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(Boxing) Anthony Joshua wins Wladimir Klitschko By TKO In The 11th Round

Joshua won by TKO in 11th round adding IBO and WBA belts to his IBF Belt



Anthony Joshua knocked out Wladimir Klitschko in the 11th round

Joshua looked to have knocked out Klitschko from the opening bell of the 11th and
Klitschko went down, An uppercut! Klitschko was hurt, Joshua looked to finished the job and sending Klitschko crashing to the canvas again.
Klitschko went down a second time in the 11th! Klitschko beats the count but Joshua came in for the finish, Klitschko buckling under a flurry of punches and the referee intervenes! It was over

Round 10 (Joshua 94-94 Klitschko)

Another good combo by Joshua to open the 10th. Lots of jabs from both men. Klitschko still looked fresh but Joshua’s shown him a new look and he didn't quite figured it out yet. A very close round. Too close to call. I think Klitschko may have nicked it, certainly helped by the right that landed right at the bell.



Round 9 (Joshua 85-84 Klitschko)

A strong body shot from Joshua early and more would do more harm to the Ukrainian. The young champion looks tired, but he recommitted himself to the body attack and that was the right play. A sharp right by Joshua lands upstairs and got Klitschko’s attention. A nice recovery by Joshua here and Klitschko wasn't doing much to respond. Joshua did grab enough to take the Round.

Round 8 (Joshua 75-75 Klitschko)

Klitschko stalked Joshua, whose legs have recovered but who still finds himself on the wrong end of an increasingly worrying jab from the Ukranian. Klitschko pushing the pace here and the chasm in experience is showing. A close round but Klitschko won it with the jab. They’re back on even terms, on my card anyway, with four scheduled rounds to go.
Guardian’s unofficial score: Joshua 9-10 Klitschko (Joshua 75-75 Klitschko)

Round 7 (Joshua 65-65 Klitschko)

Joshua looked somewhat recovered as the seventh began , but Klitschko didnt wait a moment before teeing off with his ramrod jab. He did now out worked and outlanded the younger champion. It was Simply breathtaking. Joshua looked as if he took off the round in the hopes of recovering, but in the process Klitschko notched an easy one. Does Joshua have a second wind? Remember, this was his first ever time past the seventh round ...

Round 6 (Joshua 57-55 Klitschko)

Joshua losed his mouthpiece early in the round. And now Joshua went down! A massive right hand by Klitschko did it. Joshua in serious trouble! Oh dear. Joshua looks exhuasted. He’s taking shots that he saw coming. Too tired to move out of the line of fire. No legs, breathing through his mouth heavily. Now he digs deep at the end of the round but it’s surely too little too late. A hugely compelling fight was unfolding at Wembley.



Round 5 (Joshua 49-45 Klitschko)

Joshua came out firing in the fifth and hurting Klitschko! Klitschko went down early in the fifth! Looks like a left hook did it, but really it was more an accumulation of quick punches. Klitschko beats the count but he had a cut over his left eye and he was in trouble. But now it looks like Joshua is gassed after trying to close for the big finish. Joshua looked tired as Klitschko is getting his feet back. What a reversal! Joshua took a massive left hand.



4th Round (Joshua 39-37 Klitschko)

Only the third time Joshua has been past the third round. Klitschko scored early with a sharp right. Then he cracked Joshua again with a punch that prompts a collective groan from the crowd. Joshua answers with a hook followed by a right hand. A nice counter right by Joshua. Joshua’s linear assault on Klitschko was making him a far too easy target, but Klitschko was not making him pay enough.

3rd Round - (Joshua 29-28 Klitschko)

The fighters started out letting their hands go early in the round and the potential for an early knock out hovered. Joshua finally uncorked a right uppercut but missed the target, which stirred the crowd to the back rows. Joshua yet to landed anything strong yet but he looked more emboldened and opened up more. Klitschko was still bouncing on the balls of his feet, looking fresh. But even though he made Joshua miss and think, Wladimir was doing enough to score on his own right. Another close round but Joshua takes it for pressing the fight.

2nd Round (Joshua 19-19 Klitschko)

Klitschko scored with right-hand leads early in the second. good straight right from the Ukrainian to Joshua but Joshua fired back with bad intention and the crowd is whipped into a frenzy but couldn't connect to get the desired effect. Another low-action round as the fighters spent most of the session trading feints. A better, busier round for Klitschko and he ticked it on my card.

1st Round (Anthony Joshua 10-9 Wladimir Klitschko)

The fight began with Klitschko pawing with the left jab from the opening bell. The 41-year-old looked light on his feet. Each man feeling the other out in the middle of the ring. Lots of jabbing. Joshua moved forward and tried a left-right combination but missed. a massive sound from the crowd showed great support of the man! Joshua landed a good left. Klitschko looked light on his feet, but holding his left low, perhaps trying to set an early trap. Not much from either man but slightly more from AJ as he took the Round.

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