Anthony Joshua has the weight of a country on his shoulders, and a fighter with true heavyweight pedigree in the ring across from him.
Add to that 90,000 screaming fans watching outdoors Saturday night at Wembley Stadium, and there's plenty of potential trouble for a fighter born the same year that Wladimir Klitschko began boxing.
The fact Joshua is taking it so all so calmly says a lot about his chances of becoming boxing's next biggest thing.
"It's not complicated," Joshua said. "It's not rocket science. I'll win."
Just five years after winning the heavyweight gold at the London Olympics, Joshua meets Klitschko in a classic matchup that...