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Mike Tyson's Role in Francis Ngannou's Camp for Anthony Joshua Fight Revealed

Mike Tyson’s involvement in Francis Ngannou’s training camp for his boxing debut against Anthony Joshua has been unveiled, shedding light on the heavyweight’s preparation for his upcoming showdown.

Ngannou’s remarkable transition from UFC to boxing caught the attention of the combat sports world when he faced WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury last October. Despite his MMA background, Ngannou displayed impressive boxing skills and resilience, pushing Fury to the limit over 10 rounds and even securing a notable knockdown.

One factor contributing to Ngannou’s success was the presence of legendary heavyweight champion Mike Tyson in his camp. Tyson’s wealth of experience and knowledge proved invaluable as he provided advice and guidance to Ngannou during training.

However, for Ngannou’s upcoming bout against Anthony Joshua on March 8, Tyson’s involvement in the camp has taken a different turn. Speaking to All Out Fighting, Ngannou revealed that Tyson did not participate in this training camp, as Ngannou’s own trainer was present.

Although Tyson’s direct involvement was limited in the camp for the Fury fight, he still played a crucial role by visiting multiple times to observe training sessions and offer advice based on his observations.

Despite the absence of Tyson in the upcoming camp, Ngannou remains focused and determined as he prepares for his highly anticipated clash with Joshua. While the challenge ahead is daunting, Ngannou has shown his ability to rise to the occasion, earning praise from former boxing star Amir Khan, who believes the fight is within Ngannou’s reach.

As the countdown to March 8 continues, Ngannou’s camp remains committed to fine-tuning his skills and developing a winning strategy. With or without Tyson in his corner, Ngannou’s dedication and determination set the stage for a thrilling showdown in the heavyweight division.

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