I get what he was saying. He was saying that boxing isn’t about aesthetics, it’s about ability, speed, timing, accuracy, conditioning, punch resistance and possibly most importantly, desire. Desire to drag yourself to horrible places in training, and desire to prevail when the going gets tough. I’m not sure Joshua has enough of the latter these days. He has seemed gun shy since Wlad should have beaten him, and I don’t think he wanted to quit v Ruiz, but I don’t think he was prepared to go through hell to win, and IMO had accepted his fate long before the conclusion. A bit like Tyson v Lewis. Took a pasting, but had accepted after about a round it was lost. That was AJ from the 1st knockdown IMO. I don’t think he has the desire of Fury, or before him the Holyfields etc. I’ve never seen a stranger demeanour from a just beaten ex champion. He looked relieved. I think mentally he doesn’t want it anymore.