He is demolishing everyone - Tyson excited to see Joshua

He is demolishing everyone - Tyson excited to see Joshua

Former super-middleweight world champion Carl Froch, who beat George Groves at Wembley Stadium in 2014: "This is Joshua's first real test at world level". Klitschko began piling up rounds and it seemed like the savvy Ukrainian would quiet the hometown fans, until Joshua turned things around with that vicious right uppercut. Klitschko was knocked down a second time after a combination against the ropes, but he continued to fight back despite being hurt until referee David Fields jumped in to rescue him as Joshua was teeing off.

And it didn't take Fury long at all to respond to Joshua's victory.

OSN is your home for combat sport these days and they will be showing the fight on OSN Sports Action 2. Two judges had Joshua ahead (96-93 and 95-93) at the time of the stoppage, while the third had Klitschko leading (95-93).

Round 1: Both fighters come out jabbing, but Anthony Joshua lands the better flurries. Wlad is going to be a bit crafty I think and will be holding and moving out of range a lot.

Joshua, who was still groggy from the round before, is hurt badly. Somehow, though, he managed to find his legs and keep Klitschko away before mounting a counter-attack in the 11th round that won the fight in spectacular fashion.

"I don't know if it's stupid or smart (that I've made a video recording of my fight prediction)".

By taking on Klitschko - with his name recognition and place in the heavyweight division - Joshua is gaining instant credibility. "This isn't rocket science - this is just a fight", said Joshua, who held an open workout, as did Klitschko, at Wembley Arena on Wednesday. While Joshua has never been beyond seven rounds, Klitschko has been 12 rounds nine times.

A 14-year age gap between the 27-year-old Briton and a fighter he once assisted as a sparring partner means some pundits have styled the bout as apprentice meets master. He will study those long and hard, and has said that a challenge like this would bring out the best in him. I was planning to do it. I was planning to do it - it didn't work - but all the respect to Anthony, congratulations.

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Some 90,000 are expected to fill the stadium Saturday night for what has been billed as the biggest heavyweight fight in more than a decade. "Win, defend, go again".

"The Machine' believes Joshua is soaking up all the pressure and is ready for the biggest fight in British history".

After a telling off in the corner, Klitschko began the fourth full of intent and landed a couple of right hands.

Joshua has never gone past the seventh round in a fight. He needs that. He's got a whole country behind him, and it's for him to really enhance his ability, and try and get better and better.

It was a battle of massive heavyweights, with both standing 6-foot-6.

They are almost identical in size, 6 foot 6 inches tall, 240-250 pounds in weight, the biggest difference is in age, but along with age comes wisdom and experience something Klitschko will have over the younger Joshua.

Indeed, London 2012 gold medallist Joshua was only six when Klitschko topped the podium at the 1996 Atlanta Games. SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® pre-fight coverage begins live on SHOWTIME at 4:15 p.m. ET/1:15 p.m. PT with all the grand pre-fight pageantry from London.