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Joshua vs Franklin Tickets and All the Information You Need

After suffering back-to-back defeats to Oleksandr Usyk, two-time heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua returns to the ring this weekend hoping to turn things around. Aj vs Jermaine fans can buy Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

Jermaine Franklin of America, who gave Dillian Whyte a tough battle in the past but ended up on the losing end of the judges’ scorecards, will take the other corner. This is all the information you require for a brutal evening of boxing in the nation’s capital.

Where: London’s O2 Arena

When: April 1st, 2023, on Saturday

Use DAZN to watch: The undercard is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. UK time, and the main event is scheduled to start at 10.30 p.m.

Joshua vs Franklin Tickets details and All the Information You Need
Joshua vs Franklin Tickets details and All the Information You Need

Story of The Tape: Joshua

Birthplace: Watford, Hertfordshire

Age: 33

AKA: AJ

Number: 24-3 (22)

A height of 6’6″

Reach 82″

Position: Orthodox

Joshua lost to Oleksandr Usyk in a rematch in August in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, by a split decision.

Franklin

Birthplace: Saginaw, Michigan

Age: 29

Alias: 989 Assassin

Number: 21-1 (14)

6′ 2″ tall

Reach 77’’

Position: Orthodox

Franklin put up a tough fight against Dillian Whyte at Wembley Arena in November, but he ultimately lost by a unanimous decision.

“I’m excited to be back in the ring on April 1 at the O2 Arena in London,” said Joshua.

“I feel prepared physically and mentally. Considering that my coach has high standards, I want to put on a show and win him over. Franklin exudes superb taste and a positive attitude shown in recent fights.”

Joshua vs Franklin Tickets

Franklin: “I’m ready to demonstrate to the world why it is appropriate for me to occupy the position of leadership in the Heavyweight category. Anthony Joshua fans can buy Aj vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

“Joshua received his due. It is my chance to surprise everyone! The judge’s card will not be used in this contest. By April 1, I’ll have won 22 times. That is not an April 1st joke.”

Whole Fight Card:

Anthony Joshua v Jermaine Franklin, heavyweight

Matteo Signani v Felix Cash, EBU European middleweight title

Fabio Wardley v Michael Polite Coffie, heavyweight

Austin Williams v River Wilson-Bent, middleweight 

Campbell Hatton v Louis Fielding, lightweight

John Hedges v Daniel Bocianski, light heavyweight

Ziyad Almaayouf v To Be Announced

Peter Kadiru v To Be Announced

Juergen Uldedaj v To Be Announced

Anthony with his promoter Eddie Hearn
Anthony with his promoter Eddie Hearn

Betfred Probabilities:

Joshua: 1/12

Franklin: 6/1

Draw: 25/1

Before his comeback match, Anthony Joshua sends the phrase “f*** everyone” to his detractors

Anthony Joshua, a former heavyweight world champion, will fight Jermaine Franklin the next weekend, but he has already fired off a scathing tirade at those who have criticized him. Prior to his comeback fight, Anthony Joshua fired back at his detractors in an enraged tirade.

For the first time since suffering consecutive defeats against Oleksandr Usyk, including in their rematch in Saudi Arabia in August, British heavyweight Joshua will step back into the ring. American heavyweight Jermaine Franklin, who Joshua watched lose to Dillian Whyte late last year on points, will be the opponent for “AJ” as he looks to start his career over.

Anthony Joshua Training Camp:

The 33-year-old is currently preparing for his forthcoming fight in the US with his new trainer Derrick James, who also works with undisputed welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. Joshua has received harsh criticism for his performances against Usyk over the past few months despite displaying indications of growth in a close points loss the year before.

Joshua, though, claims that the respect and adulation he formerly garnered for holding the titles vanished after his defeats in a fiery tirade before of his comeback in London the following weekend.

He told talkSPORT, “I adore this industry, I appreciate boxing so much because I do it and I know what it takes.”

“And it’s absurd to think that many of the mythologies and role models I hold in high esteem now host podcasts, letting me to admission their content online. You’re sort of chasing something that I used to do a lot of in an effort to win the respect and admiration of individuals I look up to. And when I lost the belts, I simply felt as though the respect and appreciation of the game’s legends had vanished together with them.

“It was a difficult pill for me to take, and right now I just feel like saying, “F*** everyone, I’m doing this s*** for myself. I’m no longer placing pressure on myself by saying, “I’m going to do this, and I’m going to do that.” I want to improve, I enjoy fighting, so I’m just going to keep working hard and win one bout at a time. Wherever it leads, it will be better than where I am right now or tomorrow.”

Campbell Hatton vs Louis Fielding, lightweight category Anthony vs Jermaine Undercard
Campbell Hatton vs Louis Fielding, lightweight category Anthony vs Jermaine Undercard

Joshua’s World Titles:

Given that Joshua’s extraordinary rise saw him win the unified world titles and hold them for numerous defenses, he now faces a rebuild for the first time in his career. Avenging a loss against Andy Ruiz Jr. in 2019 is not the first time he has had to rebound from a setback, but another setback now may see him frozen out of the title picture for good.

A victory for the former two-time champion may pave the way for major clashes with the likes of Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, the latter of whom has yet to announce his next opponent. Eddie Hearn, Joshua’s promoter, asserted that a bout with Fury may be rescheduled after the Gypsy King’s anticipated matchup with Usyk fell through.

Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua are included in Eddie Hearn’s proposed four-man tournament.

Hearn desires that Joshua meet Fury and Oleksandr Usyk battle Deontay Wilder to generate the upcoming heavyweight title challengers. A four-man heavyweight tournament featuring Tyson Fury versus Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder and Oleksandr Usyk has been proposed by Eddie Hearn.

The promoter’s plan was inspired by the earlier-this-week collapse of a bout between undisputed heavyweight champions Usyk and Fury. After months of talks, the rivals Fury were scheduled to face off on April 29, Fury demanded a 70/30 purse split in his favor before joking that neither boxer had been given a rematch clause.

Hearn, the head of Matchroom Boxing, has expressed interest in having Fury and Joshua fight. And he has also suggested that Wilder and Usyk, a former WBC champion, should square off. As the promoter tweeted:

Fury vs Usyk: 

“If Fury vs Usyk doesn’t get made…and AJ goes over [Jermaine] Franklin…Fury vs AJ, Wilder vs Usyk – winner against winner for undisputed,” the two fights’ winners would then look to square off.”

