Wladimir Klitschko is looking forward to face Anthony Joshua come April 29, who he believes is a copy of him.
Klitschko lost his IBF and WBA title to Tyson Fury and will try to win those titles back, when he fights his old sparring partner.
“We look alike, size-wise. Arm length is pretty much the same,” the 41-year-old said.
“Biceps? Maybe in this smaller t-shirt (he points to a smiling Joshua) you look better. Punching power, we don’t need to talk about.
“There are a lot of equal things. Preparation, camp, altitude training, nutrition. We can name a lot of things. The more I look at it, it’s a copy. Different, but in a certain way it’s a copy.
“But I’m obsessed with my goal to raise my hands after the fight and leave the ring as the winner.
“After having the experience in my last fight (against Tyson Fury)…I’m not happy with that. But this obsession, in other words, is like a threat going through my heart and my mind, and I totally love it.”