ANTHONY JOSHUA looked stony-faced as he glared at Francis Ngannou following a taunt over his chin.
The giant heavyweight pair meet in a crossover clash on March 8 in Saudi Arabia.
And they came face to face for the first time at a press conference, where Ngannou questioned Joshua’s punch resilience.
He said: “I’m going to fight him, so what do you think I’m going to do? Look for his chin.
“I mean, that’s what happens in a fight. In a fight, you try to hit somebody in the chin or wherever you can hit him, right?
“Yes, I heard that he doesn’t have a chin. I don’t know if it’s true or not. We are going to find out.
“I hope I get the opportunity to test that out. That’s my wish, that’s what I’m wishing for.”
Joshua, 34, did not take his eyes off Ngannou, 37, as tensions appeared to rise on the top table.
The ex-UFC champion astonishingly dropped Tyson Fury, 35, on his boxing debut in October before controversially losing on points.
But Joshua vowed not to underestimate the Cameroonian and his fearsome power like those before him.