Wladimir Klitschko vows to return following loss to Anthony Joshua

Wladimir Klitschko vows to return following loss to Anthony Joshua

Anthony Joshua has wasted no time piling the calories back into his system following his historic victory over Wladimir Klitsckho, by chowing down on a huge table full of food while declaring: 'I'm hungry'.

His defeat of Klitschko was heralded as a boxing classic by Barry Hearn, who added that Joshua can be a "flag-bearer" for boxing in the way Tiger Woods was for golf.

The federal government of Nigeria is not ruling out the possibility of inviting the newest heavyweight world champion, Anthony Olaseni Joshua to the country any time soon.

Fury believes he would present different problems to AJ.

Joshua is already looking for his next fight. "It would be nice to fight a real villain".

In The Ring rankings dated April 25, Joshua was ranked the No. 1 contender behind champion and compatriot Tyson Fury (25-0 with 18 KOs) while Deontay Wilder (38-0 with 37 KOs), the World Boxing Council champion, is the No. 2 contender.

However, he admitted that a match-up with fellow Briton Tyson Fury is the fight that most people want to see and that it seems to be "heading in that direction".

Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko heavyweight boxing match
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Joshua's promoter ruled out a grudge fight this year, with the next assignment most likely to be a rematch with Wladimir Klitschko in October or November. "It is the only one the world wants to see and I am here, I am the lineal champion, I am still number one in the world and everybody knows that". I will play with you.

In case you didn't hear, Anthony Joshua was fighting on Saturday night.

Joshua has become a source of pride for Sagamu indigenes who celebrated his win on Saturday. "I need to be a billionaire". "He could easily be the first billionaire in boxing", he said.

"I've got nothing but love and respect for anyone who steps inside the ring".

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

"My coaches said I needed to win the next round (at the end of the tenth), but I told them I just took that round off". "Different opponents bring different styles and that ticked the boxes from [the point of view of] entertainment, pride, and glory".

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