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Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 4:38pm On Apr 25, 2017
Joshua v Wladimir Klitschko: WBA heavyweight Fight sat 29th April 2017




Boxing returns to Wembley Stadium connected by EE in 2017 for a heavyweight bout of titanic proportions.

On Saturday 29 April 2017 Anthony Joshua will face Wladimir Klitschko under the arch for the IBF, IBO and WBA Super Heavyweight Championships of the world.

It will be the second time in three years Matchroom Boxing have partnered with the national stadium to bring boxing to an enormous stadium audience.

In 2014 a packed house saw Carl Froch knock out George Groves in a highly anticipated rematch.

Joshua was the opening fight of that memorable night as he despatched Matt Legg inside a mere 86 seconds.

No doubt the current IBF World Heavyweight Champion would love a repeat of that performance on 29 April!

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 4:49pm On Apr 25, 2017
Anthony Joshua can add the WBA heavyweight title to his IBF belt when he fights Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.

By contrast, the Ukrainain is aiming to become a three-time world heavyweight champion in his first return to the ring since losing his crown to Tyson Fury in November 2015.

Here, we take a statistical look at their career numbers up until this point...



Anthony Joshua by Numbers:

18 - Joshua has had only 18 professional fights, yet is the favourite to beat one of the finest heavyweight champions in history.

18 - he has stopped all 18 of his professional opponents inside the distance, giving him a 100 per cent knockout record.


3 - the number of world heavyweight title fights he has been involved in - against Charles Martin, Dominic Breazeale, and Eric Molina, all of America.

3 - the number of recognised professional titles Joshua has won. He is the reigning IBF heavyweight champion, and once held both the British and Commonwealth titles.


5 - five of Joshua's 18 opponents were stopped inside a round. Emanuele Leo, Hector Alfredo Avila, Matt Legg, Michael Sprott and Gary Cornish were all unable to survive even three minutes with him.

7 - the highest number of rounds any of Joshua's fights have lasted. First Dillian Whyte and then Breazeale proved his most resilient opponents.

7 - Joshua's age in years when Klitschko made his professional debut, in November 1996 against Fabian Meza. The Briton was six when Klitschko won Olympic gold at Atlanta '96.

1 - Olympic gold medals won. Joshua's came at London 2012.

44 - the number of rounds he has boxed as a professional. Klitschko surpasses that in his five most recent fights alone.

90,000 - the number of spectators expected to attend Saturday's fight, a post-war record for a boxing event in the UK.



Wladimir Klitschko by Numbers

68 - Klitschko has had 68 professional fights, which is already over a third more than the fighter widely considered to have preceded him as the world's leading heavyweight, Lennox Lewis.

78 - the percentage of opponents Klitschko has stopped inside the distance. He has won 64 of those 68 fights, and 53 via stoppage.

3 - the number of fights in which Klitschko has been knocked out. Only one of his four defeats - against Tyson Fury in November 2015 - came on points.

3 - Klitschko held three separate, recognised versions of the heavyweight title until that defeat: those from the WBA, WBO and IBF. He has never simultaneously held all four.

The Ukrainian has not returned to the ring since losing his crown to Tyson Fury in 2015

358 - the total rounds the Ukrainian has boxed as a professional, which gives him 314 more than the inexperienced Joshua.

18,240,000 - the value, in pounds, of the winning purse bid for Klitschko's fight with Alexander Povetkin, which was held on 5 October 2013, the same night Joshua made his professional debut.

18 - Klitschko has made 18 successful defences of a world heavyweight title. He remains seven shy of the all-time record held by Joe Louis.

1 - the number of Olympic gold medals won. Klitschko took his at Atlanta in 1996.

8 - eight of Klitschko's fights have gone the 12-round distance. Joshua, in contrast, has never fought beyond the seventh round.


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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 8:30am On Apr 26, 2017
Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko fight

the biggest British Fight in History


expected record of 90,000 spectators to watch live at the Wembley Stadium

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 8:12pm On Apr 26, 2017
Joshua Bans Mum From Watching Fight Against Klitschko



Nigerian-born British heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua has banned his mother Yeta Odusanya from coming to watch him live against Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium on Saturday night.

Joshua also barred her from watching the fight on TV, stating she will be informed of the outcome via a telephone call.


The 2012 London Olympic Games boxing gold medalist however said his father Robert will be among the 90,000 at the stadium.

"My old man will be there but I don't really let my mum come to my fights," Joshua told Sky Sports.

