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  • Comments Thread For: Hearn on Joshua: AJ Has to Push Usyk Back Just Like Chisora Did, Has to Hurt Usyk Early

    Eddie Hearn believes Anthony Joshua could take a page or two out of Derek Chisora's playbook in his rematch against heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk.
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  • #2
    Joshua don't have cardio to push himself up
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    • #3
      Not the right advice from Hearn.
      Joshua should throw double the amount of jabs he threw last time for atleast first 6 rounds. And in first 6 rounds close the last minute of each round strongly

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jackblack008 View Post
        Not the right advice from Hearn.
        Joshua should throw double the amount of jabs he threw last time for atleast first 6 rounds. And in first 6 rounds close the last minute of each round strongly
        Joshua's jab can be very passive, shades of David Price. Joshua does not have a solid super heavyweight Jab to date, it comes and goes.

        But if he has improved this? Then yes, the Jab is the key.

        Just imagine Lennnox Lewis or Wladimir Kiltschko vs Usyk. I think they would shut Usyk down with the Jab.

        If Joshua had a ram rod jab, this could actually help him pace himself.

        Joshua's inability to fight a big man styled fight, is really making this fight complicated.

        It is not a easy challenge, but technically and tactic wise it should be straight forward etc.


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          Don't forget to load-up the gloves, like you did with Cheeseora.
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          • #6
            With this gameplan, AJ gets ko'd for sure

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            • #7
              AJ can win.

              His lead straight right and body shots were very successful in the first fight.

              Forget the jab until Usyk is worried about the lead right, then the left hand and hook comes into play.

              Will probably need to get Usyk out early though.
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              • #8
                Lol.......Joshua has bad stamina and can not outbox Uysk as was proven so his options are few .In a nutshell he's got to go for broke and risk getting chined and running out of gas again. Uysk has only looked good at heavyweight in defeating Joshua , surely that tells you something!
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by PRINCEKOOL View Post

                  Joshua's jab can be very passive, shades of David Price. Joshua does not have a solid super heavyweight Jab to date, it comes and goes.

                  But if he has improved this? Then yes, the Jab is the key.

                  Just imagine Lennnox Lewis or Wladimir Kiltschko vs Usyk. I think they would shut Usyk down with the Jab.

                  If Joshua had a ram rod jab, this could actually help him pace himself.

                  Joshua's inability to fight a big man styled fight, is really making this fight complicated.

                  It is not a easy challenge, but technically and tactic wise it should be straight forward etc.

                  You have to set your feet or step in to throw a solid, ramrod jab. It's difficult to do that against a guy as quick and unpredictable as Usyk, who is constantly moving and switching angles to stop his opponents from setting themselves. Usyk is a master of positional footwork, keeping his lead foot outside an orthodox opponent's lead foot so he can step in and throw looping left hands around or over their jab. Wlad and Lennox never fought a southpaw who was as good as Usyk at slipping and countering a left jab .

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by kafkod View Post

                    You have to set your feet or step in to throw a solid, ramrod jab. It's difficult to do that against a guy as quick and unpredictable as Usyk, who is constantly moving and switching angles to stop his opponents from setting themselves. Usyk is a master of positional footwork, keeping his lead foot outside an orthodox opponent's lead foot so he can step in and throw looping left hands around or over their jab. Wlad and Lennox never fought a southpaw who was as good as Usyk at slipping and countering a left jab .
                    so either way Joshua is fked.. lol
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