Next Saturday, when Joshua returns to action. He will face Franklin at The O2 arena in an attempt to earn his first victory in more than two years. The British heavyweight champion lost his championships to Usyk in September 2021 and was unable in regaining them in their August rematch. His most recent victory came over Kubrat Pulev in December 2020.

Throughout his boxing career, “AJ” has been frequently connected to a matchup with Fury, And the domestic rivals were scheduled to square off in an undisputed bout of their own in August 2021. However, an arbitration issue led to Fury facing Wilder for a third time instead. Joshua acknowledged he isn’t certain he would ever face Fury before both men hang, despite Hearn’s recent suggestion.

Fabio Wardley vs Michael Polite Coffie, heavyweight Category Joshua vs Franklin undercard
Fabio Wardley vs Michael Polite Coffie, heavyweight Category Joshua vs Franklin undercard

“As much as I like to enjoy the rumours and the Fury scenario, I’ll be real, he declared.”

“I’ve been there twice, yet nobody remembers,” He backed out due to his legal dispute, the arbitration, with Wilder, and I was meant to fight him before I faced Usyk for the first time. Everything was done online and was up in the air. The one for this December followed that.”

Since his fight with Fury was called off, Usyk already had a replacement opponent lined up. The Ukrainian will almost definitely defend his heavyweight titles against mandatory challenger Daniel Dubois. The fight between Wilder and Andy Ruiz Jr. was anticipated to determine the WBC belt’s mandatory challenger. The match, however, became in doubt last month when “The Bronze Bomber” disclosed he parted ways with Premier Boxing Champions.

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Joshua vs Franklin Undercard details

The Joshua vs Franklin undercard was made public, and it is surprisingly subpar for their DAZN event on April 1 at London’s O2 Arena. There is literally NOTHING to see at the “New Dawn” event next month, so boxing fans who were looking for a strong undercard to be packaged with this fight must be disappointed. Aj vs Jermaine fans can buy Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

Not just the battles themselves are subpar. The undercard’s fighters are a simple motley crew of unimpressive domestic competitors who aren’t going anywhere. Charles Brun is unable to predict even one player who will progress to the international stage and capture a championship.

If Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) loses against Franklin (21-1, 14 KOs), his supporters won’t remember this program favorably, and the undercard doesn’t make up for it.

Joshua vs Franklin Undercard details revealed
Joshua vs Franklin Undercard details revealed

Joshua vs Franklin undercard:

Matteo Signani-Felix Cash

Ammo Williams-River Wilson-Bent

Fabio Wardley-Michael Coffie

Campbell Hatton-Louis Fielding

John Hedges-Daniel Bocianski

 Ziyad Almaayouf vs. TBA

 Juergen Uldedaj vs. TBA

Peter Kadiru vs. TBA

“Anthony Joshua must prevail in this match. In addition to having to win, he also has to do it in style” according to Spencer Oliver on talkSPORT Boxing about Anthony Joshua’s confidence-boosting match against Jermaine Franklin on April 1st in London.

Gareth A. Davies stated, “The argument is right now until he puts a couple of performances together is he’s actually dropped behind Deontay Wilder and Joe Joyce.”

Several people currently place Anthony Joshua between #4 and #5, depending on who you rank above him.”

Given his vulnerability, there are others in the division who can defeat him. Others believed Franklin had defeated Dillian Whyte when he arrived in London in November of last year. I detest Whyte’s one-round victory. The battle was really tight. In terms of the judges, it was a pick ’em.

“He still thinks he prevailed in that battle. Joshua has a record of 21-0 with 14 knockouts and feels he won the match. He is thus 22-0 in his head. That wasn’t a setback to him. He used that as a teaching moment. He was excellent in the exchanges and very competent with Dillian Whyte.

“If you’re Anthony Joshua and Derrick James, there are several reasons to be concerned about Whyte’s performance that night. Moreover, Davies noted, “He is researching Andy Ruiz’s performance against AJ.”

Fabio Wardley play against Michael Coffie in Joshua vs Franklin undercard
Fabio Wardley plays against Michael Coffie in Joshua vs Franklin undercard

Eddie Hearn visits Anthony Joshua in Dallas during his preparation for the April 1 fight with Jermaine Franklin.

Eddie Hearn, the promoter, visited Anthony Joshua today at his training facility in Dallas, Texas to see how he was doing before AJ’s important main event bout against Jermaine Franklin on April 1 at the O2 Arena in London. Joshua now has a less defined, puffier appearance than in the past.

He might put more emphasis on boxing and less on working out at the gym and dieting like he used to. Joshua, the former unified heavyweight champion, is beginning anew with US trainer Derrick James in order to rehabilitate. Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) has dropped three of his previous four fights and both of his most recent meetings with Oleksandr Usyk. For the 33-year-old, things are starting to look grim.

After his seventh-round knockout victory over Alexander Povetkin in 2018, Joshua hasn’t shown particularly sharp, and even then, he staggered briefly before fighting back to win. Anthony Joshua fans can buy Aj vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

Joshua’s new education Derrick James is working hard to change his strategy in an effort to maintain his career. Joshua knows he can’t afford another defeat at this time, so it’s pointless for him to keep switching coaches in the hopes of getting back to his former glory earlier in his career.

Joshua’s aggressive brawling, which he exhibited for the majority of his career, is the only approach that appears to have worked for him. The longer Joshua’s fights last, the greater the likelihood that he tires out and becomes vulnerable to being stopped or defeated on points. As a result, trying to box is a complete waste of time.

Joshua vs Usk Fight:

In hindsight, Joshua might have overpowered Usyk with blows and gotten a couple of stoppages in his last two fights against him if he had gone all out in search of an early knockout. Joshua is difficult to beat when he unleashes combinations on his opponents, as he did in his bout with Dillian Whyte. You can see why Hearn would want to find out how Joshua was doing.

Eddie Hearn wants Joshua to deliver his best against Franklin
Eddie Hearn wants Joshua to deliver his best against Franklin

Joshua Buatsi and Lawrence Okolie, two of Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing stable’s top fighters, recently left the organization by jumping ship. It makes perfect sense for Hearn to show his surviving stars, like Joshua, love and affection in order to prevent them from feeling neglected in the wake of the death of Buatsi & Okolie.

