Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua uses a new technology involving voice search to look back at his last fight against Wladimir Klitschko.
Joshua returns to action tonight against Carlos Takam but will have spent months and months going back over his mistakes in his last fight against Wladimir Klitschko.
Although it was a thrilling bout that he came out victorious in, it could have easily went the other way. Down and badly hurt in the fight, Klitschko at one point looked like he had the beating of him.
To his credit he battled on and held on when hurt, allowing enough time for his gas tank to recoup and ultimately come storming back at his more experienced foe to stop him inside the distance.
It turns out that Joshua has been using an interesting piece of technology with Sky’s Johnny Nelson in the run up to tonight’s fight.
Check this out:
A fairly interesting way to look back over a fight in fairness.
I could see how boxing fans would find this useful in terms of watching things where they want with quick, easy access by voice search.
In the era where fight fans want things quicker than ever before it could be of use. The slow motion feature looks interesting too.
The clock is now ticking for Joshua to see if what he’s learned last time out can be put into practice tonight against Takam.