Matchroom organizer explained Joshua’s trip to America.
Eddie Hearn believes that Anthony Joshua must make changes before his revenge with Oleksandr Usyk.
Usyk won the British WBA, WBO and IBF belts at the end of September with a clinical and controlled technical demonstration.
It is a rematch that awaits 2022, but Usyk is now considered the comfortable favorite, such was his superiority in London.
At DAZN, Hearn answered questions about Joshua and his recent trip through America to visit the gym.
“Everyone keeps saying to me, ‘Who do you think is the best coach for AJ?'” Hearn began.
“I said it’s just the person he believes in, he feels comfortable with and can put him on the podium and change the direction of a fight at the right time. Rob McCracken is his coach, his mentor, his advisor.”
He then explained that the reasons for the trip were not as dramatic as some had assumed.
“The journey was not about identifying a new coach, it was about learning and new environments. I think he needs to change his environment.
“I think it’s a good move for him. He’s been to Sheffield since he was 18, he’s 14, and it’s a great camp. But he’s God there, and in Britain. What he liked about coming here, he could have breakfast, he could go to the gym and he was not bullied all day, every day. ”