Wladimir Klitschko vows to return following loss to Anthony Joshua

Peter Castro
May 14, 2017

Cuban heavyweight Luis Ortiz has warned Anthony Joshua that he will knock him out "within eight rounds" should he be confirmed as the next mandatory challenger for the British world heavyweight champion.

'I always embrace a challenge and I've never shied away from competition - I don't back down from anyone.

The minister congratulated British professional boxer of Nigerian descent for defeating Ukranian Wladimir Klitschko to become the unified World Heavyweight champion.

Joshua and Fury have both indulged in posturing regarding a showdown in the aftermath of the former's victory over Klitschko, although Hearn has ruled out the fight's potential for the foreseeable future.

After he defeated Klitschko, Joshua called out Fury during his post-fight interview and said: "Fury, where are you at, baby?"

"It's my time and I want my WBA belt so yeah I'm calling Joshua out".

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"I even say he got lucky they stopped the fight because he wasn't even landing a punch when it got stopped".

However, Joshua's promoter, Hearn insists a possible bout is "miles away", as Fury hopes to get back to shape.

Fury's impending doping hearing and fitness issues mean he will have to wait until next spring at the earliest for his crack at the IBF and WBA heavyweight world champion.

"But let's face it, I am the man, the number one in the division".

Joshua - who grew up on the Meriden estate - joined the club to avoid some "trouble on the streets", though Mr Murphy said he rarely had any trouble with him, only occasionally having to stop him chatting to other boxers. My wife was like, 'Are you OK?' I had to leave the screen, " Murray said, as quoted by The Mirror.

Anthony, a 27-year-old heavyweight boxer with a nickname "AJ", is the now undefeated professional boxer, with 17 wins and an incredible 18 knockouts.

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