The 27 year old undefeated and now WBA Super World heavyweight and IBF World heavyweight title holder Anthony Joshua is the new heavyweight king of the ring after an outstanding showing of skills and power against the long time champion and formidable Wladimir Klitschko.
Dr. Steelhammer, 41-year-old Wladimir Klitschko may have been envisioning a different ending of his career but young Anthony Joshua had a different plan and he executed it well tonight dropping Klitschko 4 times before the referee halts the fight to prevent further damage to Wladimir who was visibly overpowered by the younger, bigger and stronger Anthony Joshua.
This type of scene in boxing is normal as the younger and hungrier lion tries to dethrone the older one. Joshua, however, did it an epic fashion in front of 90,000 boxing fans inside the famous Wembley Stadium. He not only took out a long time reigning champion, he might just have finished off what Tyson Fury had started by giving Klitschko his first back to back loss. The 41-year-old Klitschko has made a name for himself and will certainly be remembered as one of the greatest heavyweights ever but it maybe time to hang it up as father time maybe catching up on him.
Klitschko's record stand at 64 wins and 5 losses, while Anthony Joshua's record is still unblemished and impressive with 19 wins and 19 KO's.
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