A week before the high-profile fight between Wladimir Klitschko and Anthony Joshua rare British boxer made his prediction for the match 10 years in the heavyweight division.
Tyson fury: “In the battle between Joshua and Klitschko I put on an early victory of Vladimir, just because he’s better.”
Ricky Hatton: “While the status of the applicant, Klitschko will be configured like never before. But I can’t help thinking that none of us are eternal.”
Hughie fury: “I wish Joshua all the best and hope that he will win, but I think that this fight is too early for him. I put on the experience of Klitschko. His victory will surely be a knockout.”
Gillian white: “I won’t be shocked if Joshua would be knocked out. He’s not the best chin, he can not cope with the holding of strokes, and Vladimir can hit very hard.”
Carl Froch: “If Klitschko will be motivated, and he tells about his obsession, then it’s really bad news for Joshua. If Vladimir will be aiming to fire and to move well, using their data and experience, Joshua can indeed be a bad night: he will fall apart and ultimately lose.”
Lennox Lewis: “I’d put my money on Vladimir because of his experience. We saw a lot of fighting Joshua, but he’s all knocked out. So, what he could learn, where he could gain experience? I’d bet on experience, but only by a small margin, because with all his experience, we don’t know how much can withstand the body of Vladimir”.
Fight Wladimir Klitschko Anthony Joshua will be held on April 29 in London at Wembley. For a duel of two Olympic Champions will live to see 90 thousand people that would replay the record for post-war Britain.
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