Joshua ist im Profilager bisher noch ungeschlagen ( Siege, 20 vorzeitig). Povetkin hält bei einer Bilanz von - brachte es aber bisher. Boxen heute live: Anthony Joshua trifft auf Alexander Powetkin (Povetkin). Den Kampf gibt es live im Online-Stream und TV zu sehen. Alle Infos. DAZN zeigt Joshua gegen Povetkin im Livestream. meteoburgos.com bietet News und Hintergrundinformationen zum Fight um den WM-Titel an. Anthony Joshua vs. <
Boxen - Anthony Joshua gegen Alexander Povetkin JETZT LIVE im TV und im LivestreamJoshua vs. In Povetkin hat Joshua nun den richtigen Gegner, um die Kritiker aus Übersee, die ihm vorwerfen, dem Kampf mit Wilder aus dem. DAZN zeigt Joshua gegen Povetkin im Livestream. meteoburgos.com bietet News und Hintergrundinformationen zum Fight um den WM-Titel an. Anthony Joshua vs. WBA-Superchampion: Joshua vs. Povetkin am September im Wembley Stadium. Am September ist es soweit. Anthony Joshua wird.
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Given the Klitschko debacle, the questions heading into the Joshua fight are whether Povetkin has improved his game since then, and if AJ will be able to use his stature as effectively as Wladimir did against the smaller man.
Anthony Joshua may well be the most well-schooled and naturally gifted heavyweight since Lennox Lewis , but with only 21 fights to his credit, he is still, to some degree at least, a work-in-progress, as we saw in his rather subdued effort against Joseph Parker last March.
That said, whether Povetkin has in fact improved his tactics for fighting larger men since the Klitschko defeat remains a difficult question to answer.
This is a fighter who lost seven of amateur bouts and eventually avenged all seven. He is an Olympic champion with proven power who is currently riding an eight fight win streak.
But all things considered, Povetkin does represent a potentially serious threat to the Briton. It may well prove a serious challenge for the young champion, but if Joshua can prevail, particularly in impressive fashion, then the way may be cleared for the big battle we all really want to see.
But that said, the way was already clear, was it not? JoshuaPovetkin pic. Needs to stay on outside and use the jab.
Been effective when he has actually done it. A big step up in competition for Okolie, who needs to stay composed and not let the moment get to him.
David Price has just quit at the end of the 4th round due to an arm injury. Sergei Kuzmin wins by TKO.
Price by fourth-round TKO when Price doesn't come out for the fifth round. Kuzmin used his power to control the first two rounds, but Price seemed to rebound in the third to get himself back into it.
Nothing out of the ordinary seemed to occur in the fourth round to where Price would have hurt his arm. It appeared Price's trainer pulled him and said he had enough.
Price said after the fight he felt like he broke his arm and would like a rematch with Kuzmin when he's healthy. An unfortunate setback. He remains unbeaten in 14 fights , one no-contest, 10 KOs.
He's ringside for all of today's action and breaking everything down inside Wembley Stadium. Price caught Kuzmin coming in and connected on a flush straight right hand.
The Brit followed up with a combination, but Kuzmin survived the flurry. Decent action so far with Kuzmin ahead.
Povetkin, Sergey Kuzmin takes on David Price in heavyweight action. Price , 18 KOs took the fight on a week's notice.
His last time out, he got knocked out in the fifth round by Povetkin. This should be a showcase for Kuzmin considering the circumstances.
He somehow staggered to his feet, but referee Steve Gray waved it off as Joshua pummelled the former WBA champ to hand him the first stoppage of his fight career.
Povetkin with his good movement and low, crouching stance proved hard for Joshua to hit and rocked him at the end of the first round with a right uppercut and left hook to give him a nose bleed.
Joshua struggled to get his jab going to utilise his superior reach, although he did land a right uppercut at the start of the fourth.
Povetkin then suffered a cut above his left eye when Joshua accidentally caught him with his left elbow. Joshua began landing his right in the pocket before he found his range in the seventh to spell the end for Povetkin one minute and 59 seconds into the round.
It has delivered a great show. A big schedule coming up. It always helps [the knockout]. Once Anthony used his jab, it was only a matter of time.
You have your fight, you go and win. Then we box in November or December. Wilder vs Joshua is the biggest fight in boxing.
The offer that was made to us, will look like peanuts when this fight is actually made. You have to keep winning, it gets bigger and bigger, but what if somebody loses?
No-one has manhandled him. No-one has broken him up. He stays calm. Stays patient. He has trust in his punch power and talent.
Even if the desire is there to face Wilder, would he be content to come to London to face AJ? Undoubtedly he would ask for more of the purse, which could create problems in negotiations.
