Fans all saying the same thing as Anthony Joshua's ex-coach shares footage of AJ showing 'raw aggression' in training | The Sun

ANTHONY JOSHUA has been urged to return to his old coach Tony Sims after training footage of the pair was shared.

AJ turned professional in 2013 with Sims and just three years later the heavyweight won the IBF title.

Sims continued as head trainer up until 2016 when Joshua knocked out Dominic Breazeale.

But in his next fight, against Erik Molina, AJ linked up with his former amateur coach Rob McCracken.

Sims would then take an assistant role in the corner before departing from Joshua's camp in 2019 before a shock loss to Andy Ruiz Jr.

The British superstar, 32, most recently fell to defeat against Oleksandr Usyk, 35, his second to the Ukrainian in 11 months.


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But before the Saudi Arabia rematch, he parted ways with McCracken and hired American mastermind Robert Garcia.

Joshua is now on the comeback trail and eyeing a return in December amid surprise talks with Tyson Fury, 34.

And after Sims posted throwback footage training with AJ, fans and even Brit boxing legend Nigel Benn called for the two to reunite.

Benn said: "It would be so good to see you guys working together again, you got history."

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Another added: "I’ve said it so many times. I believe he needs to go back with you. Get that raw aggression back."

One said: "The link up that needs to be reunited."

Another commented: "Get the dream team back together."

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