Anthony Joshua Earns a B+ for His Jab Defense vs Wladimir Klitschko. Anthony Joshua did an excellent job defending in various was against Klitschko’s Jab and Lead Hand overall. These reps are crucial to a young Heavyweight Prize Fighters Development. It all started with him catching the jab which allowed him to see better. Of course he did not completely dominate Wladimir’s jab however he absolutely did a responsible job vs it.
Anthony Joshua continues to develop as a boxing prospect. His Jab defense considering Klitschko has a Black Belt left hand overall was very impressive. Additionally if you listen to the young man speak he has an outstanding boxing psychological mindset.It’s Awesome to see this approach to boxing inside the mind working in concert with the body.This poise was key to defeating Wladimir Klitschko by TKO in the 11th.
Anthony Joshua Executing The Game Plan vs Wladimir Klitschko to Produce a TKO Win!
Anthony Joshua once again proving to be a student and professional athlete. Easily the fighter with the most potential and upside today. Literally he is executing training in every fight. Don’t take my word for it. Watch for yourself in this video, Anthony Joshua Executing Training in the Ring by AMSB (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btbz0sCgkA0)
It’s safe to say win lose or draw boxing is in good hands and is starting to be treated like science again.
Wladimir Klitschko Patent Setup Puts Anthony Joshua On His Ass. As expected in every Wladimir Klitschko fight, he rhythm bounces into an offline 1-2 setup. Anthony Joshua showed a ton of leg stamina to get off the canvas and bounce back to win the fight.
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.