Joshua was tricked into fighting Usyk by Usyk being gentle with Chisora. Carl Froch claims

By sparing the British journeyman Derek Chisora in their bout the year before in 2020. Carl Froch thinks Oleksandr Usyk misled Anthony Joshua into taking the fight with him in 2021. The former undisputed cruiserweight champion Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) never moved past third gear against Chisora. According to Froch, who was present at the fight and turned it on & off when he wanted.

Usyk, according to Carl, “knew” Joshua was watching that night. So instead of annihilating the 37-year-old Chisora and permanently scaring AJ away. He purposefully chose to be gentle with him. Oleksandr was aware that Joshua would never challenge him because he wouldn’t want to experience defeat. If he defeated a substandard ham and egger home fighter like Chisora.

Usyk vs Chisora:

Usyk appeared to coast against Chisora. Fighting in a manner he had never displayed during his amateur or professional career. By posturing himself against the ropes like a journeyman, hunkering down. And allowing Derek to swing away with his looping blows.

“That night, he simply took his time when facing Chisora. Carl on Froch on Fighting stated that Oleksandr Usyk was playing mind games” by being lenient on the grossly underqualified British journeyman Derek Chisora.

“He was thinking to himself, “If I display all my tools in this first heavyweight bout, I’m going to scare him off, since he knew Anthony Joshua was watching. Hence, Usyk never advanced past second gear with Chisora” according to Froch.

Campbell Hatton plays against Louis Fielding in Anthony vs Jermaine Undercard
Campbell Hatton plays against Louis Fielding in Anthony vs Jermaine Undercard

Charles Brun recalls watching the bout and observing how clear it was that Usyk was treating Chisora gently. Usyk gave Tyson Fury and Joshua the belief that they might defeat him.

With his crude approach to bargaining with Usyk, Fury suddenly appears to have come to his senses and has made it clear that he has no interest in taking part in the bout. Joshua learned the hard way—by losing twice in a row—that he was no match for Usyk, and now Fury is sabotaging the talks with the talented IBF, WBA, and WBO heavyweight champion, demonstrating that he has no interest in receiving the same treatment.

Fury is earning decent money by competing against inferior opponents like Chisora and Dillian Whyte, and he doesn’t want to be forced into retirement or have the green money stopped in its tracks.

“Usyk didn’t shift out of third gear and easily won on points. Since he was struggling up at heavyweight, I believe AJ would have felt, I can beat this guy,” said Froch.

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Anthony Joshua Career Highlights Fights Results, Stats, And Titles

Anthony Joshua Career Highlights Fights Results, Stats, And Titles

Many supporters believe Anthony Joshua’s fight against Jermaine Franklin on April 1 will define Anthony Joshua’s Career Highlights. After the 2022 rematch against Oleksandr Usyk, the undisputed heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua finds himself in a circumstance he has never encountered before. AJ vs Jermaine fans can buy Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

Joshua must make a comeback after consecutive defeats for the first time in his professional boxing career. Joshua lost to Usyk convincingly in their first encounter in September 2021, and while being more aggressive in the rematch, he still lost.

The 33-year-old will now have the opportunity to resume his winning ways when he faces Jermaine Franklin on April 1. Below, DAZN provides a career profile for the Olympic gold medallist from London 2012.

AJ entered a rematch with Andy Ruiz in Saudi Arabia after losing his IBF, WBO, and WBA heavyweight titles
AJ entered a rematch with Andy Ruiz in Saudi Arabia after losing his IBF, WBO, and WBA heavyweight titles

Anthony Joshua Career Highlights : Results Of Fights

With a 24-3 record in his professional career, Anthony Joshua has 22 knockout victories.

DateOpponentResultTitles
Aug. 20 2022Oleksandr UsykL-SDIBF, WBA, and WBO world heavyweight titles
Sep. 25, 2021Oleksandr UsykL-UDIBF, WBA, and WBO world heavyweight titles
Dec. 12, 2020Kubrat Pulev W-KO 9/12IBF, WBA, and WBO world heavyweight titles
Dec. 7, 2019Andy RuizW-UDIBF, WBA, and WBO world heavyweight titles
Jun. 1, 2019Andy RuizL-TKO 7/12IBF, WBA, and WBO world heavyweight titles
Sep. 22, 2018Alexander PovetkinW-TKO 7/12IBF, WBA, and WBO world heavyweight titles 
Mar. 31, 2018Joseph ParkerW-UDIBF, WBA, and WBO world heavyweight titles
Oct. 28, 2017Carlos TakamW-TKO 10/12IBF and WBA world heavyweight titles
Apr. 29, 2017Wladimir KlitschkoW-TKO 11/12IBF and WBA world heavyweight titles
Dec. 10, 2016Eric Molina W-TKO 3/12IBF world heavyweight title
Jun. 6, 2016Dominic BrezealeW-TKO 7/12IBF world heavyweight title
Apr. 9, 2016Charles Martin W-KO 2/12IBF world heavyweight title
Dec. 12, 2015Dillian WhyteW-TKO 7/12British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles
Sep. 12, 2015Gary Cornish W-TKO 1/12Commonwealth heavyweight title
May. 30 2015Kevin Johnson W-TKO 2/10N/A
May. 9 2015Raphael ZumbanoW-TKO 2/8N/A
Apr. 4, 2015Jason GavernW-KO 3/8N/A
Nov. 22, 2014Michael SprottW-TKO 1/10N/A
Oct. 11, 2014Denis BakhtovW-TKO 2/10N/A
Sep. 13, 2014Konstantin AirichW-TKO 3/8N/A
Jul. 12, 2014Matt Skelton W-TKO 2/6N/A
May. 31 2014Matt LeggW-KO 1/6N/A
Mar. 1, 2014Hector Alfredo Avila W-KO 1/6N/A
Feb. 1, 2014Dorian DarchW-TKO 2/6N/A
Nov. 14, 2013Hrvoje KisicekW-TKO 2/6N/A
Oct. 26, 2013Paul Butlin W-TKO 2/6N/A
Oct. 5, 2013Emanuele LeoW-TKO 1/6N/A

NOTABLE PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

2019 December 12: Anthony Joshua becomes a two-time champion.

Anthony Joshua immediately entered a rematch with Andy Ruiz in Saudi Arabia after losing his IBF, WBO, and WBA heavyweight titles to the Mexican six months earlier. Anthony Joshua fans can buy Aj vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

By taking advantage of an overweight Ruiz, Joshua’s superior movement exhausted his opponent, who somehow managed to last the entire 12 rounds. The result was a dominant performance that saw the Briton awarded the victory on points.

