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This would mark the first time since September that Joshua would be fighting in the city. A deal could not be finalized for Joshua vs.
Klitschko, due to the WBA delaying a decision to sanction the fight and Klitschko injuring himself, which put the fight off completely. The fight was televised in the US live on Showtime.
He was first dropped after a right hand to the jaw. Molina beat the count but was met with a flurry of punches, forcing referee Steve Gray to end the fight.
Molina tested positive for dexamethasone , a corticosteroid , after his loss to Joshua. There was some controversy as Molina had fought twice after in After Joshua knocked out Molina in the third round, the Joshua vs.
Klitschko fight was officially announced by Hearn in the ring. Mendoza confirmed that the winner will have to face mandatory challenger Luis Ortiz next, with deadlines due to be set after the unification fight.
Because of this clashing with the WBA enforcing their mandatory, it was believed that either Joshua or Klitschko would have to vacate a title. George Groves II.
He put a request in for 5, more tickets to be made available. Joshua, 27, came in heavier at pounds. In front of a post-war record crowd of 90, in attendance, Joshua won by TKO in a high-drama war that saw both men giving their all.
They fought a close and cautious first four rounds. In the fifth, Joshua came and threw a flurry of punches, forcing Klitschko to the canvas.
An angry Klitschko rose up and took control for the remainder of the round, landing clean punches and scoring his own knockdown in round six.
The next few rounds were again cautious, both men wary of each other, until a reinvigorated Joshua attacked Klitschko in round eleven, sending him to the canvas.
Klitschko again rose but Joshua knocked him down for a second time in the round. When Klitschko rose back to his feet, Joshua threw a barrage of unanswered punches while Klitschko was against the ropes, prompting the referee to stop the fight.
At the time of stoppage, Joshua was ahead on two of the judges' scorecards at 96—93 and 95—93, while the third judge had Klitschko ahead with 95— Come on -- that's what they want to see.
I just want to fight everyone. I'm really enjoying this right now. Big respect to Wladimir for challenging the young lions of the division.
It's up to him, I don't mind. As long as Rob thinks it's good I'm good to go. The fight averaged , viewers on Showtime in the United States. Nielsen Media Research revealed the fight peaked at , viewers which was during rounds five and six.
This was an increase from Joshua's previous Showtime numbers that aired live during the late afternoon. The whole card averaged 9.
This was higher than the 8. Fury in At this point, it was not said that the rematch would take place. Klitschko said he needed time to review his situation before agreeing to a rematch.
It was only weeks after the fight, when Eddie Hearn filed the paperwork to the IBF to request the exemption to the mandatory defence. IBF explained that the rematch must take place no later than 2 December , and the winner must fight Pulev next with no exemptions.
Thus, ending the possibility of a Joshua v Klitschko rematch. On 3 August , Klitschko announced on his website and social media channels that he was retiring from boxing.
Nearly 80, will gather on Oct. Anthony will meet his mandatory challenger, [IBF] No. Get ready for the next episode from the biggest star in world boxing.
It also set the record of largest boxing attendance to be expected indoors. The previous record was Muhammad Ali vs.
Leon Spinks rematch which gathered 63, fans at the New Orleans Superdome in Showtime had the right of first option and a matching right, if any providers bid higher.
On 16 October, rumours circulated that Pulev had suffered an injury, which could see the fight being in jeopardy. The same reports suggested the injury was 10 days old, but Pulev's camp had kept it quiet.
Eddie Hearn said in a statement that he received a phone call from Pulev's promoter Kalle Sauerland, advising him of a shoulder injury he had sustained during sparring.
Hearn revealed when the Joshua vs. Pulev fight was made, he contacted Takam's camp, knowing they would be next in line and told them to begin a training camp and stay on standby.
IBF stated that Joshua fighting Takam would satisfy his mandatory defence. On fight night, in front of nearly 80, fans in attendance, Joshua retained his world titles with what many believed was a premature stoppage in round ten.
The official time of stoppage was 1 minute, 34 seconds. Many fans ringside booed the referee stoppage, which saw Takam go out on his feet.
After a cagey first round, the second round saw Takam accidentally headbutt Joshua's nose, likely breaking it, causing Joshua's eyes to water.
In round four, Joshua opened up a cut above Takam's right eye. After the referee checked the eye, Joshua knocked Takam down with a left hook to the head.
