It looks like there will be a round two for Joshua vs Klitschko and there’s no denying it will be the ultimate rematch. Current heavyweight champion of the world, Anthony Joshua is keen to face Wladimir Klitschko again in a thrilling rematch at one of the biggest stadiums around the world.
Famous promoter for Anthony Joshua, Eddie Hearn says Joshua is set to fight Wladimir Klitschko for a second time, the last time these two boxing champions faced up was at Wembley Stadium in April but, will Joshua and Klitschko return to Wembley Stadium? Find out about Joshua and Klitschko hospitality first with Villiers.
The next Joshua vs Klitschko fight or location has not yet been arranged but venues around the world have been eager to host this epic rematch. It’s rumoured that the venues on the cards for Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko include returning to Wembley Stadium, the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, stadiums in Dubai, China and perhaps the Abuja National Stadium in Nigeria. It’s been suggested Joshua has been under pressure to take the Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko rematch to Las Vegas but Joshua is keen for the fight to take place in Africa, like legends Muhammed Ali and George Foreman.
The Joshua vs Klitschko fight date is unknown but, by IBF regulations the fight must take place by 2nd December or Anthony Joshua would have to take on his mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev. It’s expected that the Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko date for the fight would be in November at one of the biggest and most prestigious stadiums in the world.
Joshua carried out a spectacular and historic win against Klitschko at Wembley Stadium in April which drew in “unprecedented levels” of viewers on showtime and attracted 90,000 spectators to the stadium. This was one of the biggest fights that Britain and the world has even seen and many cannot wait to watch the rematch between Joshua and Klitschko.
It seemed Klitschko was on the edge of victory with the April fight at Wembley Stadium when he floored Joshua in the sixth round however, Joshua came back and secured a victory in the 11th round, leaving both boxers evenly matched. If there’s not an Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko rematch, Joshua will have a mandatory challenge to fight Kubrat Pulev and defend his IBF belt and title.
You may have recently seen Anthony Joshua on shows such as the Graham Norton show or the Late Late show with James Corden, so is he gearing up to announce a rematch? If so, then we are predicting an announcement to be made within the next couple of weeks.
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