I think in the second half, Povetkin, mentally, will be calmer and less pressured than Parker was, which gives Joshua less to capitalise on, but I think he will also struggle for pace a lot more, be tired after 6 rounds, and the minute won't be as good for him, and Joshua will find him easier to break down.
I think Joshua will start well, edge it with his jab in rounds 1 and 2, mayhe land one right hand and slightly hurt Povetkin, but Povetkin will kill time and recover.
I think Povetkin might look to be out boxing Joshua, maybe even out working him in rounds , I think he will do a good job of finding flaws, doing absolutely nothing more than is necessary for him, and he'll have success without taking risks.
I think as Povetkin starts to tire, and Joshua's patience pays off, Joshua might get his jab working again in rounds 6 and 7, Povetkin will be struggling to know exactly how to negate it, and he will be reluctant to take risks, as well as fatuiged.
I think Povetkin might try to be more aggressive in round 8, take a chance, but Joshua is such a great counter puncher, that I think Joshua can time the jab, and that could set up the right uppercut, I think as soon as he lands that shot, Povetkin will be really hurt, and Joshua can just hunt him down, land whenever Povetkin is vulnerable, be patient, but when Povetkin is in big trouble, tired, and it is all going against him, I don't think Joshua will need to be that patient, and Povetkin won't hold up against much of a beating, Joshua might land just a few distinguished follow up hayemakers, and with the last one, he'll put Povetkin away, if Povetkin goes down but gets up, I think he can't recover quickly, and Joshua can just stay smart, patient to the necessary extent, and resume his attack, and I definitely think he'll finish Povetkin.
Fantastic write up, don't know what more could be added to break the fight down further. There are people not giving this fight hype because they want Joshua vs Wilder now, but this is a good and intriguing fight that Povetkin has a real chance of winning though the heavy favorite has to be AJ.
Of course if you can't tell by the name I might be a tad bias lol. Mon, Seriously though, Matchroom is awesome, Hearn isn't the most popular, but he can't be questioned as less than brilliant promoter.
Hearn delivers, the only fight he has hyped up that we haven't seen and probably won't see, os Brook vs Khan, and Khan doesn't want the fight.
Wed, Sat, Joshua did a nice job finishing off this fight, but I think it shows a blueprint for how Usyk might be able to take a decision over him.
Manuel Charr. Luzhniki Palace of Sports , Moscow, Russia. Won WBC International heavyweight title. Wladimir Klitschko.
Olympic Indoor Arena, Moscow, Russia. Andrzej Wawrzyk. Crocus City Hall , Krasnogorsk , Russia. Retained WBA Regular heavyweight title.
Hasim Rahman. Alsterdorfer Sporthalle, Hamburg, Germany. Marco Huck. Porsche-Arena , Stuttgart , Germany.
Cedric Boswell. Hartwall Arena , Helsinki , Finland. Ruslan Chagaev. Messe, Erfurt, Germany. Won vacant WBA Regular heavyweight title.
Nicolai Firtha. Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, Germany. Teke Oruh. Olimpyskiy Sports Palace, Chekhov, Russia. Javier Mora. Leo Nolan. Jason Estrada. Burg-Wächter Castello, Düsseldorf , Germany.
Taurus Sykes. Olimpyskiy Sports Palace, Chekhov , Russia. Eddie Chambers. Tempodrom , Berlin, Germany. Chris Byrd. Messe , Erfurt , Germany. Larry Donald.
Patrice L'Heureux. Jako Arena , Bamberg , Germany. David Bostice. StadtHalle, Rostock , Germany. Imamu Mayfield. Olympic Indoor Arena , Moscow , Russia.
Ed Mahone. Rittal Arena , Wetzlar , Germany. Livin Castillo. Friday Ahunanya. Richard Bango. Willie Chapman.
Max-Schmeling-Halle , Berlin, Germany. Stephane Tessier. Alsterdorfer Sporthalle , Hamburg , Germany. John Castle.
Cerrone Fox. Internationales Congress Centrum , Berlin , Germany. Muhammad Ali Durmaz. BigBox, Kempten , Germany. Wladimir Klitschko vs.
Anthony Joshua vs. Dillian Whyte vs. Regional boxing titles. Vacant Title last held by Tony Thompson. Vacant Title next held by Anthony Joshua.
Vacant Title next held by Johann Duhaupas. Vacant Title last held by Otto Wallin. Vacant Title next held by Joe Joyce. Vacant Title last held by Tyson Fury.
Vacant Title next held by Dillian Whyte. Vacant Title last held by Kubrat Pulev. Vacant Title next held by Sergei Kuzmin.
Vacant Title last held by Michael Hunter. World boxing titles.