Wladimir Klitschko has finally revealed what he had on his memory stick before fighting Anthony Joshua.
The Ukrainian heavyweight legend showed the media a USB stick at his pre-fight conference in April 2017, claiming it included his prediction for the hugely-anticipated bout.
But after he lost in the 11th round to Joshua, Klitschko refused to say what was on it.
Klitschko re-united with his former foe at Wembley stadium, in BBC documentary Joshua v Klitschko: Return to Wembley.
“At the press conference, you mentioned the USB – what was on that USB if you don’t mind sharing with me?” Joshua asks him, in the clip.
It then cuts to the 41-year-old telling the camera: “I was asked that question right up to the fight – nope.
“But I want to do it right now.”
IBF, IBO, WBO and WBA champion Joshua then reveals what he was told was on that famous memory stick.
“He [Klitsckho] said his prediction on Ukrainian TV,” AJ said.
“He said: ‘I will gas out, I will try to knock him out and as I come rushing in he’ll catch me with a right hand and knock me clean out’.”
That is, near enough, exactly what happened.
Klitschko put Joshua under pressure throughout the fight but tired near the end and was caught with a bone-crushing uppercut in the 11th round, practically ending the bout.
The British boxer added: “He [Klitschko] sounded like Mystic Meg, because some of those predictions came true.”