Anthony Joshua issued a chilling X-rated warning to Otto Wallin as he raged during his face-off with the Swedish heavyweight.
The pair will trade blows on December 23 in a stacked Saudi Arabia card which also features Deontay Wilder against Joseph Parker.
And AJ didn’t mince his words when he came face-to-face against Wallin, who inflicted 47 stitches on Tyson Fury during his points defeat in 2019.
Wallin suggested in Wednesday’s press conference that Joshua’s career is ‘on the way down’, claiming he peaked in 2018.
The Watford native wasn’t having any of his suggestions as he insisted he will knock the 32-year-old out.
And the 2012 Olympic gold medalist also referenced Wallin’s current promotional situation with Dmitry Salita.
Salita attended the presser at Wembley, despite Wallin’s insistence that he is now a free agent.
In a video shared by Queensberry Promotions on X, Joshua repeatedly said: “You don’t control your business?”
He then stated: “He’s here representing you, but you don’t know what he’s doing here? Control your business.”
AJ continued: “Good luck anyway. I will f*** you up December 23, I promise you. Trust me.
“Don’t shake my hand after as well, if you’re talking s***, don’t shake my hand after. Good luck.”
In response, Wallin remarked: “I’m not here to make friends.”
Prior to their heated face-off, Wallin said of the two-time heavyweight champion: “Getting this fight, I am so ready for it, I have been waiting for it for a long time.
“I think we both have a good idea of each other.
“Joshua had his peak maybe around 2018, he deserves a lot of respect, he has come from humble beginnings.
“Now I feel like he is on his way down, on his way out, and I am going to help him and win this fight.”
While Joshua failed to show Wallin any love, he was all smiles with rival Wilder in London as the pair embraced following their latest breakdown in talks over a blockbuster bout.