On Saturday night, the IBF heavyweight title’s on the line, as home favorite Anthony Joshua is on the verge of going toe-to-toe at Wembley Stadium, London with Ukrainian boxer Wladimir Klitschko in the extremely anticipated heavyweight bout for the last time.
Of course, boxing fans are eager to know whether Joshua’s able to maintain the unbeaten beginning to his professional career. Another intriguing question is that whether Klitschko is capable of bouncing back from his loss to Tyson Fury and re-establishing himself as the undisputed heavyweight champion or not.
Some experts tell that there could be many variants ways, but many analysts stress that Klitschko might be banged out by Joshua, as he boasts a definite advantage over Wladimir.
Experts point out that Joshua is strong, big and young and his powerful ambition might appear to be decisive.
However, Wladimir Klitschko is in position where his entire legacy is at stake and most probably Wembley stadium will be his last fight. Wladimir tells about being obsessed. Needless to say, it’s not good news for his counterpart, especially considering his lack of experience.