Sport Fury: Joshua will fall

10:05  21 april  2017
10:05  21 april  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

Short film of Anthony Joshua's life to be shown before Wladimir Klitschko fight

  Short film of Anthony Joshua's life to be shown before Wladimir Klitschko fight Anthony Joshua has revisited the journey that took him from teenage tearaway to world heavyweight champion in the build up to his April 29 fight with Wladimir Klitschko. The 27-year-old, who makes the latest defence of his IBF title at Wembley Stadium and who also bids to win the WBA belt last held by Tyson Fury, has featured in a short film alongside his mum Yeta Odusanya that captures his rise.It was in football that Joshua first showed his athletic promise, but there were also frequent brushes with the law, most noticeably in 2010 when - by the time he was an amateur boxer - he was arrested with cannabis in his car.

Hughie Fury has predicted a crushing defeat for Anthony Joshua and would be willing to face Wladimir Klitschko as he attempts to reclaim the world titles for his family. Fury : Joshua will fall . 7. Klopp: Hart not for us.

Hughie Fury has predicted a crushing defeat for Anthony Joshua and would be willing to face Wladimir Klitschko as he attempts to reclaim the world titles for his family. Trending. 1. Fury : Joshua will fall .

Hughie Fury has predicted a crushing defeat for Anthony Joshua and would be willing to face Wladimir Klitschko as he attempts to reclaim the world titles for his family.

IBF champion Joshua has become embroiled in a Twitter row with Fury's cousin Tyson as he prepares to face Klitschko at Wembley Stadium on April 29, live on Sky Sports Box Office.

Hughie wants Joshua to claim victory, despite the war of words between 'AJ' and Tyson, the former unified champion, but fears the 27-year-old's lack of experience will be brutally exposed by Klitschko.

Short film of Anthony Joshua's life to be shown before Wladimir Klitschko fight

  Short film of Anthony Joshua's life to be shown before Wladimir Klitschko fight Anthony Joshua has revisited the journey that took him from teenage tearaway to world heavyweight champion in the build up to his April 29 fight with Wladimir Klitschko. The 27-year-old, who makes the latest defence of his IBF title at Wembley Stadium and who also bids to win the WBA belt last held by Tyson Fury, has featured in a short film alongside his mum Yeta Odusanya that captures his rise.It was in football that Joshua first showed his athletic promise, but there were also frequent brushes with the law, most noticeably in 2010 when - by the time he was an amateur boxer - he was arrested with cannabis in his car.

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And when Fury and Joshua finally meet in the ring, the machine will bear bountiful fruit. Hold the bells! At his gym in the Essex countryside, Joshua pounds the heavy bag so hard you fear the ceiling will fall in.

"Yes, definitely be tuning in for that one, it's going to be an exciting fight," said Fury, who is preparing for his own world title fight against WBO champion Joseph Parker.

"I do think it's a tiny bit soon for Joshua, but I do wish him all the best and I hope he wins. I would go with Klitschko with the experience. I just think it's a tiny bit too soon for Joshua. Definitely a knockout.

"He wasn't an 11 year champion for nothing. Like I say, you cannot rush into big fights like him, thinking 'yeah I'm just going to knock him over like every other man'.

"He's not going to stand there to be hit. He's not had the experience to go with someone like him."

Asked if he would consider a future fight with Klitschko, Fury said: "Definitely, it would be another exciting fight.

"It doesn't really matter. It would be nice if Joshua pulls it off, but we'll see."

Fury can regain one of the world titles which were vacated by Tyson last year when he challenges Parker in New Zealand on May 6, and hopes to then battle the other remaining champions.

The 22-year-old said: "I'm not looking past anyone at the moment. I'm looking forward to Parker, and after one belt, I'm coming for them all.

"I want to unify the heavyweight division - and that is what I will do."

Watch Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium on April 29, live on Sky Sports Box Office. Book the event online here or via your Sky remote.

Wladimir Klitschko's career in numbers .
Wladimir Klitschko fights to become a three-time world heavyweight champion when he challenges IBF title holder Anthony Joshua at Wembley Stadium on Saturday. Here, Press Association Sport takes a statistical look at the Ukrainian's decorated career.68 - Professional fights Klitschko has had, which is already over a third more than the fighter widely considered to have preceded him as the world's leading heavyweight, Lennox Lewis.78 - the percentage of opponents Klitschko has stopped inside the distance. He has won 64 of those 68 fights, and 53 via stoppage.

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