Tag Archives: Anthony Joshua

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Just How ‘Flying’ is British Boxing at the Moment?

By Jake Collins (@MelancholyFolly) “British boxing is back on the map!” is something I’ve seen a lot of over the last year or so. Is it currently at its highest…

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Looking Back at Joshua Vs. Klitschko

By Jake Collins @MelancholyFolly Firstly, it’s fantastic to look back on such a high profile Heavyweight fight and say – “Yeah, that was brilliant”. This fight had pretty much everything:…

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Canelo Returns this Weekend with his Status as Boxing’s Cash Cow Challenged

By Alex Beard (@alex_beard17) Since Floyd Mayweather’s retirement in September 2015 – ignoring his apparent un-retirement for MMA superstar Conor McGregor – it has been Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez who has…

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A Brief View on Joshua Vs. Klitschko

By John Hoolan @TheBoxingMadMan Klitschko Vs Joshua – A Few Thoughts. There has been a lot written and said about the upcoming Anthony Joshua Vs Wladimir Klitschko fight. Some have…

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FirstClassBoxing Give Our Predictions For Joshua Vs. Klitschko

This Saturday night in front of 90,000 fans at Wembley Stadium, the young lion will take on the old master… Anthony Joshua will take on Wladimir Klitschko for the IBF,…

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Questions Abound Heading into Joshua-Klitschko

By Alex Beard (@alex_beard17) To the delight of his One Direction-esque following, Anthony Joshua’s showdown with former divisional kingpin Wladimir Klitschko is now just four days away. The Brit will…

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Is Ortiz a Genuine Threat?

By Perry Lynden (@PerryLyndenldn) Luis Ortiz (27-0, 23KOs) is the mandatory challenger for the WBA Heavyweight belt. This means he will be facing either Anthony Joshua or Vladimir Klitschko, but…

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Anticipation for 2017: A Year That Will Put Boxing Back on the Map

By: Dallas Orysiuk (@Chargers204) After 2016 has come to a close and doing some reflection; 2016 was a quiet but entertaining year for boxing. We had slugfests like Orlando Salido…

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Contextualising: Beginning of a Legacy or the Roaring of the Hype Machine ?

By Jake Collins (@MelancholyFolly) When analysing a fighter or indeed a fight, one of the most crucial (though criminally underused) things to take into consideration is context. A fact may…

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What Fight will be ‘Fight of the Night’?

By Alex Beard (@alex_beard17) Saturday night hosts a variety of fights across the globe that could conceivably steal the show. Add in Joseph Parker’s WBO heavyweight title win over Andy…