"He knows from this fight a lot depends on his future and his career".
"The build-up to the fight is different to anything else I have had".
Joshua, who has stopped all 18 professional opponents, will not be trying to emulate how Fury ended Klitschko's nine and a half year reign.
In an interview for 5 live Breakfast, Fury told Chris Warburton: "I think it's too soon for Joshua". I won't let that be the reason I win, though.
Wilder is the current holder of the WBC heavyweight title and says despite not looking past Joshua to beat Klitschko, he says a bout with the Watford native is certainly one that interests him. In regards to pressure, it's just enjoyable.
"I see Klitschko boxing and moving so AJ is going to have to go hunting for the first six rounds, if it goes to six rounds". It's the way I express myself and it's probably why I find ways to be relaxed.
This Saturday, we will find out if Joshua's unusual recovery habits and theory about his opponent's age will ring true or come crashing down to reality.
"But when it boils down to it, you get lost in the fight".
"Whether you are watching from an armchair or ringside, watching a fight gets very emotional", Bruno said. Klitschko has surpassed that in his last five fights alone.
"He has to pass on the baton".
"There's nothing wrong with being a billionaire, it's an ambition, there's nothing wrong with aiming high", Joshua said.
It's not just Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko we can expect fireworks from when the pair go head-to-head at Wembley on April 29, if Sky Sports' latest announcement is anything to go by. I can see his angles.