Anthony Joshua was already IBF heavyweight champion, but by knocking out the legendary Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday in front of 90,000 screaming Brits, he may have reignited the entire division.
Anthony Joshua is IBF heavyweight champion because he knocked out Charles Martin, who won the vacant title when a previous opponent slipped and tore an ACL.
When Klitschko fought Ross Puritty in Kiev in the winter of 1998, he was a young heavyweight and bookies’ favourite coming up against an ageing pro. Remind you of anyone?
Saturday’s IBF heavyweight title fight between an English champion and a Ukrainian legend sold a record 90,000 tickets at London’s Wembley Stadium. Could this spectacle recapture America’s long-forgotten interest in the heavyweight division?
Joseph Parker should be hoping Wladimir Klitschko loses to Anthony Joshua this weekend - he'd be the perfect next challenge.
When does the fire start outgrowing the smoke on Joseph Parker?
Another example of how sport influences society and vice-versa.
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From the grand platform of London 2012, Anthony Joshua launched himself to stardom. Things could have gone very differently, however, with controversy nearly ending his career.