Susanna Reid left speechless after Anthony Joshua's bizarre antics during live interview on GMB | The Sun

ANTHONY Joshua left Susanna Reid speechless when he bizarrely started shadowboxing during their live television interview.

The former two-time unified heavyweight champion appeared on Good Morning Britain to promote his eagerly-anticipated comeback fight on Saturday night.

But he left the GMB host stunned when he started throwing combinations midway through their conversation.

AJ started throwing left and rights in his seat when Reid began discussing a potential Battle of Britain with long-time rival Tyson Fury.

Reid couldn't quite believe her eyes and completely stopped talking as the Watford warrior did a brief shakedown in front of millions of viewers.

Prior to his shadowboxing antics, Joshua was asked by GMB co-host Martin Lewis if he'd fight Gypsy King Fury if he wins this weekend.


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Joshua, 33, replied: "That would be an honour, honestly.

"The WBC heavyweight champion of the world, to be able to compete for the title again in the summer.

"I would love that opportunity. If you're asking me, yes, I would take the opportunity for sure."

Before AJ can start thinking about a multi-million-pound showdown with Fury, he must first take care of business against Jermaine Franklin at The O2 on Saturday night.

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Joshua's clash with the American will be his first since back-to-back defeats to pound-for-pound king Oleksandr Usyk – who is seething following the collapse of his undisputed showdown with Fury.

And the Olympic gold medallist admits a third defeat on the bounce could spell the end of his illustrious career.

He said: "How long can this run go on for, three or four years?

"And you know how quick time goes.

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“We’re saying this now and we can look back in two years, three years, and be like f***ing hell where’s the time gone?

“So, if I was going to do another run after this, you’re talking about fighting into my forties and I truly believe that boxing is a young man’s sport, 

“It takes a real solid character like Bernard Hopkins, George Foreman, Wladimir Klitschko and Alexander Povetkin, to go on into their forties.

“But I think this is a run I want to make successful and then, you know, hopefully, go out on top.”

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