Watch Anthony Joshua rap to Skepta as heavyweight prepares for rematch against Oleksandr Usyk with Dubai training camp

ANTHONY JOSHUA recently provided an update on his preparations for Oleksandr Usyk at Expo 2020 in Dubai – where he surprised attendees with some impromptu rapping.

After speaking about all things boxing, Joshua lightened the mood as the event began to wrap up.



The DJ then began playing the instrumental to grime superstar Skepta's classic with brother JME 'That's Not Me', which AJ began rapping to.

But he opted against singing the lyrics to the song, opting instead to rap the words to grime classic 'Doin' It Again'.

As the podium descended, Joshua said in a video captured by DJ Dan Greenpeace: "What do you mean, what do you mean?

"I'm, I'm doing it again. They tried to stop me but I'm doing it again.

"Skepta, yeah, I'm doing it again. Boy better know that I'm doing it again."

Joshua, 32, briefly broke out into laughter before the DJ dropped a couple of air horns.

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And the former unified heavyweight champion then gave out a shoutout to the DJ by shouting: "Selecta!"

Boxing fans were quick to comment on the viral clip, with one saying: "He’s loving it, man."

Another said: "What have I watched?"

And another merely said: "Bars."

Joshua is currently preparing for a potential do-or-die rematch with Usyk, who schooled him in their Tottenham tussle last September.

The pair's second bout was initially targeted for late March but is now in the works for April.

Watford warrior Joshua has vowed to exact revenge on the undefeated Ukrainian, telling Sky Sports: “I have high expectations of myself.

“That’s why I felt like when I lost the first time I never made excuses but I had my reason.

"I took my loss but I knew I would get it back. So I just brushed that one. But this one hurt because I was 100 per cent.

"There were no problems. Everything was cool. I just went in there and just lost to the better man on the night, and it hurt.

"But it gave me motivation to pull myself out of that position. Mentally it killed me, and I fought my way back, and I will redeem myself."

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