ANTHONY JOSHUA celebrates his six-year anniversary of knocking out Wladimir Klitschko – leaving fans all saying the same thing.
The heavyweight pair put on a fight for the ages on April 29, 2017 in front of 90,000 at Wembley Stadium.
And Joshua got up from the deck to beat Klitschko in round 11 after a series of knockdowns throughout the thriller.
Replays of the final stages of the fight had fans begging to see a return of the AJ that forced Klistchko into retirement.
One said: "Man this AJ needs to come back."
Another commented: "Miss that AJ."
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One added: "And then he started to box. Need the old AJ back, he was a wrecking ball."
Another agreed: "This AJ version would beat Fury."
Joshua, 33, returned at the start of April with a points victory over Jermaine Franklin, 29.
And he is now in line for a super-fight against Deontay Wilder, 37, in December in Saudi Arabia.
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Promoter Eddie Hearn jetted out to Riyadh for talks and teased the prospect of the blockbuster in a tweet.
Hearn posted: "6 years ago today one of the greatest nights in heavyweight boxing history #JoshuaKlitschko – we are working hard to bring you another one very soon!"
Joshua also all-but confirmed he is due to fight Wilder this year in a video posted on TouTube.
He said: "That's what's happening, you know what's going on."
Asked if the fight was going ahead in December, Joshua replied: "It's public news we're getting it down, throwing it down in December."
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