Nigeria’s British-born Anthony Joshua weighed in at 111.725kg ahead of his tittle fight against Russia’s Alexander Povetkin at Wembley on Saturday.
The IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight faced his Russian counterpart for the last time at the weigh-in in Islington ahead of the fight.
Potvetkin weighed in 11kgs lighter than Joshua at 100.698kgs
According to The Telegraph of UK, a confident-looking Joshua went face-to-face with Povetkin at the weigh-in 24 hours before the title fight.
“I’m going to have to put on my dancing shoes – he’s going to be quick,” says Joshua, who is significantly heavier than Povetkin.
“I’m a physical strong guy, I know how to box and it’s going to be a good fight.
“I’m chilled out. Proper relaxed. My trainer said to me: ‘Don’t stress now – because you’ll look back at these days as the best of your life’.”
“He’s had a great career, he’s only lost once to Klitschko.
“He finds a way to land shots and when his shots land they have a huge impact.
“If Anthony Joshua’s on the end of one of them then he’s in trouble.
“Yes, he’s 39-years-old, but he’s got loads of experience.