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TIME

02:25

ROUND

11

BY

TKO

19

AJ VS
WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO

WEMBLEY STADIUM, LONDON

29/04/17

Anthony Joshua produced the performance of his career to add the WBA Super Heavyweight title to his IBF belt as he beat Wladimir Klitschko by TKO in the 11th round at Wembley Stadium.

18

AJ VS
ERIC MOLINA

MANCHESTER AREA

10/12/16

AJ made the second successful defence of his IBF World heavyweight title by scoring a third-round knockout victory over Molina. Anthony broke Molina with a crushing right hand to the jaw. Former heavyweight champion, Wladimir Klitschko was ringside for a closer view of what he faces in April. The two will square up in what is thought to be the fight of the year.

TIME

02:02

ROUND

03

BY

TKO

TIME

01:01

ROUND

07

BY

TKO

17

AJ VS
DOMINIC BREAZEALE

O2 ARENA, LONDON

25/06/16

Defending his new world title just 11 weeks after capturing it, AJ came up against the unbeaten Breazeale. Showing admirable grit and determination, the American hung in for seven rounds before the inevitable stoppage.

16

AJ VS
CHARLES MARTIN

O2 ARENA, LONDON

09/04/16

On April 9th the world tuned in to see AJ make his play for the IBF World Heavyweight Title. The win came within just 2 rounds as AJ neutralised the US Southpaw after landing two devastating right hands in quick succession.

TIME

01:32

ROUND

02

BY

KO

TIME

01:27

ROUND

07

BY

KO

15

AJ VS
DILLIAN WHYTE

O2 ARENA, LONDON

12/12/15

Having claimed a victory in the amateur ranks, AJ had plenty to prove against fellow Brit Whyte. In a noticeable step up in class, AJ boxed his way through six and a half rounds before a picture perfect uppercut left Whyte on his back.

14

AJ VS
GARY CORNISH

O2 ARENA, LONDON

15/09/15

Highlander Cornish entered the O2 with a 21 fight undefeated record. He left 90 seconds after the first bell having been knocked down twice in AJ’s fastest ever win. Dillian Whyte was at ringside for a closeup view of what he faces next…

TIME

01:37

ROUND

01

BY

TKO

TIME

01:22

ROUND

02

BY

TKO

13

AJ VS
KEVIN JOHNSON

O2 ARENA, LONDON

30/05/15

In what many considered to be the first big test of his professional boxing career, AJ made a statement by ripping apart the 35-year-old American who’d not been stopped in 36 previous fights. Test passed.

12

AJ VS
RAPHAEL ZUMBANO LOVE

BARCLAYCARD ARENA, BIRMINGHAM

09/05/15

Anthony continued his comeback by checking Birmingham off his list of UK boxing arenas, making light work of Brazil’s Raphael Zumbano Love with a perfect right hand in the second round that left his opponent flat on the canvas.

TIME

01:21

ROUND

02

BY

KO

TIME

01:21

ROUND

03

BY

KO

11

AJ VS
JASON GAVERN

METRO RADIO ARENA, NEWCASTLE

04/04/15

Anthony returned to the ring after 8 weeks out with a stress fracture in his lower back to tear US veteran Jason Gavern apart inside 3 rounds, extending his unbeaten professional record to 11-0.

10

AJ VS
MICHAEL SPROTT

ECHO ARENA, LIVERPOOL

22/11/14

The new WBC International Heavyweight Champion appeared to face a tough test in the form of two time Prize Fighter champion Sprott. The veteran was dispatched within just 86 seconds however, as AJ remained unbeaten.

TIME

01:26

ROUND

01

BY

TKO

TIME

01:00

ROUND

02

BY

TKO

09

AJ VS
DENIS BAKHTOV

02 ARENA, LONDON

11/10/14

AJ’s biggest test yet saw him take on former WBC International Heavyweight Champion Bakhtov for the vacant title. After some blazing combinations and a ferocious streak of right hands, AJ emerged triumphant.

08

AJ VS
KONSTANTIN AIRICH

PHONES 4U ARENA, MANCHESTER

13/09/14

AJ took his time more in his eighth professional fight, where he entered the third round for the first time in his career. It was in that round which the event ended, as referee Steve Gray stepped in after some fiery combinations landed upon Airich.

TIME

01:16

ROUND

03

BY

TKO

TIME

02:33

ROUND

02

BY

TKO

07

AJ VS
MATT SKELTON

ECHO ARENA, LIVERPOOL

12/07/14

AJ came up against former British, Commonwealth and European Heavyweight champion Matt Skelton in Liverpool. Anthony remained cool, calm and collected however as he put his compatriot to the floor with a bludgeoning right hand in the second round.

06

AJ VS
MATT LEGG

WEMBLEY STADIUM, LONDON

31/05/14

AJ resumed his raw and vibrant professional career with a first-round demolition of Matt Legg as he opened the show for the eagerly awaited Froch vs Groves II at Wembley Stadium. Anthony showcased some early punches with Matt Legg before landing a right-handed uppercut that ended the contest after just 83 seconds.

TIME

01:23

ROUND

01

BY

KO

TIME

02:14

ROUND

01

BY

KO

05

AJ VS
HECTOR AVILA

SECC ARENA, GLASGOW

01/03/14

AJ breezed through his bout in just 134 seconds at the Secc Arena in Glasgow as he saw off Argentina’s Avila and mark his fifth consecutive professional win. This was his final six-round competition as he now looks to make the grade against tougher opposition.

04

AJ VS
DORIAN DARCH

MOTORPOINT ARENA, CARDIFF

1/02/14

AJ continued to go from strength to strength at professional level as he chalked up another knockout win. A bombardment of jabs resulted in referee Terry O’Connor stepping in and bringing the match to an end early for Darch’s safety.

TIME

01:23

ROUND

02

BY

TKO

TIME

01:38

ROUND

02

BY

TKO

03

AJ VS
HRVOJE KISICEK

YORK HALL, LONDON

14/11/13

AJ’s third successive knockout win came against Croatian Kisciek in East London’s York Hall. Anthony made light work of his more practised rival by dealing with the Croat in just the second round.

02

AJ VS
PAUL BUTLIN

MOTORPOINT ARENA, SHEFFIELD

26/10/13

AJ second professional opponent was fellow countryman Paul Butlin, aged 37. It was another convincing win for Anthony, as he displayed not only his powerful punching power but also his ring skills.

TIME

00:50

ROUND

02

BY

TKO

TIME

02:47

ROUND

01

BY

TKO

01

AJ VS
EMANUELE LEO

O2 ARENA, LONDON

5/10/13

AJ made a blistering start to his professional career, by destroying Italian, Emanuele Leo in the opening round. Anthony described his debut professional victory as “just as important as winning the Olympics.”