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British Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua Defends WBA And IBF Titles

News by Published on Updated on 29 Oct,2017

The defending World Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua has reclaimed his IBF and WBA titles in a long ten rounds bout in Cardiff.

The 28-year-old British boxer endured a frustrating night before he stopped Carlos Takam from taking his titles. Joshua was playing his first match since he ended the great Wladimir Klitschko- where he required his advantages in speed, size, and power to the French opponent.

Anthony Joshua regains his IBF and WBA titles after a tough bout in Cardiff

Anthony Joshua regains his IBF and WBA titles after a tough bout in Cardiff

Source: Daily Express

Joshua has taken his record to 20-0, after defeating Carlos Takam last night in the bout which came to a controversial end- where referee opted to put Takam out of his misery by stopping the fight in the tenth round of the bout.

The former Olympic gold medalist backed referee Edwards though; admitting that that was not his concern to protect Takam as that is what a referee is there to do.

Anthony Joshua takes his winning streak to 20-0 with a victory against Carlos Takam

Anthony Joshua takes his winning streak to 20-0 with a victory against Carlos Takam

Source: The Sun

The young British fighter suffered a swollen nose on the second round due to a collision with Takam's head which appeared to destabilize the Watford-born fighter.

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