How Nigeria rejected Anthony Joshua - The Eagle Online

Nigeria boxing chiefs have claimed Anthony Joshua was keen to represent them at Beijing 2008 Olympics, but was told “he wasn't good enough”. Joshua was born in Watford to Nigerian parents in 1989 and spent some of his early years in the West African ...

Anthony Joshua did it the right way - 15rounds.com

Saturday at Wembley Stadium in London, before a crowd of 90,000 or so, British heavyweight Anthony Joshua defeated by 11th-round technical knockout Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko to become the undefeated, undisputed heavyweight champion of the world ...

The 11 things you might have missed this weekend - Telegraph.co.uk

Anthony Joshua defeated Wladimir Klitschko in the most dramatic of heavyweight fights, North Korea reportedly test-fired a ballistic missile and police hunt woman "hugely significant" in Madeline McCann inquiry. If you've been away from a screen or ...

Deontay Wilder: I'm coming for Anthony Joshua - Boxing News 24

By Scott Gilfoid: IBF/WBA champion Anthony Joshua (19-0, 19 KOs) on Sunday in telling him that he's coming for him. Wilder wants to fight Joshua as soon as possible. Deontay was ringside for Joshua's dismal performance last Saturday against Wladimir ...

Fight for the ages ranks among best since Ali era as Joshua breathes life into boxing - Irish Independent

Anthony Joshua celebrates after victory over Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium. Photo: Richard Heathcote 1 Anthony Joshua celebrates after victory over Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium. Photo: Richard Heathcote/Getty Images. Paul Hayward.

Trembly at WembleyAnthony Joshua's victory over Wladimir Klitschko should revive heavyweight boxing - The Economist (blog)

AS ANTHONY JOSHUA crumpled to the canvas, it looked like his defence of his heavyweight world-championship title would not make it past the sixth round. In his 18 previous professional bouts, the 27-year-old Londoner had never been beyond seven ...

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