Anthony Joshua reveals how Tony Bellew can defeat Oleksandr Usyk

Bellew battles Usyk for all the world cruiserweight titles live on Sky Sports Box Office

Recall, the fight Bellew-Mustache for the title of world champion under versions WBC, IBF, WBO and WBA Super heavyweight will take place on Saturday 10 November in Manchester.

The one thing you need to know with Tony Bellew is he doesn't look great aesthetically, but somehow, he finds a way to win.

Stevenson was the last fighter to pull off a victory over Bellew, when he stopped him in six rounds back in 2013 at 175-pounds.

Usyk has trained for years alongside Vasyl Lomachenko, the world lightweight and pound-for-pound No.1, but Bellew insists the cruiserweight king is not as good as his fellow Ukrainian.

Bellew has then got that punch, and if he lands that left hook, Usyk will be out cold.

"Remember, I'm coming from the light-heavyweight division". The inaugural victor of the World Boxing Super Series arrives in Manchester on Saturday as the holder of every belt at 200lbs, and although Coldwell is full of respect for the 2012 Olympic gold medallist, hours studying the man have alerted him to issues that he believes his fighter must exploit. It'll really make a difference come fight night.

You must rewire your defensive capabilities, with different angles, changing your defensive patterns, movements and counter-punching.

This is the fight that will write the biggest headlines on "The Bomber's" career. Dave Coldwell knows how to get his fighters into shape too, he has worked with Tony for five years.

Now Bellew will cut down to his natural weight class, and should hope to bring that power below the 200lb limit with him. He is a sneaky boxer as well but I do believe Usyk has the edge.

Usyk is very, very unsafe, he's on a roll and he's in his peak.

Who else is on the Usyk-Bellew bill?

If it was me going into the ring against Usyk, a tricky southpaw, I would not press the fight that much, I'd look for the movement. Has he faced a man that can match him for speed because I can match him for speed. A body assault could be very useful in the early rounds.

Froch said: Whatever is happening early on, if you're getting out-jabbed, if you can not get to him, don't forget it's a 12-round fight.