Tyson Fury has been given the ‘green light’ from the BBBofC to return to the ring. The ex-world champion was a world class fighter when he beat the great Wladimir Klitschko in a huge upset. So who could Fury face when he returns to the ring.
Anthony Joshua has a number of opponents who he could fight next as he is seen one of the best if not the best heavyweight boxer in the world right now.
That fight was stopped too early!
Whyte vs Wilder… this fight has been on the lips of many boxing fans for recently. Deontay Wilder the current WBC champion… is he a worthy world champion? Dillian ‘The Bodysnatcher’ Whyte, the man who was the first to test AJ… is he world class?
Dillian Whyte vs Robert Helenius… Will it be a good scrap? Dillian Whyte is most known for being rival of world champ AJ. He was Joshua’s first tough test and was seen to wobble Joshua in round two of their fight. Robert Helenius is an established heavyweight, most notoriously scoring a controversial split decision victory over Dereck Chisora. Helenius is a solid heavyweight and could be a tough test for the Briton. Whyte is a potential world title contender and can take some heavy shots, taking Joshua 7 rounds and taking Chisora the distance.
This Saturday Anthony Joshua fights Carlos Takam in Cardiff, Wales. Joshua is set to defend his IBF and WBA belts (along with his IBO title which isn’t a real world title *cough* *cough* Chris Eubank).
Kubrat Pulev has been forced to pull out of his fight with Anthony Joshua for the IBF and WBA titles. Pulev was a great competitor and would have quite likely lasted a good few rounds, but after he recently obtained a shoulder injury during training.
The next two months of boxing is straight FIRE, here’s whats in store for September and October.
Since the retirement of the great Wladimir Klitschko, the question of who Anthony Joshua will face next is on a lot of peoples minds. Joshua vs Pulev is looking most likely.