"I've banned her. It's not a place where you want to see your kid, I don't think, at a fight. My dad can watch it, but not my mum.

"I would rather she not be there. One of my cousins will call her after the fight. She enjoys it all, though, and she gets a few freebies."

Joshua, who will be putting his International Boxing Federation world title on the line, said he won't try and copy Tyson Fury who beat the Ukrainian in Dusseldorf in November 2015.

He added: "I haven't watched the Fury fight much. Fury is completely different to me.

"I can't box the way Fury boxed and expect it to be as simple as that for me. I just look at little parts of it, not the whole thing.

"Klitschko just didn't show up in that fight. A lot of great fighters have made mistakes and come back, so I'm expecting the best Klitschko.

"I'm just worried about what I can do. Everyone is different when you fight them. I'm going to worry about myself and how I'm feeling."

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by khunz: 9:10pm On Apr 26, 2017
Joshua is the future of boxing.Victory for him ,though it won't come easy as his previous professional fights

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 10:31am On Apr 28, 2017
khunz:
Joshua is the future of boxing.Victory for him ,though it won't come easy as his previous professional fights


certainly this is the face of the new heavy weight division

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 10:48am On Apr 28, 2017
11 things you should know about Nigerian born British Heavyweight champ, Anthony Oluwafemi Joshua


Britain now has a new boxing champion and he is no other than Anthony Oluwafemi Joshua.


Here are however 10 facts you need to know about Anthony Oluwafemi Joshua

1.He was born Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua on October 15, 1989.

2.His was born in Watford, England.

3.His mum is a full Nigerian while his dad is of Irish and Nigerian descent.

4.Joshua attended Kings Langley Secondary School.

5.Before boxing, Anthony worked as a bricklayer at construction sites.

6.He became a boxer in 2007 at the age of 18 after he was encouraged by a cousin.

7.As an upcoming boxer, Joshua won numerous bouts and competitions which made him a kid to watch out for.

8.In 2011, he made it to the World Amateur Boxing Championship in Azerbaijan where he won silver medal.

9.Joshua won an Olympic gold for Great Britain at the London Olympics in 2012.

10.He has won all the 15 bouts of his professional career.

11.Earlier today, he knocked out Dillian Whyte to emerge the new British Heavyweight Champion. He once lost to Whyte in an amateur championship in 2009.

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 11:04am On Apr 28, 2017
Wladimir Klitschko

Wladimir Wladimirowitsch Klitschko ; born 25 March 1976 is a Ukrainian professional boxer. He is a former world heavyweight champion of three major sanctioning bodies, having held the titles of the WBA, IBF, and WBO (twice); additionally he has held the IBO, Ring magazine, and lineal heavyweight titles. A strategic and cerebral boxer, Klitschko is considered to be one of the greatest heavyweight champions of all time, as well as among the hardest punching knockout artists in the history of the division; his strong jab, straight right hand and left hook being his most formidable weapons.

As an amateur, Klitschko represented Ukraine at the 1996 Olympics, winning a gold medal in the super-heavyweight division. After turning professional later that year, he defeated Chris Byrd in 2000 to win the WBO heavyweight title. Klitschko's first reign as champion ended in an upset knockout loss to Corrie Sanders in 2003, which was followed by another knockout loss to Lamon Brewster in 2004. It was during this time that Klitschko hired Emanuel Steward as his trainer, which began an eight-year partnership that lasted until Steward's death in 2012. In particular, Steward was credited with Klitschko's transition from an aggressive puncher to a more defensively-oriented boxer, much as he had done with Lennox Lewis in 1995 to 2003.

In 2006, Klitschko regained a portion of the world heavyweight championship after stopping Chris Byrd in a rematch to win the IBF and IBO titles. He won the WBO title for a second time by defeating then-unbeaten champion Sultan Ibragimov in 2008. Following his defeat of Ruslan Chagaev in 2009, Klitschko was awarded the Ring and lineal titles, and lastly he won the WBA title from David Haye in 2011. Until his defeat by Tyson Fury in 2015, Klitschko was also recognized as champion by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, while the WBA recognized him as one of its "Super champions", a distinction given to boxers who hold that title in addition to those by other sanctioning bodies in the same division.

