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According to The Sun, Joshua's team are now upset that Amir seemingly had his wife apologise for the 'misunderstanding'. This afternoon, Faryal added: 'Sometimes you can live with someone for years...In an tweet sent this morning, Faryal wrote: 'I've been quiet for some time... Everything that's going on is just not right and a complete misunderstanding.'The screenshots sent to Amir were "fake" and Amir thought Joshua and I were speaking... Anger took the better of him and he tweeted away without thinking there was absolutely NO truth to it.'It's all cleared up with both teams now and again, there was NOTHING like that going on. Let's get on with life now...' Amir then retweeted his wife's note, then personally messaged Joshua, adding: 'Glad all is cleared up and all lies. but you still really don't know them.' It comes after a British woman suffered horrific injuries and will be scarred for life after she was allegedly glassed by a jealous air hostess while partying with Khan.Joshua admitted he was finding it hard to relax before the event, saying he'd been in a 'mental battle' in the days leading up to it.He said: 'I don't want to get so excited that the jar gets too full and starts to explode before I've even had the fight." and Amir said the same to her as well.'She swung up her hand to hit me and I blocked it but she smashed the glass into me with the other hand.'I went down. I couldn't see and I thought I was going to go blind.'With a huge gash above her eye and glass embedded in her cheek, the brunette was helped into an ambulance by security. Amir and his brother said they couldn't come with us because it would be bad press.'I understand but I would have expected him to find out what happened to me when he left.'I think all he could think about was how it would look in the papers.' Ms Hannides said police told the woman to pay a fine of 1,000 dirham which is around £200 and if she wanted to take it further, she’d need to surrender her passport and remain in Dubai until the court case.
Anthony Joshua, 28, appears in The Fight Of My Life, a film about his preparation for his match against Wladimir Klitschko in April this year.
'You're constantly in a mental battle like ''Do I stay relaxed? '' Because of what it is so you're in a mental battle to deal with this type of occasion.'The moving film also saw Joshua reveal his desire to remain a normal person, while also being someone that his fans can look up to.'I don't want to be a boxer that's so detached from the public that people think ''yeah he's good, but I don't think I can achieve that".
'I want people to feel like they can achieve it, because "he's still a local kid he's still a local boy.
His mother Yeta Odusanya, 51, gives a rare interview in the documentary Most often seen dominating the ring or squaring up against opponents at weigh-ins, the documentary offers a rare glimpse into Joshua's low-key family life outside of the sport.
It shows Joshua, 28, training at the gym when his family surprise him with a cake and cards.