Anthony Joshua is not going to be making any main adjustments forward of his rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr, in response to the Brit’s coach.
Rob McCracken was criticised within the wake of AJ’s shock defeat to Ruiz Jr final June, with some calling for Joshua to modify trainers.
Joshua dismissed these solutions as nonsense and McCracken has now hit again at claims he ought to be axed.
‘I think those comments are predictable,’ McCracken informed the Sportsman concerning the criticism he has confronted.
‘You have folks within the sport who take a look at the negatives and you’ve got those that attempt to make it higher and make it work going ahead.
‘It’s nothing I care an excessive amount of about. Me and Anthony have an ideal relationship, he doesn’t simply prepare with me, he trains with a wide range of folks through the years, however I’m the top coach while he desires me to be head coach.
‘He’s an ideal guy, we get on very properly and I imagine he can obtain different nice issues within the sport.
‘There’s at all times new faces [in training camp] however the actuality is that I’m Anthony’s lead coach, I’ve been since he turned skilled.
‘There are new faces as well and they’ll change into extra apparent as we go on. We have an enormous workforce of individuals and we’ve at all times had that.’