He beat the count and lasted the remainder of the round. Another cut appeared above Takam's left eye in round seven.
Referee Phil Edwards asked the ringside doctor to take a look at Takam a few times during the fight.
In rounds eight and nine, Joshua started to back off, which saw Takam come forward and land some good shots to Joshua's head.
In round ten, Joshua landed a clean right uppercut followed by a barrage of punches. Referee Phil Edwards, seeing this, stepped in between, halting the fight.
A doctor confirmed that Joshua's nose was not broken, only bruised and swollen. It was revealed at the time of the stoppage, judges Pawel Kardyni and Michael Alexander had Joshua ahead 89—81, whilst judge Ron McNair had the fight 90—80 perfect for Joshua.
I have no interest for what's going on with the officials. My job is the opponent. I don't have control over the ref's decision.
Hearn and Joshua spoke about potential fights in , which included fights with Joseph Parker and Deontay Wilder, where a win against both would see Joshua the undisputed champion and an all-British clash against Tyson Fury.
A replay was shown later in the evening, which averaged , viewers. It was reported that Joseph Parker 's team were looking at Lucas Browne as a potential match-up if they failed to land a unification fight with Joshua.
According to Higgins, a date in March was being discussed with Joshua's team, however Eddie Hearn offered an 80—20 split, which would favour Joshua.
Higgins spoke to Fairfax Media , saying the offer would need to be more reasonable, also taking into consideration the fight would take place in the UK.
Higgins made a final offer to Hearn on 22 November. He told Sky Sports, "It's our final bottom line decision.
We feel anything less is disrespectful or a disgrace. Higgins listed Camp Nou as the potential venue. Hearn jokingly said they were over-paying Parker, with the deal being 65— Higgins stated that a rematch clause would be in place for Joshua, should he lose.
A picture was posted on Twitter which revealed the scales that Joshua stood on, his weight was at Parker weighed in first at Joshua weighed The judges scored the fight — twice, and — in favour of Joshua.
With going the distance, Joshua's 20 fight knockout streak came to an end. Parker used his movement well to slip a lot of Joshua's attacks but in doing so did not do enough himself to win more rounds.
Parker started on the backfoot in the opening rounds allowing Joshua to gain a foothold. There was an accidental clash of heads in round three, however neither boxer was cut from this.
There was another accidental head-butt in round nine where the referee called for a short break. Joshua's tape on his left glove kept coming loose and he was ordered to go back to his corner for a re-tape.
Parker suffered a cut over his left eye after Joshua accidentally elbowed him. In round twelve, neither boxer engaged as much as expected with Joshua trying to track Parker down, who again, on the back-foot, looked to survive the round.
The fight was marred by Italian referee Giuseppe Quartarone, who kept both boxers from fighting on the inside. This mostly had a negative impact on Parker, where he was seen to have the most success.
The referee was breaking the action each time both boxers were on the inside, even when they were still throwing shots. Many boxers, pundits and both the Sky Sports and Showtime broadcast teams criticised the referee during and after the fight.
After the fight, Joshua explained his game plan for the fight, "My strategy in there was kind of stick behind the jab. It's one of the most important weapons.
The old saying is the right hand could take you around the block, but a good jab will take you around the world. And that secured another championship belt.
So I stuck behind the jab and I made sure anything that was coming back, I was switched on, I was focused and 12 rounds, baby!
I thought it was hard, right? A lot to work on. It was a good experience being here. Thank you all for the opportunity to fight in this big stadium.
We're gonna go back, train hard, plan again and come back stronger. No regrets, you know, take it on the chin. Come back stronger, more punches. But I would love to have another go.
Just back to the drawing board. The fight was shown live in the US on Showtime in the afternoon. The live showing averaged , viewers and peaked at , viewers.
A replay was shown later in the evening which saw an increase. The replay averaged , viewers and peaked at , viewers.
Nielsen Media Research, who released the figures do not have the facility to measure whether the same customers that watched the live showing tuned in for the replay.
From April up until the end of June , both camps of Joshua and Wilder were in talks around the super fight between the two to finally take place.
Many British pundits and trainers spoke of how Joshua should not underestimate Povetkin and how he would pose a big threat to Joshua.
In front of nearly 80, in attendance, Joshua overcame an initial struggle, eventually knocking out Povetkin in round seven to retain his world titles.
Using his movement and coming in and out, Povetkin had Joshua hurt early on with his big shots. In round two, Joshua's nose began to bruise.
