With the megaflare between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium impending behind scheduled this month, South West Londoner verbalizing to the regional and municipal boxing resource personalities to survey the streak. Fans can buy Usyk Joshua Tickets from our website.
Anthony and Usyk both fighters are in their primary and dominant time and have excellent records against other heavyweights champions alongside, with Joshua, 31, being 24-1 (22 KOs, 5 first-round KOs), and Usyk, 34, being 18-0 (13 KOs).
There is a variation and disagreement. Although, in the game of boxing, as Joshua nestle at 6’6” and weighed in at 109.2 kg in his previous fight. On the other hand Usyk is only three inches shorter and will as likely not weigh in at least 12 kg lighter.
Interrogation remains as maybe Usyk is sizeable and influential enough to withstand world-class heavyweights, after bringing himself up at up from heavyweight back in 2019, importantly as Derek Chisora, 37, appearing to outmuscle him in the starting rounds of the previous fight they fought.
There is no cross-questioning although regarding Usyk’s proportion regarding capability and adventure, as he had a boundless non-professional and incompetent occupation with 350 bouts (335-15) juxtapose to Joshua’s 51 (48-3).
Usyk is another left-handed pitcher. This can create serious difficulties for Joshua, who has not quarreled with many southpaws.
Ed Chattey’s views:
Ed Chattey, 26. He is a boxer and also a coach at Cuban Boxing Academy, a non-professional boxing club in North Kensington, said: “They’re both in their prime. If anyone’s more in their prime it’s probably Joshua, but heavyweights can box for a long time, 34 is not too old at all.”
Advantage according to Chattey:
“Size does give Joshua an advantage over Usyk but if it gets into an exchange and there’s a firefight. But size can also make Joshua less adjustable, and Usyk can also use his feet better, be lighter and more acrobatic, so it’s not all down to size.”
“It relates on how you box – with Ruiz the second time it was completely different to the first fight. In the first one, Joshua didn’t use his height in the right way. And then in the next fight he did, and Ruiz couldn’t get near him.”
“If you quarrel the right way it should benefit you, being taller among the both. Most of his opponents apart from Klitschko have been shorter than him, Parker, Takam, Pulev, they have all been shorter. So this is not new to him.”
“Joshua carries a lot more power than Usyk. And I think Joshua has to try and knock him out because he’s not going to out-box Usyk.”
“Usyk has a lot more amateur experience and he achieved a lot more in amateur boxing. He’s just had more fights. And I think that he moves better and is the better boxer.”