The world of boxing has got more and more exciting in recent years, and it is no more exciting than right now. Anthony Joshua established himself as one of the best boxers in the United Kingdom. Before Deontay Wilder had become more publicly known, there didn’t seem like there was any contender out there who would be able to stop him. However, when we take a closer look at Deontay Wilder (the Bronze Bomber) from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and his work in the ring, he’s surely making a huge claim to be Anthony Joshua’s next opponent, and this has fans everywhere very excited.
When will it happen? Let’s hope it happens sooner rather than later in the year of 2018. Let’s take a look closer look at the fighters, shall we?
Naturally, the humble and likeable Anthony Joshua responded in kind to Deontay Wilder’s claims that Anthony Joshua is trying to duck out of the fight with him.
Some strong fighting words there, but Anthony Joshua has the right to fear Deontay Wilder just a little bit, given his punching power. However, it is abundantly clear that in the technique department, Joshua looks like a seasoned boxing professional, whilst Wilder is much “wilder” in his fighting style. He’s got that slugger punch style down to a T, since the man’s got two baseball bats for hands, which if they catch you, will send you down to the mat in no time. If you’re able to get back up before the 10 count after taking one of those to the face, you’re probably going to get caught with another damning blow to the temple or jaw. Don’t believe us? Take a look Deontay Wilder’s Last 10 Knockouts below!
Can Deontay Wilder stand up to Anthony Joshua in the ring? Does Wilder have the technique to last the rounds with Joshua, or is it vice versa? Does Joshua have the chin to withstand a full force haymaker from Deontay Wilder? Who knows? Take a look at Anthony Joshua’s Last 10 Knockouts and judge for yourself.
We all remember Anthony Joshua’s beating of Wladimir Klitschko and his recent destruction of Carlos Takam, but how could Joshua handle somebody like Deontay Wilder?
Let’s look at details and physical attributes of both boxers now, starting with Deontay Wilder, who is 32-years old, holds a record of 39 fights and 38 knockouts, with no losses.
As for Anthony Joshua, he is 28-years old, holds a record of 20 fights and 20 TKO’s or KO’s all together.
If the promoters are going to give the public what they want, then we may see the Anthony Joshua vs. Deontay Wilder fight coming one day very soon, hopefully by spring time next year at the earliest. Let’s keep our ears and eyes peeled for this boxing super bout, coming to a screen near you.
Brainstain, over and out!
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