Aj defeats Charles Martin London's O2 Arena
Aj defeats Charles Martin at London’s O2 Arena

A HEAVYWEIGHT THRILLER STARRING ANTHONY JOSHUA DEFEATS WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO ON APRIL 29, 2017

A heavyweight division passing of the baton occurred during the contest between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko for the IBF and WBA world heavyweight crowns.

Although Joshua sought to establish himself as the dominant force in the sport’s most prestigious division, Klitschko hoped to make one final run as the heavyweight champion. What happened in front of a sold-out crowd at Wembley Stadium was nothing short of a classic.

After dominating his opponent in the fifth round, Joshua appeared to be on the verge of suffering his first professional loss when Klitschko knocked him to the ground in the sixth. But, Joshua was able to get back up and launch a relentless attack.

In the 12th and final round of this fight, Joshua landed a left uppercut that knocked Klitschko to the canvas once more. Despite responding to the referee’s questions, Klitschko was unable to get up on count, the British star launched a barrage at the Ukrainian, sending him tumbling back into the ring and forcing referee David Fields to stop the fight.

April 9, 2016: ANTHONY JOSHUA WINNS HIS FIRST WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT Championship.

Although Charles Martin entered this bout with Anthony Joshua at London’s O2 Arena as the defending IBF world heavyweight champion, the difference in class and skill was evident on fight night. Joshua had Martin on the back foot from the first bell and was having success with his right hand. In the first 60 seconds of the second round, Joshua landed and knocked his opponent to the ground.

Martin nearly managed to answer the referee’s count, but he was soon back on the ground following another devastating right hand from Joshua that ended the fight and allowed him to fulfill his destiny

Anthony Joshua assaulted a boxing referee, and the Misfits show marked a new low for his career.

In the dazzling new tag-team performance by Misfits Boxing, boxing referee Ian John-Lewis, who was demoted as a judge for his contentious scoring last year, made an appearance. In an odd Misfits Boxing tag-team match, a referee who was once hit by Anthony Joshua made an appearance.

Fans were in awe of the spectacle at the Misfits event on Saturday night, which featured the first-ever bout of its sort. But that wasn’t all; astute watchers soon realized that former British boxing referee Ian John-Lewis was presiding over the contest.

By his colleagues, John-Lewis was chosen as the finest boxing referee in the world in 2018. Yet because of his contentious scorecard for Josh Taylor vs. Jack Catterall in February 2022, he had a dramatic fall from grace.

He gave Taylor a score of 111 to 114, and Taylor went on to win in what was at the time considered the largest robbery of the year. John-Lewis’ status as a result was lowered. judge by the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC).

“After an internal examination of the scoring of the Josh Taylor vs. Jack Catterall contest by all three appointed judges, the Stewards of the Board decided to ask Mr Ian John-Lewis to appear before them to explain his returned card,” the Board’s statement after the probe said. The Stewards of the Board downgraded Mr. John-Lewis from an A-Star Class to an A-Class Official after taking Mr. Ian John-explanation Lewis into account. 

Ian John Lewis

“Whilst the Board were satisfied that Mr John-scorecard Lewis’s did not affect the overall result of the contest, the Stewards of the Board did have an issue with his margin.”

Joshua is hitting the punch to the Refree
Joshua is hitting a punch to the Referee

Following his resignation from the BBBofC, John-Lewis went on to join the lesser-known British & Irish Boxing Authority (BIBA), which prepared him for the Misfit’s appearance. Yet even before his questionable scoring, he was at the center of everything.

The Gillingham referee made history during Anthony Joshua’s professional debut when, while attempting to remove the British boxer from his opponent, he was “bang on the button” by the eventual unified heavyweight champion. Back in 2013, AJ took down the Italian Emanuele Leo in two minutes and 47 seconds, but not before nearly sending John-Lewis into space.

The official recalled at the moment, “I was thinking, ‘He just hit me!’ It all happened in a split second. I was proud of the fact that in all my years as a referee, I had never been punched. Anthony apologised to the referee and afterwards said he had automatically tried to move in front of the Italian because he believed he was about to strike him. No offence intended to the other officials, but some would have been removed.”

“I can take a punch because I’m a big, powerful person, but that was a bang-on-the-button, flat-in-my-face cuff.”

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Aj vs Jermaine Franklin – Joshua says he is taking the fight very seriously

While training in Texas, former world champion Anthony Joshua says he has never taken a fight more seriously as Aj vs Jermaine Franklin matchup despite facing Oleksandr Usyk, Dillian Whyte, and Wladimir Klitschko. Anthony Joshua fans can buy Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

Prior to his fight against Jermane Franklin, Anthony Joshua yelled that he was in Texas doing “f****** work” and insisted that this was the most serious he has ever taken an opponent. On April 1 at the O2 Arena, the two-time world heavyweight champion will take on an American opponent in an attempt to win again.

AJ says he has never taken a fight more seriously than his matchup with Jermaine Franklin
AJ says he has never taken a fight more seriously than his matchup with Jermaine Franklin

His fight with Franklin marks his first non-world championship contest since he defeated Charles Martin in April 2016. Franklin fell to Dillian Whyte on points in November 2022. He teamed up with trainer Derrick James, who also works with unified champions Jermell Charlo and Errol Spence Jr., and is now training in the United States for the first time in his career.

Joshua, however, is not being deterred by his new surroundings as he has stated that this is the most meticulously planned bout of his professional career. Speaking in his press conference, AJ was asked by promoter Eddie Hearn whether he has had time to enjoy a coffee out or head to the cinema.

Aj vs Jermaine Franklin

AJ responded: “I haven’t seen anything! I’m not there for anything else.

“I’m a serious person, I’m not there for anything else really. But one thing is for sure, throughout my career, this is probably the most serious time I’ve taken it. “In terms of my food, my sleep, the way I’m training, I study the game and everything I’ve learned – I and Jermaine could chop it up and talk boxing for hours.

“Everything I’ve learned about boxing, I’m always putting it into another camp, so everything I’ve been through – positive and negative – I’m using it to fuel this camp here. Anthony Joshua fans can buy Aj vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

“I’m there to f****** work and put my head down in preparation for a battle, not to go out for coffee and talk bulls***.”

