Klitschko wants rematch after Joshua loss

Klitschko was trying to reclaim two of the three belts he lost to Joshua's fellow Briton Tyson Fury by an upset on points in November 2015.

It was anybody's fight when Joshua landed a right uppercut early in the 11th round that spun Klitschko's head around.

The 27-year-old added the WBA title to his IBF championship in front of 90,000 at Wembley Stadium by recovering from the first knockdown of his career to stop one of the finest heavyweights in history.

"I can only improve from this, if I don't then I'm a silly man". I will take my time.

He added: "There's been many a time in training when we go into the 11th round and trainer Rob McCracken has said "all right, next one" and I'm exhausted but I know I have to keep it up because I have to go the distance". I wouldn't mind fighting him again; if he wants a rematch no problem.

The Ukrainian continued in the sixth, setting up his opponent with the jab before a huge right cross sent Joshua down.

Fury has been inactive since his defeat of Klitschko having most recently struggled with depression, but he has remained a consistent presence on social media. Klitschko got up quickly, and outlasted a barrage from Joshua before turning things around and landing a powerful left hook of his own, rocking the younger fighter. "He managed to get up: respect". Now I feel like I've had 144 rounds of boxing.

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"It will have taken a lot more out of Wladimir [than Joshua] that's for sure", said McCracken.

"I want to get stronger". I recovered well, took a beating, but recovered well.

He showed a level of heart and ability to bounce back from adversity that we did not see in some time. I wish I could've raised my hand. Klitschko put up a good fight and he could have won if not for the 11th round KO.

"I enjoyed the night". I was in tremendous shape. If they decide to share it with us, he or she is welcome, but my prediction is right there.

It was a thrilling contest which saw both combatants clamber off the canvas seemingly on the verge of defeat and looks destined to be recalled as one of the great heavyweight title fights. On the response from the fans, it was a great night.

"Everything going well [a win against Cojanu], we will be taking Joe overseas", Barry told Newshub.