as declared in Anthony Joshua could enlist the help of two of Team GB’s biggest boxers as he looks for the right sparring partners to prepare him to fight Wladimir Klitschko.
“I think he’s looking forward to getting back into camp now.
“I think he will be looking to stand in front of Klitschko and throw shots and fight like he always does,” Hearn said.
Brit Joshua is already in training for the biggest fight of his career on April 29, where he will be defending his IBF heavyweight belt and also competing for the vacant WBA ‘super’ title at London’s Wembley stadium.
Article continues belowJoyce is the same height as Klitschko and Joshua, and after his silver medal at the Rio Olympic Games, it is surely only a matter of time before he turns professional.
as declared in Anthony Joshua likely to spar with Team GB’s Joe Joyce and Frazer Clarke for Wladimir Klitschko fightAnthony Joshua faces Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium on April 29, live on Sky Sports Box OfficeAnthony Joshua is expected to bring in two of Team GB’s heavyweight giants as sparring partners to help him prepare for Wladimir Klitschko.
Joyce won silver in the super-heavyweight tournament at the Rio Games”I think Fraser and Joe Joyce, they have given him a huge amount of rounds.
Tale of the Tape”I think he’s looking forward to getting back into camp now.
The 40-year-old Klitschko stands at 6ft 6in and Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn has suggested the towering amateur duo of Joe Joyce and Frazer Clarke could return after working as sparring partners in the past.
“I think he will be looking to stand in front of Klitschko and throw shots and fight like he always does,” said Hearn.
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Wladimir Klitschko and Anthony Joshua lock horns at Wembley Stadium
The WBA ‘Super’ title, as well as Anthony Joshua’s IBF title, are up for grabs.
It’s starting to feel like the release of an action-packed blockbuster as Saturday 29 of April draws closer, and why not?
Article continues belowSpeaking to TalkSPORT, Klitschko admits to the sheer magnitude of the event, saying: “I had maybe 40,000, 50,000, 60,000 but never 90,000.”
But having lost just 4 times in 68 fights, the veteran has every chance of squaring up to Joshua in what promises to be a thrilling encounter come April.
Do you think Klitschko has what it takes?
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