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Anthony Joshua has won 24 fights with 22 stoppages and lost two since turning pro in 2013
Anthony Joshua won’t give up if he loses to Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday, says Eddie Hearn.
But the promoter has admitted the 32-year-old Nigerian/British heavyweight may not have another shot at winning a world title.
Joshua meets Usyk in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Saturday to reclaim the WBA (Super), WBO and IBF titles he lost to the Ukrainian in London last September.
Joshua called the rematch a “must-win” – a straight loss to Usyk, 35, would mean three defeats in his last five fights.

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Like Joshua, Usyk was an Olympic gold medalist in 2012. His amateur career was eclipsed in the professional ranks, he became the undisputed cruiserweight champion and won a heavyweight
“Yeah, he’s number one pound-for-pound, but when you hear all these things about him and you’re already like, ‘oh okay.’ Before you know it, you’re already empty.
“It happened when Tony Bellew was fighting him. He ran out after six laps, but said he started thinking about it then.
“Joshua has already been with him. He’s seen it before, felt the power. That doesn’t mean he wins, but it’s a huge help to have been there and witnessed the mage ability.”

 

 

 

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