Jarrell Miller, who once came close to fighting Anthony Joshua, does not think that Otto Wallin will be an easy fight for the Brit, writes talksports.com.
Deontay Wilder believes that he and Anthony Joshua are on a path to facing each other in 2024 and the fight the world wants to see will happen, reports Skysports. Both Joshua and Wilder are on the same bill on Saudi Arabia on December 23, with the former facing Otto Wallin and Wilder against Joseph…
.Tyson praises fighter for sticking to game plan Former two-time world heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua, has told promoter, Eddie Hearn, that he has absolutely no interest in fighting newcomer, Francis Ngannou, when they discussed the opportunity of a big-money crossover clash, britishboxingnews.co.uk reports. The 44-year-old boxing promoter explained that Joshua expressed zero interest in taking…
Anthony Joshua will have to wait until March at the earliest to face Deontay Wilder after the heavyweight showdown suffered a new delay, reports mirror.co.uk.
Anthony Joshua’s seventh round knockout of Robert Helenius on Saturday has raised questions about the former world champion’s ability to face Deontay Wilder in such form.
Former world champion Anthony Joshua needed seven rounds to stop stand-in opponent Robert Helenius in the seventh round of their heavyweight bout on Saturday.
Anthony Joshua will fight Robert Helenius in London on Saturday after the Finnish boxer was parachuted in as a late replacement for Dillian Whyte.
Dillian Whyte's "adverse analytical findings" from a random anti-doping test have prompted the cancellation of his heavyweight clash with Anthony Joshua.
Eddie Hearn admits that Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder is more likely to hold in January than December - and isn’t expecting Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk to be on the same card, reports dailymail.co.uk.
Jermaine Franklin has been in the ring with both Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte recently and so, is in a position to know the abilities of the two pugilists, who will meet for the third at the O2 Arena, London, next month. When they were still amateurs, Whyte had the better of Joshua, but the…
Negotiations for the rematch between Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte are back on track after Joshua’s team agreed to remove their late requested rematch clause, skysports.com reports.
Anthony Joshua’s team has inserted a one-way rematch clause in his favour in a late addition to the contractual terms, which has complicated negotiations for a heavyweight fight with Dillian Whyte, writes skysports.com.