Friday, 20 Apr 2018
Sport

Wladimir Klitschko: Joshua would beat Fury without problems

Someone who has already tried the fists of several fighters in the current heavyweight scene is the former champion and now in retirement, the Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko , who was not embarrassed to say that without any problem Anthony Joshua I could beat him Tyson Fury if the two would ever meet in their careers in a ring.
The former World Boxing Association (WBA Super), International Boxing Federation (IBF), World Boxing Organization (WBO) and International Boxing Organization (IBO) belts retired in August 2017 with a mark of 64-5 and 53 knockouts , after having two consecutive defeats against Joshua Y Fury precisely. Having shared the ring with both fighters, Klitschko is one of the most suitable characters to comment on who is more likely to emerge victorious in a fight that many crave.
“Without any problem I would win Joshua . He is becoming a very complete fighter. Technically, with great stature, good weight, with great power, and you see that he learns fast. The other type ( Fury ), like a fart in the air, it is there and then it goes away. In the history of boxing there are many examples of this type of fighters. They can be successful for a time but they are not disciplined enough to remain successful “, he said in an exclusive talk the legend of the heavy ones to the English newspaper The Sunday Times . “I wish the best to Tyson but I think it has no discipline, and discipline is more important than motivation. Based on my experience, I would say it’s going to be very difficult for Tyson because that’s what he needs. ”
Fury has announced his return after just over two and a half years of absence and his first fight, since he defeated Klitschko , will be at Manchester Arena on June 9, although the opponent of the match has not been confirmed. ‘Gipsy King’ . While Joshua is in talks with the monarch of the World Boxing Council (WBC) Deontay Wilder , in search of the fight dreamed in the division and that would dissolve a monarch in absolute, undisputed.

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