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Joshua Tips Klitschko to Win!

The huge heavyweight fight in Dusseldorf, at the TUI Arena, is a day nearer.

As the build-up continues, various pundits and boxers are giving their view as to who will emerge triumphant on the night.

One boxer sticking his head above the parapet is our unbeaten heavyweight fighter Anthony Joshua.

Joshua, who many feel is destined for greatness himself, has sparred with the champion, Wladimir Klitschko, surprisingly opts for the Ukrainian to hold on to his belts, remarking,

'How great would it be if Fury won? But I'm picking Klitschko, in round five or six.

'Fury will come out fighting, the adrenalin will get to him, take over his body.

'He throws a lot of punches and moves a lot for a big guy but Klitschko has got so much experience, he's been defending his heavyweight title for 10 years. And it only takes one shot.'


Having decided that Klitschko is the winner for him, Joshua then spells out just what the Wladimir and his brother Vitali, have done for heavyweight boxing, further adding,

'If you want someone to look up to, look up to Wladimir Klitschko. Being heavyweight champion of the world comes with celebrity and glamour. But he's managed to maintain his discipline and take care of his belts for almost 10 years. That's incredible.

'Without the Klitschkos who else has there been? Without them, the belts would have been here, there and everywhere.

'Every one of Klitschko's opponents says the same thing about him, that he's boring for the sport, killing the heavyweight division. Then they get beat.

'If Tyson Fury is fed up of Klitschko, go out there and beat the guy. Enough of the talking, let's see some action.'


Has, in your opinion, Joshua summed matters up right or will, in your opinion, Tyson Fury shock the world?

Your comments would be most appreciated.


The Journalist

Writer: Kid Glove Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 26 2015

Time: 5:17PM

 

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