Anthony Joshua Not Fully Pleased With Recent TKO Win
Olympic gold medallist Anthony Joshua's seamless transition to the professional ranks continued on Saturday as he knocked out Dorian Darch in the second round in Cardiff.
The heavyweight was making his fourth professional outing and extended his 100 percent record as he put his Welsh opponent down. Out of 24 rounds he could have boxed since joining the paid ranks, the 24-year-old has been in the ring for just seven of them.
"A few things I was noticing in there when I was getting my jab going and my one-two, but you know how it is, the first round you are just warming into the fight. I was trying to capitalize on some of his weaknesses from early on, but as round two came along I started finding my rhythm. The next fight in March, hopefully you will see a bit of improvement," Joshua said.
He is next slated to fight in Glasgow on March 1.
Does he have a good trainer? That's the most important thing for him right now, he seems to be very talented.Comment by richardt on 02-02-2014
A heavyweight that is in great shape? Joshua should be in a freaking museum! I'm more than happy to support a fighter who actually does not include the buffet line as part of his training program. Any heavyweight who stays…Comment by knockoutkid on 02-02-2014
furys got much more ability than joshua will ever get or have he looks stiff and rickety on his feet he would lose to helenius on his best day.Comment by kafkod on 02-02-2014
[QUOTE=Tobi.G;14196390]He has time and has a much better future than Wilder, thats for sure. Wilder will be history soon but Joshua will easily beat someone like Fury in 2015 already.[/QUOTE] People forget that Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua are the…Comment by kafkod on 02-02-2014
[QUOTE=Earl Hickey;14196240]he should lose a little muscle. Vitali is a good example of how a super heavy should look imo[/QUOTE] Agreed. He is less ripped than Vlad, and I think that's why he didn't need to worry so much about…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (22)