By Jeff Powell For Mailonline
Published: 00:54 BST, 16 June 2019 | Updated: 01:19 BST, 16 June 2019
David Haye believes that Anthony Joshua was not battle-hardened enough to protect his world heavyweight titles against the brutal onslaught from Andy Ruiz Jnr which produced one of the biggest ring upsets of modern times.
The inference from another of Britain's now ex-champions is that Joshua is a more impressive gym specimen than seasoned warrior.
That seems a harsh judgement on an Olympic gold medallist and multi-belt world champion but Haye - who will be a spectator at ringside here for Tyson Fury's latest comeback fight, against Germany's Tom Schwarz - said: 'Physically you can't question AJ.
Anthony Joshua lost his world heavyweight titles in shock loss to Andy Ruiz Jnr this month
'In a dead-lift competition he'll beat you. But how about the boxing? How about punch for punch. How about