From round five, Povetkin began to tire. Joshua dropped Povetkin with a left hand to the head in round seven.
Povetkin got back up but Joshua was straight back in with a flurry of hard shots, prompting the referee to stop the fight.
In the post-fight interview, Joshua stated, "I've got my knockout streak back and I found my right hand again. Alexander Povetkin is a very tough challenge.
He provided that, he was good with left hook. I realized he was strong to the head but weak to the body so I was switching it up.
Every jab takes a breath out of you and I slowed him down. Povekin connected with 43 power shots compared to Joshua 37 landed.
On 29 December , with Joshua's Wembley date still on hold, Hearn stated that Dillian Whyte was the frontrunner to challenge Joshua.
Whyte did not reveal the figure, however claimed it was lower than what he received against Chisora in December Whyte claimed Joshua did not want to fight him, as he had known since September , that he would be fighting in April , yet did not make any offers.
It eventually settled down and both parties took to their seats. From there on, it was a back and forth verbal exchange, before Miller stormed off the stage.
Joshua stayed and answered any remaining questions from the media. On 17 April , both camps confirmed the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association had informed them that Miller had tested positive for the banned substance GW Hearn reportedly spoke to 16 heavyweights in the space of 24 hours.
Luis Ortiz was the first name that Joshua wanted as a replacement. Hearn was adamant that Joshua would still fight on that date as 17, tickets had already been sold, with 10, of those being from Britain.
On 22 April, Ruiz confirmed his team had a meeting scheduled with promoter Eddie Hearn, officially putting himself in the running.
Ruiz beat the count, and scored his own knock down moments later. Joshua was down again towards the end of the round in a massive turn around.
Joshua managed to survive the next few rounds, but after a further two knock-downs in the seventh round, the referee waved the fight off, therefore giving Ruiz the win by TKO in the seventh round, gaining all of Joshua's four heavyweight titles.
At the time of stoppage, Ruiz was leading the fight 57—56 on two scorecards and Joshua was leading 57—56 on the other.
It is considered to be one of the biggest upsets in the history of boxing, rivalling Mike Tyson vs. Buster Douglas. At the weigh-in, Joshua came in at pounds kg , nearly ten pounds 4.
By contrast, Ruiz weighed in at pounds kg , 16 pounds 7. On the night, Joshua boxed a disciplined fight, keeping Ruiz at a distance with his jab and avoiding trading punches up close as he had in their first encounter.
Joshua won via unanimous decision to reclaim the unified heavyweight titles with scores of — on two judges' scorecards and — on the other's.
Joshua is recognised as one of the most marketable athletes in the world, and has lucrative endorsement deals with numerous brands, including Under Armour , Beats By Dre , and Lucozade.
In , he was ranked as the world's most marketable athlete, ahead of basketball player Stephen Curry , who was ranked most marketable the previous year.
But now there are ordinary people, grandmas and grandads, who are worth millions just because of property prices.
So the new school of thought is that I need to be a billionaire. Being a millionaire is good but you have to set your sights higher.
Joshua has also been recognised with inclusion in the annual Powerlist , as one of the most influential Black Britons. In June , Joshua was accused of racism for his speech at a Black Lives Matter protest in Watford, where he said "show them where it hurts, abstain from spending your money in their shops and economies, and invest in black-owned businesses.
Joshua has expressed an interest in chess as well as reading as a way to reinforce his boxing and tactical abilities. In , Joshua was put on remand in Reading Prison for what he describes as "fighting and other crazy stuff".
He was made to wear an electronic tag on his ankle when released. He was found with eight ounces He was charged with possession with intent to supply a class B drug , an offence that carries a maximum year sentence.
Joshua was suspended from the GB Boxing squad and was sentenced to a month community order and hours' unpaid work after pleading guilty at crown court.
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But I am technically better and I think this is very important in this fight. We see a lot of mistakes from Anthony. A lot of bad sides to him.
I think these mistakes, and the bad sides, have stayed. When I am good, I beat him well. We will see how Joshua performs.
I have a lot of experience and I also learnt from the Klitschko fight. Whatever happens, I think it will be a great fight.
I love fighting. My heart, in this moment, feels alive and I am ready to do it. Honestly, for me it would not be a shock to beat him on Saturday night.
I have a lot of energy. I think the world needs a new world champion like me. I am coming for those belts, and I intend to be the new world champion.
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