Anthony Joshua has been training very professionally and has developed to become a very good, if not great Professional Prize Fighter. His biggest test will come when he takes on Wladimir Klitschko. Klitschko has been a very efficient prize fighter. Klitschko understood early in his career that he is a very tall man and did not need to fight like Mike Tyson. Instead he fights like a throw back Jack Johnson, limiting his opponents offense with the threat of a very accurate right hand coming down hill like a runaway freight train.
Klitschko lives in the middle of the ring. He is able to do that because a long stiff jab and a great clinch game that limits his opponents to one to two punches at a time. His clinch will come before and or after his offense. It’s his primary defense along with his punching power. Klitschko likes to lull you to sleep with a great feint and hesitation game allowing him to step offline with authority to land right hands or left hooks.