Anthony Joshua gets Goodluck wish from Dr Dre.

Nigerian Boxer Anthony Joshua has gotten a new Fan and his no other person but American HipHop legend Dr Dre.

The American Hiphop legend had a video chat with Anthony Joshua. Were he (Dr Dre) wished Anthony Joshua Goodluck in his upcoming fight against Wladimir Klitschko. Scheduled for 29th April 2017 at Wembly Stadium. 

In his words Dr dre said.

“I wish you goodluck men, right now you are one of my favorite fighters. I was out with some friends last in the studio, we were looking at some of your highlight man, the most popular saying was OH’ SHIT”

Full transcript:

: You’re one of my favourite musicians, straight outta Compton, the film you did, unbelievable, what you’ve been doing, still grinding. How’s the gym going? You still banging weights?

Dre: Yeah right after this, I was out with some friends last night in the studio and we were looking into some of your highlights man, the most popular saying is ‘oh s***’

AJ: That’s what I just said when I saw you on the phone, I was like oh s***.
Dre: Good luck this Saturday man, you probably won’t need it. Thank you for everything you’re doing with Beats.

AJ: Nah don’t mention it, it’s amazing because, you know how it is, when you come from the ground up, tough guys like you, Alex obviously, bringing it to fruition, making these things possible, and you lot are projecting our story to a different audience, so it’s amazing because, that kid from there is projecting his message to a massive through your channels, it’s amazing.

: Thank you so much man, just trying to be inspirational as much as I can you know

: You still remember where you come from

: Oh yeah, absolutely

It’s crazy how far you’ve come

: Good luck to you man this Saturday

: I was listening to Dre – Let Me Ride, I was listening to that yesterday, and some BG knockout, you still bang all those tunes man.

Joshua came face to face with Wladimir Klitschko at the final press conference in west London on Thursday, the undefeated champion revealed his plan for bringing down his veteran opponent.

​Having won all his 18 professional fights through Knock Out so far, he issues this health warning to Klitschko: ‘I’m not into 12-round boxing.’I will feel him out in the first round. 

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