Joshua vs Klitschko Live: Champ Joshua set for £15MILLION payday in Wembley Stadium super-fight

Joshua eats when he feels hungry Joshua vs Klitschko Live during training for a big fight and definitely puts it away.Before he has even had breakfast, the Brit fighter will have already polished off a large smoothie made with fruit, yoghurt and porridge oats.Breakfast is FIVE EGGS served with wholemeal bread, smoked salmon, avocado and apple juice.At lunchtime he will devour two large chicken breasts, with green vegetables, sweet potato and brown pasta.

Event: Wladimir Klitschko vs Anthony Joshua
Date: 29th April
Venue: Wembley Stadiam,London
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Joshua trains twice a day, with a longer session in the morning, recovery in the afternoon and boxing later in the day.There is a lot of work on his lower body, as the the power for a knockout punch comes from the glutes, hips and legs.He also does sprint sessions on an indoor bike trainer and rowing machine for cardio conditioning — combined with 40-minute canal runs.Joshua’s physio uses massage and acupuncture, where needles are placed about 5cm into the muscle to help prevent injury.Many athletes soothe their aching bodies in ice baths after intense training sessions — but Joshua is not a fan.Instead, he uses a hi-tech recovery machine which pumps compressed air on to his muscles and has a similar effect.

2017 brings with it one of the biggest boxing fights in history.Anthony Joshua will take on Wladimir Klitschko in a mouth-watering heavyweight bout later this year.The fight is scheduled for Saturday April 29, 2017, at 10.30pm.The duo will collide at Wembley Stadium, in London.Klitschko is coming off the back of a loss to Joshua vs Klitschko Live Stream .AJ, meanwhile, has beaten Dominic Breazeale and Eric Molina — both American fighters — since he downed Charles Martin at the O2 Arena last April.Joshua has held the IBF heavyweight title since April 2016, having previously held the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles.

But what are the odds of him retaining the belt — and winning the vacant WBA (Super) and IBO heavyweight titles — come April?AJ is currently favourite with the bookmakers.The British Olympic athlete can be backed at 2/5 with as of 2.30pm on April 10.The towering Ukrainian can be backed at 9/5 against with Sportingbet as of April 10..Paddy Power and Stan James have the same odds, with Skybet offering odds of 7/4.Both fighters were interested spectators as Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko tipped the scales before Saturday’s Sky Sports Box Office collision but the next big heavyweight fight could already be in the making.

Ahead of Anthony Joshua’s huge bout with Wladimir Klitschko, it’s not just the fighters who are putting in hours of preparation.The pair will meet at Wembley on Saturday night, and as the two men prepared to weigh-in on Friday, it was the venue that was really getting ready for the occasion.Just under a week after the second of two sensational FA Cup semi-finals, Wembley needs to be transformed from a football stadium to the location for boxing’s biggest fight of the year.And that means hundreds of staff at the national stadium need to lay down a new floor, set up seating and build the ring for the big fight.Promoter, and Sportsmail columnist, Eddie Hearn posted a picture of the process to his Instagram account on Friday with the caption ‘The build is underway!’

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However, the stadium organisers have admitted that fans, some of who have paid over £300 to be at the fight, could get wet.The stadium’s official Twitter account warned fans that the roof would not necessarily keep them dry in case of rain.Please note, Wembley has a sliding roof that does not cover every seat. Please dress appropriately in case of any adverse weather.’Joshua has called the fight ‘another stepping stone towards greatness’.April 29 is just another stepping stone towards greatness.‘Any fight is the right fight. To you guys, you want certain types of Joshua vs Klitschko Live Fight… I never shied away from any fight, any opponent.‘I could have said I’m not ready, but no problem — I just embrace every opportunity.

‘Failure is not trying; there is no fear and I don’t underestimate any opponent.’Ricky Hatton holds the current British PPV best of 1.2m for his 2007 loss to Floyd Mayweather Jnr in Las Vegas.Joshua’s fight will cost fans at home £19.99 and if, as expected, the numbers soar to around 1.5m it would bring in almost £30m.With Wembley packed to its 90,000 capacity, gate revenue from tickets that ranged from £60 up to £2,200 is calculated to be in the region of £8m.On top of that, TV station RTL add in the region of £4m to the kitty for live coverage in Germany.American cable giants HBO and Showtime also have a contract to show the fight live in the US that has cost them £2m. TV rights for the rest of the world are bringing in £1m, with sponsorship and merchandising bagging £1m each.

That already makes for a payday of around £47m — with the total set to go even higher.In contrast, David Haye’s fight on pay per view against fellow Brit Tony Bellew last month pulled in only 890,000 buys.Beaming promoter Eddie Hearn said: “Of course Joshua vs Klitschko Live there is a lot of money at stake.“With all these things, you can do the maths.“I don’t like breaking it down to figures — but you know the pay-per-view price and you know the capacity of Wembley.“Anthony and Wladimir know the levels of income that could be achieved — but I don’t think it’s in their minds.

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