Dez. Anthony Joshua ist nach dem spektakulären Schwergewichts-Clash vor Zuschauern im Wembley Stadion gegen Wladimir Klitschko. Okt. Am April beendete er die Klitschko-Ära: Anthony „AJ“ Joshua (27) aus England, bester Schwergewichtsboxer der Welt. Am Oktober. Apr. Alle Stimmen und Reaktionen zum WM-Kampf im Schwergewicht zwischen Anthony Joshua und Wladimir Klitschko im Londoner. In der Zielgruppe sahen die kurzen Vorberichte mit 1,01 Millionen sogar mehr Zuschauer als den triple chance tricks Kampf. Handballer erschweren "Big Casino rewards main login das Comeback In der Zielgruppe schalteten 1,81 Millionen Zuschauer ein, was tollen 19,8 Prozent entspricht. Offensichtlich blieben also einige Zuschauer von der Datingshow "Take Me Out" zumindest noch kurz dran. Knapp 12 Millionen sahen Halbfinal-Niederlage Joshua ist noch kein frankfurt to freiburg Klitschko. Für Klitschko war es im
He was the underdog with bookmakers, with only George Foreman having won a recognised world title past the age of The trademark jab and power right hand were on show, as was guts aplenty in getting up three times.
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When referee David Fields raised his arm to end the contest as Klitschko used the ropes for support. You cant question big anthonyfjoshua heart and balls now!
Heart of a lion! At least it was during a match edit. Both these heavyweight giants went down from sledgehammer punches in the first half of a brutal battle between two men steeped in mutual respect, Klitschko in the fifth round, Joshua hitting the deck even harder in the sixth.
You have to have the whole package. Tony Bellew has got close to Joshua over these last few months of training. When he got Joshua it did hit him good but once he went down he just pressed.
Get close and throw punches. Within minutes of Joshua beating Klitschko, Deontay Wilder says he would relish the chance to get into the ring with AJ.
That would certainly guarantee another 90, punters if it were to happen at Wembley. Joshua had gone back to his corner shaking his head. But after a lecture from trainer McCracken he mounted a magficent do-or-die effort.
A right uppercut started Klitschko on the downward path to the canvas again. A second barrage dropped him for a second time. Again the older man clambered to his feet but as he took more sustained punishment on the ropes American referee David Fields called it off.
It was a sensational ending to a tremendous fight. Joshua knocks Klitchsko down twice in round 11 to beat Wladimir Klitschko.
He sent him down first in the round with a superb combination before brute force did it again and then he caught the Ukrainian between the eyes to finish it.
Klitschko had been expected to dominate the championship rounds. Joshua challenged that theory with another early burst. Joshua walks into a big right hand and then fails to find his range.
Remarkably the year-old was moving more fluently on his toes. The crowd were roaring for every Joshua swing but by no means all were landing.
Joshua needed to find a second wind and he showed signs of recovery in the eighth. Heads of both boxers coming closer again. This has flowed quite well but both are started to come together that bit more than before.
Joshua finishes the round as the aggressor. Klitschko had been accused of being the jabber and grabber and jabber but it was Joshua who was holding — and gasping — now as Klitschko took control with his experience and ring generalship.
Joshua looked troubled and alarmed at the start of the sixth. His instincts were correct. Even with a nick on his cheek. Klitschko looked the stronger and proved it with a huge right which dropped him onto the seat of his pants, then his knees.
Joshua climbed upright but the Ukrainian was the hunter now. Now came the Joshua everyone loves. A barn-storming onslaught which lowered Klitschko to his knees for an eight count.
The round took on epic proportions as Klitschko came back with clubbing blows from both fists which had Joshua reeling on the rope. It was the younger man who looked exhausted as the round ended, even though the knock down was in the bank.
Joshua has Klitschko down with a strong left hand. The Ukrainian has a busted eye but he fights back. Both exchanging heavy blows.
Right hand from Klitschko connected as they entered the last minute of the fifth round. Both finish the round grappling. Klitschko upped the ante at the start of the fourth, connecting with a two-fisted attack early on.
Although Joshua steadied himself he was having difficulty landing cleanly and was out-boxed for the first time. Big right hand from Joshua pushed Klitschko back.
Both starting to come together that bit more. The Ukrainian dropping his guard that bit more when they are toe-to-toe. But he was not entirely passive, even though Joshua extended his lead.
Both boxers quite far apart as the third round comes to a close. Joshua connecting off the back foot as Klitschko jumps back to dodge.
Klitschko was soon his feet as the bell rang for the start of the second, with Joshua still seated receiving instructions.
Once they got going it was still a question of the jabs. Joshua double-upped with his left and probably edged the round but the only big right to land thus far came from Klitschko.
Joshua standing off a bit more. Klitschko bouncing left to right. Joshua moving back to make space for shots but he fails to land. Ukrainian manages to connect with right hand.
Surprisingly, Joshua had weighed in heavier than Klitschko, by a full ten pounds. Presumably the older man was looking for more speed but although the first feelers came from his left hand the more meaningful of the early punches came from Joshua in flurries.
A reasonable start for AJ. Joshua connects several times as Klitschko tries to fire back at the former Olympian. The Ukrainian dodged out of the way enough times not to get hurt.
Joshua does enough to take the round, surely. Klitschko stalking Joshua, whose legs have recovered but who still finds himself on the wrong end of an increasingly worrying jab from the Ukranian.
Klitschko pushing the pace here and the chasm in experience is showing. A close round but Klitschko won it with the jab. Say what you want about Klitschko but his conditioning is impeccable.
Joshua looks as if he took off the round in the hopes of recovering, but in the process Klitschko notches an easy one. Does Joshua have a second wind?
Remember, this will be his first ever time past the seventh round Joshua loses his mouthpiece early in the round. And now Joshua is down!
A massive right hand by Klitschko did it. Joshua in serious trouble! Too tired to move out of the line of fire.
No legs, breathing through his mouth heavily. A hugely compelling fight is unfolding here at Wembley. Klitschko is down early in the fifth!
Looks like a left hook did it, but really it was the accumulation of quick punches. But now it looks like Joshua is gassed after trying to close for the big finish.
Joshua looks tired as Klitschko is getting his feet back. Joshua takes a massive left hand. Only the third time Joshua has been past the third round.
Klitschko scoring early with a sharp right. Then he cracks Joshua again with a punch that prompts a collective groan from the crowd.
Joshua answers with a hook followed by a right hand. A nice counter right by Joshua. The fighters are starting to let their hands go early in the round and the potential for fireworks looms.
Joshua finally uncorks a right uppercut but misses the target, but even the missed power shot stirs the crowd to the back rows. Klitschko still bouncing on the balls of his feet, looking fresh.
Another close round but Joshua takes it for pressing the fight. Klitschko scoring with right-hand leads early in the second. A good straight right from the Ukranian.
Another low-action round as the fighters spent most of the session trading feints.