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HEAVYWEIGHTJoshua previously took the belt and unbeaten record from America Charles Martin at the same venue on April 9th 2016.Tag Heuer Replica WatchesHe will once again be looking to put an end to Brezeale’s unbeaten record in his first defense fight. Anthony Joshua will defend his IBF heavyweight title against the unbeaten Dominic Breazeale at the O2 arena in London on 25th June.

Breazeal holds an incredible 17-0 record in the UK with 15 wins inside the distance. He enters on the back of forcing Amir Mansour to retire after five rounds of the clash in January.

Heavyweight Fight Anthony Joshua vs Dominic Brezeale

Anthony Joshua

  • From: Watford, UK
  • Alias: AJ
  • Age: 26
  • Stance: Orthodox
  • Fights: 16
  • Wins: 16
  • Rounds: 34
  • KOs: 16
  • Height: 6ft 6in
  • Reach: 82in
  • Titles: IBF world heavyweight

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Dominic Brezeale

  • From: Alhambra, California, USA
  • Alias: Trouble
  • Age: 30
  • Stance: Orthodox
  • Fights: 17
  • Wins: 17
  • Rounds: 57
  • KOs: 15
  • Height: 6ft 7in
  • Reach: 81.5in
  • Titles: WBC Continental Americas heavyweight

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Here’s what the promoter Hearn and Anthony Joshua himself have to say about the explosive fight.

Promoter Hearn said “June 25th is going to be a huge night from start to finish. It’s great that Britain’s newest super star is stay active, many would have still been celebrating but its back to business for AJ.”

AJ response “I am looking to get passed Breazeale in style and continue moving towards the unification fight everybody is waiting for. I’m looking forward to being part of a stacked night of boxing and defending my title in style.”

“The fight with Breazeale is going to be explosive- he is 6ft 7in and is one of the few whose KO ratio is up there with Anthony’s. He has come through the similar elite amateur set-up and has worked his way into this shot and is ready to go.”

Joshua has been preparing to face his rival undefeated challenge by training with the Great Britain Olympic squad. The former two divisions world champion Paulie Malignaggi thinks that when it comes to the night Joshua will be the favorite, due to how well he’s fighting prior to the night and fighting at home in front of his own crowd in London.

However, Malignaggi also expects Breazeale will come to the fight prepared with an incredible game plan, which could make it very interesting. Both fighters are still forever improving and on the up in their careers. All these factors will make it a very explosive and interesting fight. Make sure you tune in and watch on Sky Sports.

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