Dimanche, 29 Mars 2020
Dernières nouvelles
Principale » Anthony Joshua: You have to knock your opponent out

Anthony Joshua: You have to knock your opponent out

13 Septembre 2017

She will fight on the undercard of Anthony Joshua's defence of his unified World heavyweight title against Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev.

Sanchez collected the vacant strap on Saturday night with a stoppage win over Argentine compatriot Cecila Sofia Mena in Buenos Aires, adding that to the IBF Super-Featherweight crown the 26 year old claimed in 2016 having moved up from Featherweight where she held the interim IBF strap - but Taylor is confident she will make her WBA Lightweight reign a short one and triumph in Wales.

The former Olympic Gold medalist will surely be hoping to seize her opportunity next month as she has already shown her dominance in the ring by knocking out four of her previous six opponents.

"That was a near-experience I went through and I'm now going to show what I've learned from it", Joshua said.

The pair clash next month in what will be Joshua's first fight since his seismic win over long-time heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko in April.

But, if the 27-year-old has his way, there will be plenty more historic nights for boxing fans to look forward to. "We saw that in the last fight". It's about finesse, outclassing your opponents.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Gets New Trailer Revealing the Feral Tribe
The first sign of a Feral Orc being near is the ferocious snarl and roar as they prepare for battle. In Shadow of War , Orcs are now affiliated with certain tribes.

"I worked very hard to be in this position, so here we are October 28".

"He seems to still have that ring inexperience about him, outpunched himself in the fifth round in the Klitschko fight, was quite open to see".

"You can take a man out by going to war or go down the technically flawless route, which just looks better on the super slo-mo, punch-perfect". "We'll leave no stone unturned", trainer Rob McCracken insisted.

As expected, she again shares the bill with Joshua, who defends his title against Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev.

"We're not ducking [any challenger], we're firing back". Each challenge that presents itself is another hurdle. Punch ideal, that's the type of knock-outs I want.

Anthony Joshua: You have to knock your opponent out