Overall, he became the second longest reigning heavyweight champion of all time, and has the second most successful title defenses total of any heavyweight boxer with 23 (including his initial reign as WBO champion), behind Joe Louis (25) and ahead of Larry Holmes (20) and Muhammad Ali (19). On 14 September 2015, BoxRec rated Klitschko as the number one fighter in the world, pound for pound. On 15 November 2014, he reached a career peak of number two on The Ring's pound for pound list. Klitschko has fought in 28 heavyweight title fights, more than any heavyweight champion in the sport's history. He also holds the record of having defeated the most boxers with an undefeated record, at 12, and has also defeated ten current or former world champions throughout his career.

Wladimir's older brother, Vitali Klitschko, is also a former WBC, WBO, and The Ring heavyweight champion. From 2006

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wladimir_Klitschko

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 11:14am On Apr 28, 2017
Anthony Joshua, MBE (born 15 October 1989) is a British professional boxer. He has held the IBF heavyweight title since 2016, having previously held the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles from 2015 to 2016. As an amateur he represented Britain at the 2012 Olympics, winning a gold medal in the super-heavyweight division; he also represented England at the 2011 World Championships, winning silver. As of February 2017, Joshua is ranked as the world's best heavyweight by BoxRec, second by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, and fifth best by The Ring magazine. He also boasts a 100% knockout-to-win ratio.

Joshua is the second British boxer, after James DeGale, to win both a gold medal at the Olympics and a world title by a major professional sanctioning body, as well as being the first British heavyweight to do so. He is also the second boxer, after Joe Frazier, to win a world heavyweight title whilst still reigning as Olympic champion at the top weight.


Joshua was born in Watford to Nigerian-born parents. His cousin is fellow unbeaten professional boxer Ben lleyemi. The pair made their professional debuts together in 2013.[5]

Joshua grew up for some of his early years in Nigeria and returned to the UK halfway through Year Seven to join Kings Langley Secondary School. Growing up on the Meriden Estate in Garston, Hertfordshire, Joshua was called 'Femi' by his friends and former teachers, due to his middle name 'Oluwafemi'. He excelled at football and athletics and broke the Year Nine 100m record with a time of 11.6 seconds.[6][7][8]

Amateur career

A late starter in the sport, Joshua only began boxing in 2007, aged 18, when his cousin suggested he take it up. His club, Finchley ABC in Barnet, North London, is also home to professional heavyweight Dereck Chisora. Joshua won the 2009 and 2010 Haringey Box Cup. Joshua won the senior ABA Championships in 2010, in only his 18th bout, and later turned down £50,000 to turn professional. "Turning down that £50,000 was easy. I didn't take up the sport for money, I want to win medals." He also went on to win the same tournament the following year.

In 2010 his domestic success earned him a place on the GB Boxing team and later the same year he became British amateur champion at the GB Amateur Boxing Championships after defeating Amin Isa. In June 2011 at the 2011 European Amateur Boxing Championships he beat Eric Berechlin and Cathal McMonagle but was stopped by aggressive Romanian southpaw Mihai Nistor after receiving several standing counts.[9] In October 2011 he was named Amateur Boxer of the Year by the Boxing Writers Club of Great Britain.

Joshua had an amateur record of 40-3


Professional career:

Early career

On 11 July 2013 it was confirmed that Joshua had turned professional under the Matchroom Sport promotional banner. Joshua made his professional debut on 5 October 2013 at the O2 Arena in London in the Main-Event of a card featuring Scott Quigg's successful WBA super-bantamweight title defence against Yoandris Salinas, beating Italian Emanuelue Leo by a TKO in the first round

Joshua's second professional fight was against English Heavyweight Paul Butlin at the Motorpoint Arena Sheffield on 26 October 2013. The bout was stopped in the 2nd round when the referee decided Butlin was taking too much punishment and declared Joshua the winner by TKO.

Joshua's third professional fight was on the Prizefighter Series card against Croatian Hrvoje Kisciek on 14 November 2013. Joshua got a TKO victory in the second round, achieving his third knockout victory in a row.

In February 2014, Joshua scored a 2nd round TKO victory over Dorian Darch to take his record to 4-0. The following month, on the undercard of Ricky Burns against Terence Crawford, Joshua defeated Hector Alfredo Avila with a 1st-round KO, in Glasgow, Scotland. In May that year Joshua knocked out Matt Legg in one round on the undercard of Carl Froch against George Groves in Wembley Stadium. In Joshua's seventh professional fight, on 12 July 2014, in the Echo Arena, Liverpool, he defeated Englishman Matt Skelton via 2nd round stoppage.

