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His face was cut and bruised during the interview, from a training session earlier that day. Haye was a speaker at Advertising Week Europe in London earlier this month. The quotes that follow are a combination of what he said on stage, and an interview with Business Insider after his appearance. World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options.

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It indicates the ability to send an email. Twitter icon A stylized bird with an open mouth, tweeting. As we discuss his two other defeats as an amateur, Joshua selects his second loss at the European Championships, also in , as a way to understand his troubled background. So I went back to Watford and started hanging around with my mates. I have an opportunity with boxing that I believe in.

I am going to focus all my energies in boxing.

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Another court case actually got me into boxing. I was facing a long sentence … and when I beat that I decided to start boxing.

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Was this earlier case also cannabis-related? There are idiots inside and this is when you realise what you are dealing with in prison.

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I was on remand in Reading for two weeks. It could have been 10 years. Joshua shakes his head bleakly at his narrow escape but then brightens. But I was on tag for over a year and that helped. I became so disciplined when I was on tag. I started reading because I learnt that so many champions educated themselves. People who do crime do it for reward.

Through crime your ambitions are low. And I enter them polite and humble.

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And yet I like the fact Joshua has not swapped his council house in Golders Green in north-west London for a swanky penthouse. So I am doing more investments rather than buying luxury things. You can make a lot of money in boxing — but you have not come from an educated background. I chatted to him as much as possible.

I wanted to see how a champion operates and I achieved that. I also got to showcase some of my skills. When I last spoke to Klitschko he was effusive in his praise for Joshua — both for his prowess between the ropes and his maturity outside the ring. Klitschko told me he had no doubt Joshua would follow him as the dominant force in the heavyweight division for years. But Wlad, who has an Olympic medal and is the second-longest-running world champ after Joe Louis, can give me these unbelievable props. The Ukrainian is 39 and it is surely unlikely he will still be fighting in another 18 months when Joshua may be ready to challenge him.

You know boxing. A great world champion and the new prospect would be a huge fight. My gut says it will definitely happen. What makes a champion great is how he dethrones the guy before him. Look at Mike Tyson against Trevor Berbick and how he crushed him. You have to rip the title away from him. In order to become a great you have to beat the current champion in totally dominant fashion.