Anthony Joshua "27" vs Wladimir Klitschko "41"

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Wonder if there's any living homie who can pull off the Wladimir "Kazakh-rock" Mr. Klitschko off the stage?
I know they call him Dr. Steelhammer, but I like to call him Kazakh-rock.

Joshua been acting "dead-end-kid" A.K.A. a though thug for a while but to me he seems pretty "too" nice and stylish home-boy.
He is quoted as saying;
"I learnt more about my family's history and I ended up getting an Africa tattoo underneath it. It was a nice combination to have wisdom and your heritage tattooed underneath, so it went well. I've actually got that tattooed on me as well in the middle of my neck. It's shaped me in the sense that it's been a blessing because I think I can talk to anyone; different backgrounds, cultures and religion because I've been exposed to so many different cultures."
"I think that's a blessing that's shaped me really well."

 
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Strange, for the first time I see fighters who do not hugging each other all the fight through as fudges.
That kid Josh impresses, smart kid. Klitschko seems at a loss, never seen him like this!!!!!
Round 5, Klitschko down on knees.... for the first time i think in the whole of his career, wow!

Round 9, Josh been down too, once, Klitschko mastering the kid now... very classy fight. I like it!
 
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Heavyweights boxing's back from its deep space nine, I witnessed the birth of a new star!
The Joshua kid is hard-nosed and he can act worrier, no shame no fear, one of the most thrilling fights in recent heavyweight history.
Only shame in this is the fact that the champ is a brit... LOL!




Volodymyr Volodymyrovych Klychko down, the Era Is Over!

[video=youtube;7_3xFTAuiyE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_3xFTAuiyE[/video]
 
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muhammad ali!!!!
What a dishonor to his original and fine name, "Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr".
Fuck that choce moron-iho, he's destroyed Man U, that scared pussy!

A. Joshua is a great boxer, nice style!
 
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The atta boy of the Rummy's Corner went all the way right....all the way till the end, though he predicted the outcome a bit wrong.
Still a well done clip, especially for those who like the backdrop history of today's boxing.

[video=youtube_share;c37UAlpfD9U]https://youtu.be/c37UAlpfD9U?t=22[/video]
 
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Dat fucking stoppage at round ten, the heck what a joke....... Lost al my faith on AJ, just another scam, e'fuckin ey!

[video=youtube;1v_AA_3pgc4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1v_AA_3pgc4[/video]
 
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His trainer is Iranian and his long time friend ,he loves Iranians and Iranian food like Chelokabab and Kask bademjoon and loves his mate's mum cooking !
 
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Andy Ruiz v Anthony Joshua
Joshua was smacked concretely hard ouut'a last fight, he was sniped on his butt thoroughly, now that might either made him a better individual, a better fighter, a better person, or that lost might just destroyed him properly, we will see that in a couple of hours.
On the other hand, Andy Ruiz a nice & cool fella, he grows in his regalia for each day that passes. Utterly modest chapo, I starting kind of like'm!

The fuck they needed to run this fight outt'a sandi-analia land, damned money buys everything, thats for sure!

However....I say as Michael Buffer use to burly announce.....
Let's get ready to Rumbüüüüüüüüle!!!

 
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A focused, dedicated and luxury dancer A. Joshua took this fight. He did stand tall, he was victorious, tremendous class.
Chubby Ruiz Jr. ain't no boxer, a simple heavy slugger. Sorry fella you're gone with history now. You were very lucky there at the fist fight, but you gotcha dat money.

By the way for the first time in my Boxing-watching history I did not spend a lousy penny on pay-per-View this time. I snatched the live stream for free, fuck'm all them sandies!

 
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A focused, dedicated and luxury dancer A. Joshua took this fight. He did stand tall, he was victorious, tremendous class.
Chubby Ruiz Jr. ain't no boxer, a simple heavy slugger. Sorry fella you're gone with history now. You were very lucky there at the fist fight, but you gotcha dat money.

By the way for the first time in my Boxing-watching history I did not spend a lousy penny on pay-per-View this time. I snatched the live stream for free, fuck'm all them sandies!

Arash Jan I love Jashua, he is a great boxer and a wonderful human being but the Mexican is also a great boxer, don't let his chubby unattractive body shape fool you, he is a very dangerous fighter that likes to get close to bigger opponents and unleash heavy blows.
Jashua had to be on top of his game and keep well away from him to beat him and the Mexican could have found a slightest drop in his guard and land a decisive blow at any moment.
 
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Arash Jan I love Jashua, he is a great boxer and a wonderful human being but the Mexican is also a great boxer, don't let his chubby unattractive body shape fool you, he is a very dangerous fighter that likes to get close to bigger opponents and unleash heavy blows. Jashua had to be on top of his game and keep well away from him to beat him and the Mexican could have found a slightest drop in his guard and land a decisive blow at any moment.
Agha Oghab, as I wrote in my pre-post "Andy Ruiz did act utterly as a modest chapo", he displayed a great character during the weight-in, very respectful blighter. No signs of rumpus as we are use to in such occasions.
However I stand my case, he's not the type of pretty jabber you pay to see a fight of professional bout of twelve rounds, despite the fact that he's a nice fella.

 
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Agha Oghab, as I wrote in my pre-post "Andy Ruiz did act utterly as a modest chapo", he displayed a great character during the weight-in, very respectful blighter. No signs of rumpus as we are use to in such occasions.
However I stand my case, he's not the type of pretty jabber you pay to see a fight of professional bout of twelve rounds, despite the fact that he's a nice fella.

That's because of his body type, he can't jab with those short hands, everyone outreach him, he wants to get in close and scruff it out with his heavy punches.
He is a bit similar to the way tysone used to fight close range.
 
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Obahbealborz it is one thing if you have a body type that you are big boned, I have that as well. However, he didn't try to make weight. Even Ruiz mentioned he drank too many Coronas. As someone who does boxing this reminds me of the Mike Tyson Buster Douglas fight, were Tyson said, "Eff it I'm not even going to train." Ruiz had a great night, he was lucky and you sometimes get beat, even Ali lost to Riddik Bowe(Spelling). Joshua is the far better fighter, despite the fact that he has a glass jaw(only weakness) It is good that there is a viable Mexican in the heavy weight title, it will generate revenue to the sport. Mexicans like boxing and they are the ones who pay for the PPV fights.
You are right Obahbealborz his body type is not designed to be a jabber, my body type is 6f but 82" reach, average is 78. His body type, if he can get in shape and tack on muscle, is to be a power puncher, go with hooks, uppercuts but here is the problem with going for the uppercut. First of all when you are not the champ, you have to take the fight to the champ. When you play that game you are leaving yourself, exposed for the counter. Ruiz should stick with being a power puncher and he might have a long career in boxing.That fight was not even up for a debate, Joshua gave Ruiz a free boxing lesson. Apparently they are talking about Ruiz, Joshua 3. That would be a good fight but same thing, Ruiz would need to take the fight to Joshua, Joshua can be conservative, defend and counter with the jab. Also Mr. Flat Footed fighter, work on your footwork. There are no excuses I am 38 and I still fight on my toes. Joshua's footwork is far superior to Ruiz. That is how I KNOW for a FACT, Ruiz didn't even try to get in shape. That is a red flag and a sign of an out of shape fighter, fighting flat footed because it takes less energy out of you but you don't get as much power in your punches so it is a bad trade off. Mexican fighters are not known for footwork, they are known for being tough. They would take three punches to land one themselves, like Joe Frazier back in the day. Sorry for the essay guys you KNOW how much I love Boxing and MMA, this is my hobby.
 
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