It's about that whole set of post-war audience attendance records, on the one hand, you have Antony Joshua, a young unbeaten boxer who's changed the physique of heavy weight boxing. He has a granite core, only eats when he's hungry, and trains on sand, to get that stability you find in Brazilian footballers.
On the other, your tradition two-time heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko. The 41 year-old describes himself as Mt Everest, few have conquered it he says, and it has yet to take willing victims. Klitschko will challenge for Joshua's IBF super heavyweight title at Wembley stadium on Saturday. Having won 64 of his 68 fights, he's obsessed with regaining the belt he lost to Tyson Fury in November 2015.
Both are six feet, six inches tall, both are Olympic gold medalists, and Reuters global sports editor Ian Axim says it's very much a 50-50 fight.>> If you really push me, I'd go for the younger man, Joshua, just because he's been a bit more active, and he has sort of 15 years age on Klitschko as well, but it's a really tight fight for me.
>> Without a clear favorite or an underdog, will the 90,000 fans at Wembley then, come away disappointed?>> I think the fights been sold very well, it's big in Germany, it's very big here, it's gonna break record attendances at Wembley. I think there's been a trend as well in boxing recently, that's become more and more popular in the U.K.
>> With just two days to go, some eager advice on defeat from the old guard.>> I've been there, I've done that, I got up, shook off, and came back stronger, it's nothing scary about it.>> Local boy Joshua, has the home crowd advantage, but he'll need a career best performance at Wembley, to conquer the mountainous task that awaits him on Saturday.