When asked how he was feeling after participating in 12 straight championship matches, he responded, “Serious. Focused. bound up. I respect each of my opponents, and this is a tough fight. Hence, if he had the belts there, I would have taken him that way, and if he didn’t, I would still have taken him that way.

“Because the man is coming to fight, I must respect him and take him seriously. This will help me maintain my feet on the ground.”

Joshua also disclosed that his motivation for his comeback fight is money. When questioned about the reason behind his fights, AJ responded, “Money, money, money. I enjoy earning money. To be clear, this is a prizefighting sport. I’ve experienced financial hardship before, and my family has as well. I understand what this s*** means, and I do it because I’m excellent at it and work hard.

Anthony Joshua Vs Jermaine Franklin

“I must make the most of my time here since after this is over, no one will care about me any longer.”

Nonetheless, he emphasized that after going through a difficult period. He had rediscovered his love for boxing and had taken away all other activities from his life to focus solely on it.

For a fighter, going to the gym is just something that happens every day, he remarked. So many fighters regularly visit the gym. But when you put your heart into anything, there’s a difference. And I had to get rid of a lot of things in my life to rediscover my passion for the game.

Because I’ve always developed enterprises outside of boxing out of fear of starting over. I constantly strive to create an empire so that, in the end. I won’t be able to look back and say that I made bad choices.

Joshua lost his WBA, WBO, and IBF titles after suffering losses to Oleksandr Usyk
Joshua lost his WBA, WBO, and IBF titles after suffering losses to Oleksandr Usyk

Yet, I consciously chose to take a step back and devote all of my attention to boxing again last year.

“I can definitely feel the fire rekindling.”

Anthony Joshua was visibly upset as the Jermaine Franklin fight’s supporters expressed their opinions. With hundreds of tickets still available for Anthony Joshua’s fight against Jermaine Franklin next month. Boxing fans have expressed their feelings loud and clear.

There are still plenty of seats available in several areas of the O2 Arena with just one month until the bout on April 1 despite some fans calling the match a “nothing fight,” according to the website. AJ will step back from the sport to rebuild some momentum after he has dropped three of his last four fights.

Franklin vs Whyte:

Franklin (21-1) lost his most recent fight against Dillian Whyte in November. But the critics have praised him for forcing the British fighter to the limit after being largely written off. Joshua (27-3) chose to take on Franklin rather than Otto Wallin or Demsey McKean when given the choice.

If everything goes according to plan against Franklin, he is anticipated to fight Whyte in June. Followed by a thrilling matchup between Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder to close off the year. Fans don’t appear particularly enthused, though, and a sizable seat inventory still hasn’t found any buyers to see the fight live. Even though AJ is set to get back on track against Franklin next month.

Early indicators suggest that Joshua may have trouble selling out the arena with just under four weeks until fight night. Despite the fact that he has previously consistently sold out far larger venues like Wembley and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Following consecutive losses against Oleksandr Usyk, AJ’s stock price has declined precipitously in recent years. Express Sports Readers recently ruled out Joshua winning the world titles again since 82.7% of the 4,862 respondents thought his reign as champion had come to an end.

His rematch with Franklin placed last in our most recent poll asking express sports readers which fight they were most anticipating in 2023. Usyk vs. Tyson Fury seized the lead followed by Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury. Josh Taylor vs. Jack Caterall II, and Gervonta Davis vs. Ryan Garcia.

Joshua reveals that his motivation for his comeback fight is money
Joshua reveals that his motivation for his comeback fight is money

Mayweather vs Chalmers:

Floyd Mayweather’s UK debut against Aaron Chalmers was mostly ignored by fans over the weekend. Joshua is making an effort to sell tickets. Only hours before Mayweather Jr.’s bout with former MMA fighter Chalmers in the O2 Arena. Fans apparently received significantly discounted tickets.

In his final exhibition match, Mayweather made his debut in the UK. Following fights with Deji Olatunji and Logan Paul, the tall boxer faced Chalmers, a former Geordie Shore reality TV personality. The American had come over from the States with a sizable entourage. Causing social media jokes whose presence could aid the empty seats in London.

Mayweather acknowledged the “amazing” British fans for his maiden match on the coast despite reports of empty seats. The legendary boxer who had a 50-0 record said: “I want to thank all the fans in Great Britain. The fans are amazing. We had the opportunity to meet this badass dude.

“I’m delighted I came because I came to amuse folks. I have a great deal of expertise. He must continue to put in the effort and have confidence in himself. His jaw is set firmly, so anything is possible.”

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Aj vs Jermaine Tickets – Eddie Hearn’s point is made by Deontay Wilder as his manager questions whether Anthony Joshua will Fight

While fans are looking for Aj vs Jermaine Tickets in the meantime Deontay Wilder, a former heavyweight world champion has replied to rumors that he would join Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom boxers as talk of a matchup with Anthony Joshua rages on. Anthony Joshua fans can buy Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

Eddie Hearn, the promoter for Matchroom, has created a global boxing brand that features some of the top fighters in the world. But Deontay Wilder won’t be joining them anytime soon. Despite recent rumors suggesting the “free agent” would join Hearn’s side in the near future. “The Bronze Bomber” has categorically refuted the notion.

Wilder, 37, answered inquiries from a variety of media outlets while seeing Tommy Fury defeat Jake Paul by a split decision in Riyadh on Sunday. One of them was Pro Boxing Fans, who questioned the 43-2-1 boxer as he exited the Diriyah Arena about the veracity of the rumors. But it took Wilder only a fraction of a second to respond negatively, saying, “That’s negative.”

Eddie Hearn, the promoter for Matchroom clarifies that Deontay Wilder won't be joining them any time soon
Eddie Hearn, the promoter for Matchroom clarifies that Deontay Wilder won’t be joining them anytime soon

When asked if he agreed with the outcome in Saudi Arabia. Wilder responded that he believed Jake Paul had done enough to defeat Tyson Fury’s half-brother. The American controversially thought he had done enough to win his first fight against “The Gypsy King,”. Which finished in a draw and has disagreed with fights involving the Fury family before.

Wilder vs Helenius:

In October 2022, Wilder made a comeback and brutally knocked out Robert Helenius in his first fight. Since his trilogy loss to Fury was resolved the previous year. Anthony Joshua’s fight rumors are still circulating. But the Olympian must first defeat Jermaine Franklin on April 1 at London’s O2 Arena.