In Anthony Joshua's eighth professional fight, on 13 September 2014, against German Heavyweight Konstantin Airich, Joshua took his undefeated record to 8-0 with a 3rd round stoppage victory, in the Manchester Arena.

Joshua was in the Main-Event of a Matchroom Sport card for the second time in his career, in his 9th professional appearance for the vacant WBC International Heavyweight Title against former champion looking to win the title for a second time Denis Bakhtov on 11 October 2014 at The O2 Arena in London. Joshua won the fight by knockout in the second round taking his record to 9-0 and then winning the WBC International Heavyweight Title aged just 24.

In his 10th professional bout, Joshua defeated Michael Sprott within the 1st round to extend his record to 10 wins all by stoppage. Going into this bout as he had 9 bouts all not lasting longer than 3 rounds his total career ring time was just 35 minutes and 10 seconds and after the bout it was just 36 minutes and 36 seconds in 10 bouts as a result of the bout lasting only 1 minute and 26 seconds. He was supposed to face American boxer Kevin Johnson on 31 January 2015 at The O2 Arena in London, but the bout was cancelled after Joshua sustained a back injury.[22] On 4 April 2015, Joshua beat Jason Gavern as he collected a third-round knockout in his return to the ring in Newcastle. On 9 May 2015, in his 12th professional bout, Joshua defeated Raphael Zumbano Love in a second-round knockout in Birmingham.

On 30 May 2015, Joshua defeated Kevin Johnson inflicting the first stoppage in Johnson's career. After Johnson was saved by the bell in the first round the fight was stopped by the referee shortly after the beginning of the second round

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Joshua

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 1:53pm On Apr 28, 2017
top ten greatest british boxer of all time
note this fight has the potency of making Anthony Joshua the greatest of all


9. Bruce Woodcock
Like so many British heavies, this Yorkshireman fell short at world level, but he was good enough to round up national, Empire and European crowns in the late 1940s.
Popular Woodcock was good enough to beat some decent American opposition in the shape of Lee Savold, Gus Lesnevich and Lee Oma.


8. Joe Bugner
Built superbly but without a devastating punch, Joe nevertheless went the distance with Muhammad Ali (twice) and Joe Frazier at his peak.
In 1971 a young Bugner won a razor-thin decision over a 36-year-old Henry Cooper. Veteran Cooper was a national treasure and many felt he had done enough to earn the verdict.
Joe holds triple nationality, being a citizen of Hungary and a naturalized citizen of both Australia and the United Kingdom.


7. Tommy Farr
Renowned chiefly for taking a peak Joe Louis the distance in 1937, this Welshman was a brainy fighter who lacked a hard dig.
The ‘Tonypandy Terror’ also held his own in the company of James J Braddock, Max Baer and Lou Nova.


6. Bob Fitzsimmons
Held the world title from 1897-99 even though he weighed only what would now be super-middleweight. Tough and a hurtful hitter despite his wiry build.
He won his first world title (middleweight) in 1891 by knocking out Nonpareil Jack Dempsey, he won the world heavyweight crown in 1897 by knocking out James J Corbett and became the first ever fighter to win titles in three divisions by outpointing George Gardiner for the light-heavyweight belt in 1903.
Also beat the likes of Joe Choynski, Tom Sharkey, Philadelphia Jack O’Brien and Gus Ruhlin before losing to legends James J Jeffries and Jack Johnson.


5. Frank Bruno
Big hitter improved his stamina to become world champ (WBC version) at the fourth attempt by outpointing Oliver McCall at Wembley Stadium, holding it for six months (1995-96).
He was unlucky to challenge feared champions Mike Tyson (1989) and Lennox Lewis (1993) prior to his emotional title winning effort in 1995.
The much-loved Bruno’s finest victories came over the likes of Gerrie Coetzee, Carl Williams and Joe Bugner.


4. David Haye
The Hayemaker peaked at cruiserweight, but in the supreme division he wrested the WBA belt from man mountain Nikolai Valuev.
He lost his version of the crown in a hugely disappointing unification showing against dominant rival champioin Wladimir Klitschko. He returned with a blistering showing against Dereck Chisora (rsf 5) before retiring from the sport.
His comeback against Mark de Mori last month sparked intense interest in the dynamite-punching south Londoner’s quest to regain the crown



3. Henry Cooper
British champion a record 10 years five months (1959-69), Henry lost his only world title bid to Muhammad Ali on one of his frequent cuts.
Most famous for flooring the young Ali (then known as Cassius Clay) in 1963 at Wembley Stadium. ‘Enery’s Hammer’ – his fabled left hook – detonated on the brilliant youngster’s jaw in the dying seconds of the fourth round. Quick thinking from Clay’s trainer, Angelo Dundee, bought his fighter crucial seconds of recovery time before the fifth round by claiming Clay’s gloves were damaged.
Retired after close loss to Joe Bugner.


