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Photos: Joshua Celebrates With Lennox Lewis, Audley

LONDON, ENGLAND - Gold medalist Anthony Joshua (C) of Great Britain celebrates with former world heavweight boxing champion Lennox Lewis (R) and British professional boxer and super heavyweight gold medalist Audley Harrison (L) after the medal ceremony for the Men's super heavyweight (+91kg) final bout on Day 16 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at ExCeL.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by kessu.apengu on 08-13-2012

Dillian Whyte was once a kick boxer and fighting in MMA. The "first amateur bout" was not a problem for him. He can fight.

Comment by 4Corners on 08-13-2012

The new British savior is here. Hopefully he lives up to the hype. He looked really good at times, and average at best other times. Savon should have won, that was clear. I;m sure Joshua vs. Price will happen 5-6…

Comment by Tyrone Biggums! on 08-13-2012

Olympic heroes

Comment by Weebler I on 08-13-2012

Lennox did not turn pro until he was 27 and was defeated at the QF stage in his first Olympics. Joshua has a lot to learn but at 22 he has time on his side.

Comment by yoz on 08-13-2012

Let me fix that. [QUOTE=ksan;12421660]But I suppose no one could ever be as bad as Audley, so... yeah in the middle, contender in the HW's he could be, and even a champ, just like Wlad/Vitali or Povetkin, but he will…

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