Here are the top 10 Anthony Joshua knockouts of his professional career so far – as the Englishman gets ready to fight Wladimir Klitschko.
Heavyweight boxing season is well and truly back as fans get ready for this weekend’s mega fight between Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko.
As the old saying goes, there’s boxing and then there’s heavyweight boxing.
There’s something that has always got folks excited over the decades when the best and biggest punchers in the world throw down.
More often than not because of the freakish power and strength offered in the weight classes, it results in fan-pleasing knockouts.
While brutal in nature, knockouts have a primal intrigue with not just boxing fans but the casual observer of the sport.
Rendering one’s opponent for more than ten seconds is the name of the game in heavyweight boxing. No more than that.
So far in his relatively short professional tenure Londoner Anthony Joshua has been able to do that every single time so far with a record of 18-0 (18KO).
One chilling knockout that sticks out for me in recent memory was the one over his rival from the UK Dillian Whyte.
Whyte was left collapsed in a heap on the ground following one of the most vicious uppercuts seen in 2015.
Ahead of this weekend’s showdown at Wembley, the excellent folks at EditinKing YouTube (hat tip) have put together this punched filled compilation of the 10 best Anthony Joshua knockouts thus far.