The heavily-touted IBF world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua (18-0) faces Wladimir Klitschko (64-4) for the IBF and WBA heavyweight titles this weekend.
He has also barred her from watching the bout on TV and she will only be informed about the outcome via a telephone call.
For now, Joshua has his hands full with a showdown against wily veteran Wladimir Klitschko in front of 90,000 fans at Wembley Stadium next Saturday.
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And Lewis is unsure whether Klitschko can come back to trouble Joshua nearly 18 months after his last fight, when he lost his WBA "Super", IBF and WBO belts to Tyson Fury. "She enjoys it all, though, and she gets a few freebies".
Joshua's IBF belt will be on the line, but he will not be following Tyson Fury's game plan.
"When there are many flowers, there are always one that blossom better and that has happened with Joshua versus Klitschko". He's going for his legacy, he wants his title back and it's an incredible opportunity for me.
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The Englishman added: "I haven't watched the Fury fight much".
"I just look at little parts of it, not the whole thing".
But he was troubled by Dillian Whyte two years ago in their British heavyweight title fight, when Joshua was stung by a left hand in the second round. I haven't had to have a fight in America yet.
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"With the excitement, nerves and the adrenalin pumping, I wouldn't be surprised if Joshua comes out and tries to blitz Klitschko", Bruno told Express Sport. "You have to beat several big-name fighters", De La Hoya insisted.