson Fury, particularly during his sensational comeback in 2018, will now contribute to Joshua’s training. After guiding Fury to a controversial draw against Deontay Wilder, Davison was in Fury’s corner for several fights, including bouts with Otto Wallin and Tom Schwarz. However, he was later replaced by SugarHill Steward.
The most talked-about fight currently is between Joshua and Deontay Wilder. Negotiations for this mega-money matchup have faced challenges recently, with Saudi Arabia backing out as the host country. Promoter Eddie Hearn has hinted that Joshua might consider other opponents in December if the talks with Wilder do not progress as expected. This situation is generating significant anticipation among boxing enthusiasts worldwide.
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