2. Tyson Fury
Love him or loathe him, Morecambe’s fighting huge gypsy dethroned a long-reigning unified champion in his own back yard in Wladimir Klitschko.
Two victories over Dereck Chisora also stand out as he heads toward a rematch with Klitschko.


1. Lennox Lewis
The big Londoner won 15 world title fights across two reigns as global king, licking Holyfield, Tyson and Vitali Klitschko among others.
Sensationally reversed his defeats (rsf 2 Oliver McCall & KO 5 Hasim Rahman) with stoppage victories and when he beat Mike Tyson in 2002, the contest became the highest-grossing heavyweight fight in pay-per-view history.

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 12:39pm On Apr 29, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0XX8Qjl56A

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ANTHONY JOSHUA v WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO - OFFICIAL WEIGH IN & HEAD TO HEAD @ WEMBLEY /JOSHUA v KLITSCHKO
Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 12:57pm On Apr 29, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYgWaOsIA7Y

10 Most Dangerous Wladimir Klitschko Knockouts
Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 1:24pm On Apr 29, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_J9ZXVQeEso


Anthony Joshua All Knockouts

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by robosky02(m): 1:50pm On Apr 29, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koFtAeNTY6M

ANTHONY JOSHUA VS. WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO Tale Of The Tape (BOXINGEGO FIRST LOOK)

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by Ralphlauren(m): 2:56pm On Apr 29, 2017
I honestly do not see AJ winning this fight.

Klischko has the advantage of experience over him.

It's too early in his career to take on such an experienced and much older fighter. I think he's doing this fight solely for the paycheck.

For AJ, it's £16million in earnings just from one night.

My prediction : AJ is knocked out in the 10th round and Klischko retires from professional boxing after this.

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by Kobicove(m): 2:57pm On Apr 29, 2017
Sentiments aside...Klitsckho will have the day

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by momodub: 2:57pm On Apr 29, 2017
Today na today Africa for life

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by Truth234(m): 2:58pm On Apr 29, 2017
Big fight, I just hope AJ live up to his hype.

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by Tenim47(m): 2:58pm On Apr 29, 2017
undecided
Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by ogobaby23(f): 2:59pm On Apr 29, 2017
Win for Nigeria Joshua

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by gberra: 2:59pm On Apr 29, 2017
Afonja Joshua all the way. Oba TKO.


The smiling one cheesy

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by Nobody: 3:00pm On Apr 29, 2017
Like for Joshua
Share for the Russian machine

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by andreme(m): 3:00pm On Apr 29, 2017
Pls who knows the supersport channel that will be showing it.

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by Afam4eva(m): 3:01pm On Apr 29, 2017
robosky02:


Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko fight

the biggest British Fight in History


expected record of 90,000 spectators to watch live at the Wembley Stadium


I thought Klischko was Russian. Wetin concern Britain inside now. Why do you britons always boast when there's nothing to boast about.
Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by Afam4eva(m): 3:01pm On Apr 29, 2017
If Joshua wins, he will be the second Nigerian to win the heavyweight title after Samuel Peters.
Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by babyfaceafrica: 3:02pm On Apr 29, 2017
He is British nah..wetin concern us?

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by onosprince(m): 3:02pm On Apr 29, 2017
Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by BlackBaron: 3:03pm On Apr 29, 2017
Saw the weigh in video yesterday. Klitschko looks ripped and heavily conditioned than his usual self.
Would be one of Joshua's toughest fights.

Joshua's 18 KOs vs Klitschko's 27 years of boxing experience.
Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by babyfaceafrica: 3:03pm On Apr 29, 2017
Afam4eva:
If Joshua wins, he will be the second Nigerian to win the heavyweight title after Samuel Peters.
Joshua is British..his success goes to Britain..forget that he is a Nigerian by parents

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Re: Anthony Joshua Beats Wladimir Klitschko: WBA Heavyweight Fight by Ralphlauren(m): 3:03pm On Apr 29, 2017
robosky02:



certainly this is the face of the new heavy weight division

You've ruined the flow on this thread by posting too much and too long rather unnecessary articles on both boxers.

I will suggest you edit your post and take out some of the long posts.

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