Recently, Shelly Finkel, a member of Wilder’s management group, reaffirmed their ongoing search for a connection between the two. Although such preparations have not yet come to pass. There is new optimism for a potential confrontation now that both fighters are seeking atonement.

Late in February, Finkel said to talkSPORT,

“We have searched for it for years.”

“And I believe the general public is aware that no fight broke out when they said, “We want $50 million,” and we replied, “You got it.

“Recently, Eddie told me, “Do this and it’ll happen. Joshua will be the next opponent, he claimed. Adding that Joshua has a new trainer who wants him to do a warm-up. Anthony Joshua fans can buy Aj vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

In October 2022, Wilder brutally knocked out Robert Helenius
In October 2022, Wilder brutally knocked out Robert Helenius

Then they responded, “Oh, maybe Dillian Whyte instead of Deontay. I can’t wait for him, but for now, our careers must move forward.”

Joshua will need to defeat Franklin decisively if he hopes to regain some of his heavyweight title honors after suffering back-to-back losses to Oleksandr. But, a fight with Wilder would mark a return to the top leagues and had the potential to be a huge box office success.

Joshua vs Wilder:

When questioned in December about a potential fight with Wilder, Joshua, 33, expressed optimism, stating “it will happen now” his probable opponent is “on a resurgence.” Though ‘AJ’ has another American foe he must defeat first, the stars may align for titanic encounter years in the making to materialize soon.

An Ex-Professional Boxer Who Was Forced To Retire Due To A Brain Tumor That Was Unreported For Six Years Announces He Is Writing A Book About His Life

An ex-professional boxer has opened up about the challenges he faced following his collapse due to a brain tumor that went undiagnosed for six years. In February 2019, Peter McDonagh, a resident of Leatherhead, Surrey, passed out at a gas station. He received a CT scan at the hospital after being transported there by ambulance.

Peter soon learned that he had a brain tumor close to his left ear. An MRI revealed a lump measuring around 2.7 cm by 2.7 cm. Peter got radiotherapy to treat the residual growth after surgery to remove the majority of the tumor.

After learning of his diagnosis, he hired knowledgeable medical malpractice attorneys to look into whether the tumor should have been identified and treated sooner while also assuring Peter had access to the specialized care and rehabilitation he needs to recover.

The 45-year-old Peter is now promoting Brain Tumor Awareness Month alongside his legal team. He has discussed how his ongoing hearing loss, facial palsy, balance issues, and psychiatric disorders caused him to stop boxing. Anthony Joshua fans can buy Aj vs Franklin Tickets from our website.

Peter McDonagh is ill nowadays due to Brain Tumor
Peter McDonagh is ill nowadays due to Brain Tumor

Peter McDonagh Illness

It follows the consultant neuroradiologist’s admission that the annual MRI screenings. Peter underwent this as part of his boxing career in 2013 and 2017 and fell below a reasonable level of care. Because a brain tumor was seen on the scans but wasn’t reported at the time, It is additionally acknowledged that Peter would have received treatment sooner had it been reported back then.

Unfortunately, from 2013 until the tumor was identified in 2019, it was allowed to grow unchecked. The expert medical negligence attorney at Irwin Mitchell who is representing Peter, Thomas Riis-Bristow, said. “The previous four years have been tremendously traumatic for Peter. First, he received the news that he had a brain tumor. And then he was forced to leave behind a career he loved as a result.

“While he is recovering well, he still has a variety of problems that affect him personally as well as his family. These problems are both physical and emotional. As a result, we appreciate the admissions that will assist ensure Peter gets the continuous treatment he requires to move on with his life.

We join Peter in sharing his story as a part of Brain Tumor Awareness Month to bring attention to the resources available. He will have our assistance as he continues to recuperate. McDonagh was asked by BBTV about the part an illusionist played in his victory over the Irish title.

Treatment of Peter

Peter passed away on February 4th, 2019. After stopping the car while driving and throwing up, he collapsed to the ground. A CT scan was done on him while he was at A&E. Four days later, complaining of dizziness, he returned to A&E. He was informed that a tumor had been discovered by the CT scan and had also been picked up by an MRI.

For his yearly boxing license, Peter had previously undergone a number of brain scans. None of which were said to have detected a tumor. The choice was made to reevaluate these. In order to remove almost 95% of the tumor during surgery on March 12th. Peter had a little mass left on the facial nerve it to function properly.

Peter received six-monthly MRI scans after being released from the hospital five days later, As the remnant tumor grew, radiation was administered on March 15, 2021. Two years later, Peter is still experiencing issues with his hearing and balance as well as sporadic tingling and twitching of his face. He also has mental health issues.

With his fiance and their two daughters, Peter resides. Peter is currently penning a book on his life. And the struggles he encounters on a daily basis since quitting boxing. Being told I had a brain tumor came as a major shock to me. Because I had been getting regular scans for a long time. And would have anticipated that anything odd would have been seen in them.

Financial Crisis of Peter:

My persistent symptoms and having to give up my job are two of the biggest challenges I’ve faced as a result of the tumor. Boxing played a significant role in my life. And it has been difficult for me to accept that I can no longer fight and do what I love.

Joshua's fight with Wilder would mark a return to the top leagues
Joshua’s fight with Wilder would mark a return to the top leagues

I attempted to resume my pre-boxing trade as a fishmonger after my operation. But I had to give that up as well since I was unable to balance and the chance of getting hurt was too great hurt was too high. Since that time, I occasionally feel furious and upset. When I consider how things may have turned out differently had the tumor been discovered sooner.

I do my best to avoid thinking about the “what ifs” and instead concentrate on my future because I am on the road to recovery. 

“Even though I would give anything to go back in time and undo what has already occurred, I am aware that this is not possible. I can only focus my efforts on getting better right now. I’ve received such wonderful support, and I’m determined to reclaim my life. I’ve even started writing a book, and through telling my story, I aim to inspire others by demonstrating that there is support available.”

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Anthony Joshua happy after winning a fight

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Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets are available; on April 1 at The O2, “AJ” will fight “989 Assassin.” Aj vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets for the much-awaited rematch between American challenger Jermaine Franklin and former two-time Heavyweight World Champion Anthony Joshua at The O2 in London on Saturday, April 1, go on sale.

