Anthony Joshua pulls Deontay Wilder as his replacement. Fighting no more ppv.

Anthony Joshua loses opponent due to drug test

Anthony Joshua’s career turn has taken another turn. (At worst) this week, although it’s not his fault. on this saturday He’s ready to face Dillian White in an unbeatable match at O2. Arena in London, however, that fight ended over the weekend after what was known as ‘Adverse findings’ in VADA drug trials on White’s part

With seven days remaining, Team Joshua struggled to find an opponent. And now they have delivered. So enter the vikings.

9 February 2023, Hilton London, Zion Park, London, England;  2023 Anthony Joshua vs. Jermaine Franklin Press Conference, PK, Pressekonferenz Anthony Joshua during the press conference.  PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUK ActionPlus12474793 ShaunxBrooks
Anthony Joshua. IMAGO/Action Plus

Anthony Joshua will fight Robert Helenius.

Robert Helenius, Swedish-Finnish fighter called to confront Joshua Despite being a former European and international heavyweight champion But most boxing fans will recognize Helenius from Deontay’s punches. Wilder last year

Wilder fought Helenius in a comeback fight after losing consecutive losses to Tyson Fury in 2020 and 2021. Those losses cost Wilder the WBC Heavyweight Championship and led to a year-long hiatus for The. Bronze Bomber

Although the hype machine is best to say the 6’6″ Nordic fighter will challenge, Wilder takes down Helenius in just over two and a half minutes with one punch. That KO punch leaves. Helenius on the canvas with his eyes closed.

Check below if you haven’t seen it yet.

Anthony Joshua’s next opponent was destroyed by Deontay Wilder.

as Helenius scores a knock over Mike Milonen (third round TKO) to take his pro record to 32-4 (21 KOs).

Joshua struggles to stay relevant.

Joshua has been named the next heavyweight boxer. The former Olympic champion then defeated Jospeh Parker and Alexander Povetkin in an embarrassing double belt. of undisputed champion status

Disaster struck Joshua in 2019 when he shocked a seventh-round TKO loss to Andy Ruiz, costing him his entire championship. He would reclaim those belts by a unanimous vote that year. Then it will go on to KO Kubrat Pulev the following year.

When Joshua returned to the track He faced Oleksandr Usyk in London in 2021. Usyk took up a masterclass and won that bout via unanimous decision. Usyk then defeated Joshua by split decision in a bout in Saudi Arabia last year.

This April, Joshua unanimously defeated Jermaine Franklin when White was out of his means. Joshua is hoping for an easy win over Helenius on his current revival tour.

However, now at the age of 33, there are many blemishes on his resume. We feel unlikely that we’ll see Joshua back there with the greats of his generation.

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