Date: 7th April 2016 at 5:03pm
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We?re a day nearer the big event this Saturday evening, a night whereby we?re hoping that Britain?s Anthony Joshua will emerge as the new IBF heavyweight champion of the world.

However David Haye, who is on the comeback trail and fancies a crack at a version of the heavyweight title himself, has had a few words of warning for young Anthony Joshua.

Haye, remarking on the fact that Prince Charles Martin is the first south-paw Haye has faced, has commented,

?It could be a very tough night if he isn?t fully prepared to adjust to counter the awkward southpaw attacks.

?You have to reinvent your style, change the angle of your hook and change the angle of where your hands are held up.

?If Joshua holds the same stance he did against Dillian Whyte in his last fight e will have big problems.

?He will have to do something completely different, otherwise he might have to take some big shots before he can land his own.?

We reckon Joshua will have been well-briefed on the perils of facing a south-paw and his sparring will reflect that.

The clash of styles might stop Joshua getting close but let?s see what happens when he connects flush on Martin?s chin with that first punch, then we?ll know what kind of fight we?re set for!