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Watch: Slow-Mo Of The Brutal Joshua Uppercut That Sealed Klitschko’s Fate

Anthony Joshua confirmed his status as boxing’s most fiercesome heavyweight last night when he stopped Wladimir Klitschko in front of 90,000 home fans at Wembly. The Englishman has been the great hope of British boxing since his Olympic heroics of 2012 and following his decision to join the professional ranks, has embarked on an uninterrupted campaign of destruction. Going into …

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Twitter: Tyson Fury Congratulates Anthony Joshua, But Also Gives AJ A Little Reminder

Ahead of Saturday night’s massive heavyweight showdown between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko, Tyson Fury wished Joshua good luck and urged his countryman to “do the biz”. “Let’s make the biggest fight of the century,” added the man who was stripped of or vacated each of the alphabet titles that Joshua and Klitschko scrapped over at Wembley, but is still …

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Twitter Reacts To The Heavyweight Classic Between Anthony Joshua And Wladimir Klitschko At Wembley

In one of the most significant heavyweight title fights in years, Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko produced action, drama and excitement to match the momentous occasion. After a tentative but gripping opening few rounds, Joshua dropped Klitschko beneath an intense shower of punches in the fifth, only to run out of gas and flirt with defeat in the closing seconds …

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Video: Klitschko Oozes Class In Post-Fight Interview

Despite losing one of the most high-profile fights of his career, Wladimir Klitschko oozed class having been through a mammoth eleven-round duel with Anthony Joshua on Saturday night.  Those who made it to Wembley Stadium will forever be part of history in what was a huge night for the sport as a whole. Both Klitschko and Joshua, who showed a huge …

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Watch: Anthony Joshua Survives Major Crisis To Dramatically Finish Wladimir Klitschko In The 11th

Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko both covered themselves in glory tonight, producing a heavyweight classic in front of a beyond-capacity crowd of 90,000 people at Wembley Stadium in London. Joshua showed immense fitness, poise and resiliency to rebound from a seemingly terminal crisis in the middle rounds and finish Klitschko in the 11th. Klitschko took the centre of the ring …

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Twitter Reacts To Yet Another Aggressive And Impressive Katie Taylor Victory

Katie Taylor made an early appearance on the Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko card on Saturday night, taking to the centre of a still sparsely populated Wembley Stadium in London and battering Germany’s Nina Meinke to a seventh-round TKO defeat. By now, we already know what to expect from the professional version of Taylor – constant aggression and blisteringly fast …

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Celtic E-Sports League: Wednesday Night Review #11

SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 13: A ball sit on the roof of the net during the Barclays Premier League match between Southampton and Newcastle United at St Mary's Stadium on September 13, 2014 in Southampton, England. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Welcome to Celtic E-Sports League Review blog. There was only one game on Wednesday night due to unforeseen circumstances. The only game played was Dundalk (Graham Leydon) versus Wolves (Nathan Riches). An emphatic and deserved fixture victory for Dundalk was in store as Wolves had a night to forget in the latter stages of the Celtic E-Sports League. The tone …

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Watch: Tony Bellew And Deontay Wilder Trade Expletives During Intense Confrontation At Joshua/Klitschko Weigh-In

WBC cruiserweight champion and recent heavyweight blow-in Tony Bellew got into a rather intense back-and-forth with WBC heavyweight titlist Deontay Wilder at the Joshua/Klitschko weigh-in on Friday. While Bellew was being interviewed by Kugan Cassius of iFL TV, the American made a rather loud entrance, distracting the Liverpudlian. Wilder then came closer to Bellew, addressing him as “boy”, and a …

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Conlan ‘Conqueror’ Vladimir Nikitin Loses To Irish Boxer, Michael Rejoices On Twitter

A little poetic justice was served at the National Stadium in Dublin on Friday, as Vladimir Nikitin, the Russian who infamously benefited from an atrocious decision to move past Ireland’s Michael Conlan and into a bronze-medal spot at last year’s Olympic games, was trumped by Galway boxer Patrick Mongan. Competing at lightweight, one weight-class and four kilograms up from where …

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