Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua reflects on the biggest win of his career ahead of his next fight at the end of the month.

Joshua returns to action on October 28th in his latest title defence against Frenchman Carlos Takam who stepped in as a late replacement for injured previous opponent Kubrat Pulev.

It was revealed however that Takam was been kept on standby over the last couple of months, just in case something happened to Pulev like it did.

Takam was in training and did know about a potential future fight with Joshua and was under instructions to stay ready.

While the fight with Takam might not be of the magnitude of his last fight, an emphatic matchup against Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley stadium, Joshua and those in boxing know that Takam is no pushover and will need to be respected by Joshua come fight night.

Joshua has been in reflective mood ahead of his latest bout with Takam and speaking to BBC YouTube (hat tip) he took a quick stroll down memory lane of his last fight back in April.

Detailing round by round what happened in the Klitschko fight:

Joshua (19-0-19KO) will be his WBA, IBF and IBO heavyweight titles on the line next up against Takam in Cardiff, Wales.