Anthony Joshua denies claims he had panic attack before Andy Ruiz Jr fight

  • Boxer also says he was not suffering from food poisoning
  • Joshua to stick with trainer Rob McCracken

Anthony Joshua has denied he had a panic attack or was suffering from food poisoning before his shock loss to Andy Ruiz Jr but has said he will continue to work with his trainer, Rob McCracken.

“There was no contaminated food. I know there’s a lot of accusations or worries about what was wrong with me,” the British heavyweight said in a video released on his YouTube channel.

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