Football heavyweight Jose Mourinho discusses Man Utd job before Anthony Joshua title win

As for Joshua, the super-heavyweight Olympic gold medallist of 2012 insists he is grounded after winning his first world heavyweight title with a 16th straight career stoppage.

“I ain’t gonna get too carried away,” he said. “Every fight gets better and better.

“It’s not just about power. It’s about speed and precision.

“[Martin] was big and brave enough to bring his title to the UK. Respect to him.”

if the latter beats Wladimir Klitschko in Manchester this July.

David Haye, fresh out of retirement, is also an option for 26-year-old Joshua.

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