AJ (24-3, 22 KOs) fights at The O2 for the first time since 2016 as he begins working with new head trainer Derrick James. He goes back to the venue where he defeated Charles Martin in his first world title battle to take on Franklin, an American contender (21-1, 14 KOs).

In a close points loss at Wembley’s OVO Arena in November, Saginaw’s “989 Assassin” gave Dillian Whyte a run for his money, and he is eager to go up against one of the greatest names in the sport. After suffering back-to-back defeats to pound-for-pound superstar Oleksandr Usyk in London and Saudi Arabia, Joshua is prepared to resume his rise to the top of the Heavyweight division.

Aj vs Jermaine Franklin is the much awaited rematch
Aj vs Jermaine Franklin is the much-awaited rematch

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Jermaine Franklin: who is he? Jermaine Franklin’s background as Anthony Joshua’s upcoming opponent

On April 1st, at The O2 in London, former heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22KO) will make his comeback against American challenger Jermaine Franklin (21-1, 14KO).

Franklin’s most recent battle, which was also his first overseas contest, took place in London. Dillian Whyte outlined Franklin, however, Franklin lost on the scorecards. Saginaw’s “989 Assassin” feels that the judges have wronged him and are now out to get British megastar Joshua.

Franklin, who is now a recognisable face to UK fight fans, is in a familiar city, but there are still a lot of things you should know about the Michigander:

Jermaine Franklin: who is he?

To avoid getting into street fights, Jermaine Franklin began boxing at the age of 12 or 13. He claims that boxing gave him a concentration and discipline he had never had To avoid getting into street fights, Jermaine Franklin began boxing at the age of 12 or 13. He claims that boxing gave him concentration and discipline he had never had before. 

Jermaine is eager to go up against one of the greatest names in the sport
Jermaine is eager to go up against one of the greatest names in the sport

“Although I wasn’t a horrible kid, I did occasionally get into trouble. The sport and I had a love-hate relationship. I was a large kid and I didn’t get many amateur fights. I was only exercising. Franklin never engaged in combat. I think I fell in love with the sport before I was 17 and competed in the nationals.”

He is referred to in boxing as the “989 Assassin” because of the neighbourhood where he was raised. Anthony Joshua fans can buy Anthony Joshua Vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

Franklin, who is now 29 years old, was born and raised in Saginaw, Michigan, which has given the world icons like Stevie Wonder and Serena Williams, but the city also has its share of problems. The city has been plagued by violent crime influenced by drug and gang activities for centuries, making it a dangerous place for children to grow up.

“Saginaw is a place that is on the road to recovery, it is not a place for the weak minded,” he remarked of his hometown in Mid-Michigan.

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Street smartness is a must when growing up in the “989,” and my mother tried tirelessly to keep me on the correct track in school, My stepdad took me to the boxing gym when I started getting into fights. Boxing came easy to me because I’ve always been interested in sports, and the rest is history.

With impressive victories against opponents like Cassius Chaney and the coveted National Golden Gloves Championship. Franklin had a very successful amateur career. The opportunity to compete at the Olympics came next, but Franklin had other ideas and chose to turn professional in 2015.

Franklin was defeated by Cam F. Awesome in the super-heavyweight final of the 2013 National Golden Gloves in Salt Lake City on points. But he received his comeuppance the following year. Franklin once more faced Cam Awesome in the championship match at the 2014 National Golden Gloves in Las Vegas. But this time he prevailed on points to win the title.

He describes himself as a smart fighter who can both box and fight rough. “I am a thinker inside the ring, although I can fight rough, I can also box. I’m constantly trying to find new ways to approach potential targets.

He has nine round-one knockouts. Franklin has six consecutive 10-round fights, the last four of which went the entire distance, and he just finished a 12-round fight.

A view of Joshua vs Takam Fight
A view of Joshua vs Takam Fight

He was compelled to sit out of the ring for more than two years, from 2019 to 2022. To maintain his family of two daughters and a newborn baby, Franklin had to declare bankruptcy and accept a full-time job that required him to work overnight shifts from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m, due to monetary problems with his previous management group.

Dmitriy Salita

Promoter Dmitriy Salita of New York City is now in charge of managing Franklin. Franklin won a 10-round battle in Atlantic City against Rydell Booker, a world-ranked boxer who had previously suffered a loss. Lennox Lewis, Mike Tyson, and Evander Holyfield are some of his favourite boxers.

He named Tyson Fury and Andy Ruiz Jr. as two boxers he admires, respects, and researches when asked about current competitors. Robert Simms, a fellow fighter from Saginaw and the current WBC American heavyweight champion, is a friend of his.

In addition, he is good friends with professional basketball player Sterling Manley. Rapper NOLOVE PEEZ, and Flint, Michigan natives Andre Dirrell and Claressa Shields. At the Ultimate Boxing Gym in Saginaw, he receives instruction from Jessie Addison.

Before to his fight with Dillian Whyte in November of last year, Franklin sparred with Tyson Fury. At the time, he stated of the encounter, “I have joined Tyson’s camp. I can tell you that on the first day, I learned a lot. I came to the realisation that I could compete with the Tyson Furys of the heavyweight category, contrary to what many people think or want to believe.  He is the best, but I think I have what it takes to compete with him. Being in his camp for this small period of time has taught me how to prepare, organise a camp, and be humble enough to seek advice from other boxers on how to be successful.  Sure, I will ask Fury on how to defeat Whyte and have already done so. I’ll admit that Fury and I are very similar. We have large personalities, love to joke around, and are huge boxing fans. So far, my sparring with Fury has demonstrated to me that I am competitive with him. Although I am aware that there are many who would criticise me and say, Yeah right I now have the abilities to compete and succeed there.”

Franklin, in a welcome change, wants to use the problems and stress he experienced with his prior management to assist others. 

“I want to launch my own business and assist other boxers so they can stay away from the unsavoury aspects of the sport. Many combatants lack protective gear. I was bound to my former manager by a slave contract. I had to do as he instructed or get absolutely nothing. Whatever career-related pitch I made simply went in one ear and out the other. Do what you were told, or nothing will happen. I simply want to support boxers so they can make decisions about their own careers, live comfortably, and avoid being coerced.”

