Anthony Joshua has fired a dig at Tyson Fury by claiming that the Gypsy King has only had two “good fights” in his entire career.
The heavyweight lost his WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight titles to the Mexican in one of boxing’s greatest ever shocks in June and will fight to win them back in Saudi Arabia next Saturday.
Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr expect to contest the IBF championship despite the prospect of it being stripped before their rematch, according to promoter Eddie Hearn.
Andy Ruiz Jr has said he will be even more prepared for his rematch against Anthony Joshua after his shock win in New York earlier this month.
Anthony Joshua has insisted that he hasn’t underestimated Andy Ruiz Jr. “one bit” ahead of their unified Heavyweight World title clash at Madison Square Garden in New York on Saturday June 1.
Anthony Joshua believes his fellow heavyweights will not improve in the rest of their careers, while he is progressing every day.
The NANS’ congratulatory message was contained in a statement titled: “Inspiration for All Nigerian Youths’’, signed by its National Public Relations Officer, Bestman Okereafo in Enugu.
The 28-year-old Joshua takes on his WBA mandatory challenger, Povetkin as he returns to Wembley for the first time since his victory over Wladimir Klitschko in front of 90,000 fans in 2017.
WBA and IBF world heavyweight champion Joshua meets WBO title-holder Parker at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium.
Joshua, undefeated Briton of Nigerian descent, is the overwhelming favourite and will have home advantage in the Principality Stadium.
The undefeated New Zealander joked that Joshua’s plans to shed one stone for the bout are proof that he does not trust his own body.
With less than two weeks to go before Joshua and Parker put their WBA, IBF and WBO belts on the line, Parker has arrived in the United Kingdom having flown in from his training camp in Las Vegas, United States of America.
Wilder, 32, floored the previously unbeaten Cuban twice before knocking him out in the 10th round in New York.
IBF and WBA champion Joshua takes on WBO champ Parker in Cardiff on March 31.
Parker (24-0, 18 KOs), who is the current WBO heavyweight world champion, is set to fight Joshua on March 31 in a much-anticipated unification clash where the Brit’s WBA and IBF straps will also be on the line.
The French fighter gave a good account of himself against the WBA and IBF heavyweight champion at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium
Joshua claimed the biggest victory of his career to date when he stopped the Ukrainian veteran in the 11th round of their Wembley showdown in April, which opened up the possibility for several high-profile fights
Joshua extends his professional record to 17 successive wins while Breazeale suffers his first defeat in his 18th outing