Sunday, 11 December 2016


Klitschko (Top Left Corner) Watches in smile as Joshua punches to floor Molina in the ring to Set a Wembley Show.

Anthony Joshua Defeated Eric Molina In Third-Round Knockout To Set Up A Wembley Fight Against Klitschko.

Anthony Joshua successfully defended his IBF world heavyweight title for a second time with another brutal demonstration of his power-punching to claim an 18th unbeaten win at the Manchester Arena last night.
Joshua forced the stoppage in two-minutes, two-seconds of the third round over his opponent after landing him a heavy right punch to floor Molina.

Former world No 1 man Klitschko who lost three titles to Tyson Fury last year was at the ringside to check on Joshua as he did not failed to impress and deserve a big fight.
Wladimir Klitschko and Anthony Joshua are being lined up to meet on April 29 at Wembley Stadium in London, and the Ukranian will be a big opponent for the Briton man.

The 2012 Olympic gold medalist, Joshua, made a measured start against Molina and was content to take his time behind his jab in the first two rounds, before unleashing his power punches early in the third round.
Molina, 34, looked comfortable for most of the first round, except for a ramrod jab that rocked him back on his heels.

Joshua, 27, boxed cautiously in the second round as well, catching Molina at close range with a left uppercut but the challenger did well to survive the punch and extend the fight to the third round.
Joshua unloaded with more power in the third round and then caught Molina flush with a right to the jaw in the corner.
Molina beat the referee count and when the action resumed Joshua landed a quick counts of punches which was enough for referee Steve Gray to call off the fight.

After his win over Molina, Joshua grab the mike and step in the ring side to speak. He said "I was patient and we move on. This is not the end of the story.
"You will realise what I'm all about now. Klitschko wants his belt back and may the best man win. I  will worry about myself and training."

Klitschko then got into the ring and promoter Eddie Hearn confirmed and announce Joshua's next fight would be against the Unkranian.
"You want a big fight and you've got it", said Klitschko.

In other fight, British heavyweights Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora settled their domestic dispute, which came close to being scrapped earlier in the week, with Whyte winning a controversial split points decision. 
Whyte won the fight by 15-114, 115-114, and 115-113 points in the eliminatr for the WBC world heavyweight title held by Wilder.

Briton Khalid Yafai lifted the vacant WBA world super-flyweight title unanimously on points after flooring Luis Concepcion of Panama in the tenth round with a left hook.
Khalid Yafai won the bout by 120-108, 119-108 and 117,110 sores.



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