Antonio Joshua has chosen his new trainer and will begin fight camp for his April 1 bout next week as the two-time heavyweight champion aims to bounce back after two blowout losses to Oleksandr Usyk.

Before his rematch with the Ukrainian in August, the 33-year-old opted to bring on Robert Garcia as his coach. Despite looking much more aggressive than he did in his first loss, Joshua opted to replace the renowned Garcia after he lost that fight.

He has now been searching for his next manager, but his promoter, Eddie Hearn, has confirmed that the British-Nigerian has already chosen the man he wants and is in the United States to train.

Hearn believes that Anthony will announce his new trainer imminently and will be in the ring in April.

speaking to the DAZN Boxing Show on Tuesday, Hearn discussed plans for Joshua and his reason for moving to the US.

“I know who the new coach is. It’s quite a personal thing really,” he said. “I think it’s for a fighter to announce that, with his new team. I talk a lot, I do a lot of interviews. I’ll talk about his fights.

“He is going to train in the United States and he will start that camp next week, he will fly. Then you will receive the news soon.”

Speaking about plans for a new fight, he said: “April 1 is our target date in London. I will review the final list of opponents. We are almost ready. He’s excited.

“I am happy with the coach. I’m happy with anyone who makes Joshua feel comfortable, motivated and excited. I think this will be a good break,” Hearn said.

The promoter said that Joshua is more comfortable in the US, which was the motivation behind the move from the UK.

“The problem is being in the UK, he can’t breathe. When you go to the United States, people know that it is, but it’s like a different world. I think it will be very good for him. I think you’re going to see a reinvigorated Anthony Joshua,” Hearn said.