On April 29 2017, Anthony Joshua made a huge statement to the boxing world as he knocked out Wladimir Klitschko at a packed Wembley Stadium to become a unified world champion, and exactly one year on, the pair came face-to-face once again at the same venue.
Joshua added the WBA belt to his IBF title on that iconic night in London, and with reports that unification fight talks with Deontay Wilder's camp are stalling, the Brit returned to the scene of his greatest triumph.
"I'm back at Wembley a year after the big fight with the main man Wladimir Klitschko," Joshua said in an Instagram video. "It's an empty arena, but there is one man lurking -- look who I found."
Joshua then swung the camera around to reveal Klitschko in the background. "And still got it, and obsessed," Klitschko bellowed.
Joshua and Klitschko were set for a rematch in Las Vegas after the pair's bout at Wembley, but Klitschko elected to retire instead -- leading Joshua to face Carlos Takam in his next fight.