  • Nickname in life: 989 Assassin
  • originated in Saginaw, Michigan
  • Age: 29
  • Rounds: 111 in 21 bouts
  • Wins: 20
  • 1 defeat, 0 draw, and 14 knockouts. Ratio: 63.64%
  • Height: 188cm/6′ 2″
  • Reach: 196 cm / 77 in

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Aj vs Jermaine Franklin and the relative advantages of a lose-lose contest

The Aj vs Jermaine Franklin heavyweight battle will take place on April 1 and was announced after some time of rumors. This is neither an April Fool’s prank nor, on the other hand, one that has much significance or relevance globally. Instead, it is a mid-range fight; a fight that may be dismissed as whatever. Anthony Joshua fans can buy Anthony Joshua Vs Jermaine Franklin Tickets from our website.

Joshua’s supporters and admirers will no doubt comprehend the motivations behind his choice of Franklin as his alleged “comeback” opponent. But, Franklin’s lack of experience and recent defeat to Dillian Whyte allow his critics the right to claim that Joshua has never faced a worse opponent than Franklin since 2016.

Both of those arguments have some merit. Undoubtedly, one might argue that Joshua’s selection of Franklin was made with the understanding. That this might be the Londoner’s final campaign as a heavyweight contender. To put it another way, if we lose this fight. Any opportunity we have of reaching the top for a third time may very well be lost.

Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Frankli, heavyweight battle will take place on April 1
Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin, a heavyweight battle will take place on April 1

Because of this, caution was always going to be the watchword when choosing this opponent. The first one Joshua has faced since suffering back-to-back losses to the great Oleksandr Usyk. Although Dillian Whyte and Deontay Wilder appear to be Joshua’s immediate goals. We already learned that his new training squad has no desire to fight another southpaw.

Aj vs Jermaine Franklin

Two conventional heavyweights, and we can also presume that familiarity was another factor in choosing his next opponent. Who, after all, wants to face an unknown opponent with a style that is equally odd as the left-handed Ukrainian after suffering two defeats at his hands of him?

The fact that Team Joshua chose Franklin, in the end. Implies that these two issues occupied a lot of their thoughts. Franklin is not only an orthodox boxer, but he is also much shorter than Joshua. Jermaine isn’t known for having a huge punch, at least not one that would be considered world-class. Additionally, Joshua has all the evidence he needs after seeing Franklin fight Whyte over 12 rounds in November.

Both from a stylistic standpoint and in terms of his confidence. Which obviously will have suffered after spending 24 rounds with Usyk. He will be aware that he is fighting Franklin here and that Joshua has already defeated Dillian Whyte, who was stopped in seven rounds back in 2015.

Although most would agree that it was a close fight, it nonetheless demonstrated that Whyte and Franklin are not that different from one another, and so, regardless of who Joshua meets, he shouldn’t have too much to worry about. In essence, choosing Franklin, 21-1 (14), in the context of him being a tune-up opponent is fine. Jermaine Franklin fans can buy Anthony Joshua Tickets from our website.

Franklin is 29 years old and still has plenty of ambition and desire to defeat Joshua
Franklin is 29 years old and still has plenty of ambition and desire to defeat Joshua

Jermaine Franklin Chances:

As was already mentioned, it checks the right boxes. There is also a chance that Franklin, who is 29 years old and still has plenty of ambition and desire, will give Joshua the kind of fight he wasn’t able to get from some of his previous opponents, all of whom may have had greater reputations than Franklin but very little in the way of ambition and desire.

Franklin made it clear by attacking Whyte in the manner he did last year that he believes the reputations of British heavyweights are somewhat exaggerated. Given Joshua’s recent performance, it is reasonable to assume that Franklin will apply the same frame of mind and strategy to his upcoming bout here on April 1. If he does, Joshua might win the fight rather than just using it as a warm-up.

Like the one Franklin had with Whyte, it might develop into something interesting and even risky. And that’s when a fight like this gets confusing. It looks like a battle more hassle than it’s worth when you consider the possibility of things going wrong (which exists in most heavyweight fights) and the improbability of Joshua being given credit for any form of victory.

For instance, if Joshua defeats Franklin swiftly, he will merely be informed that he has accomplished his goal. As all is going on, Joshua has done nothing more than match Whyte, a fighter who is purportedly beneath him, on points. Accomplished when Franklin was unbeatable. In other words, neither of those paths to win will satisfy those eager to criticize Joshua, and neither of them will signal the comeback of a man who, according to reports, is competing at the best level in his sport.

Joshua vs Usyk:

He’s still there, doesn’t he? Several people even thought Joshua’s second performance against Usyk in August was better than his first one in 2021. They claimed it was evidence of Joshua’s growth as a fighter and that Usyk’s challenge and lesson were better for him in the long run than the one he had learned the first time around.

If that’s the case, why the need to go back so far now? You may inquire. Given how wonderfully Joshua reportedly played in the loss, does the outcome actually mean all that much?

I’d say that in actuality it did. Additionally, I contend that Joshua’s now-famous response to his loss in Saudi Arabia revealed more about him, his chances for the future, and his need for care than anything he did during the 12 rounds he sparred with Usyk. There was no question that Joshua had been defeated, but there was also no doubt that he had also been broken. A broken man will always require time for mending before they can stand up and resemble their former self.

Joshua wants to face anyone that his fans want
Joshua wants to face anyone that his fans want

Which, I guess, is what this conflict with Franklin stands for. Joshua is dipping his first toe back into the ocean after having a close call at sea. After a terrible vehicle crash, it’s the first leisurely lap around the block. As a result, it is completely permissible as an exception.

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The only problem with it, in fact, is how it will inevitably be presented as a tune-up fight to avoid criticism before being presented as a pay-per-view event (which is still what it is, despite claims to the contrary from yesterday) to make sure Joshua, who is 24-3 (22), receives the money he is now used to receiving every time he steps foot in the ring.

Even worse, given the recent trend of famous boxers sparring infrequently, we already know that Joshua will likely only fight once this year, most likely against Dillian Whyte. If this were to happen, Joshua would have spent 2023 defeating the two opponents in one of the least exciting heavyweight fights to have occurred in 2022.

Regardless of your position on the issue, that hardly qualifies as legacy-building material. If, as predicted, Joshua, 33, then enters his third “comeback” fight in 2024. Let’s say 18 months after the second Usyk loss – having only defeated the same opponent he previously defeated in 2015. As well as one of that opponent’s most recent victims, it won’t seem particularly clever or productive.

Another way to say it is that there are two levels of returning to square one.

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