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Anthony Joshua vs. Dominic BreazealeAnthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua, OBE (* Oktober in Watford, England) ist ein britischer Boxer und zweifacher Weltmeister im Schwergewicht nach Version der IBF, Gegen den US-Amerikaner Dominic Breazeale absolvierte Joshua gut zehn Wochen später seine erste (freiwillige) Titelverteidigung in der The. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Anthony Joshua Anthony Joshua vs. Dominic Breazeale Anthony Joshua vs. Eric Molina Anthony Joshua vs. Dillian Whyte. Tyson Fury boxt nicht am 5.
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Joshua came out roaring from the opening bell as he caught Breazeale with a sharp left hook. The champion then followed with a lightning combination at the end of Round 1 that left the American floundering.
Joshua staggered Breazeale with a huge left hook in the first 30 seconds of the second round, then hurt him again late with another left that sent Breazeale reeling around the ring, although he survived the onslaught.
Breazeale, 30, came out for the third round sporting a black eye and bloodied nose, but he continued to show a solid chin as Joshua landed almost at will working behind his jab and firing stinging shots with his left hook.
Joshua was making the first defense of the world title he won in April with a second-round KO of 6-foot-5 American southpaw Charles Martin, who went down without much resistance against the 6-foot-6 British slugger.
The 6-foot-7 Breazeale certainly proved that he could take a shot, though, and started to fire back with some combinations of his own in Round 5, but Joshua just seemed to shake off the best the challenger could deliver.
Joshua was taken into the seventh round for just the second time in his career, but he would not have to go much farther as his power began to break down the challenger.
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Ole: Klopp's penalty point may be to influence refs. This round follows much the same format, with Joshua almost stalking Breazeale around the ring and sporadically connecting with a couple of big shots.
David Haye says Breazeale seems a fraction behind Joshua at every exchange - and you have to agree with him. Not only is Breazeale taking whatever Joshua is throwing at him, this round he starts to give it back to Joshua as well.
But, this round is still dominated by the world champion - his jab is just far too quick for the American right now.
Breazeale is caught early in the round with a couple of big shots which seemed to stun him for a bit. The world champion is connecting, and with power, and a massive body shot 40 seconds from the end of the round sends Breazeale stumbling.
Breazeale needs to improve if he wants to last the distance in this one, because Joshua will smell blood after that.
Oh, and the ring-walk gets a bit weirder - with what I can only imagine are the roars of lions ringing around the stadium.
The bell was rung ten times amongst silence inside the O2 arena - a great tribute for a brilliant champion.
Both of them threw everything they had at each other in that final round, with both fighters looking visibly shattered after it. They could hardly keep themselves on their feet at the end - and that was why we were all looking forward to the fight.
Martin Murray is putting it all out on the line now, but Groves is looking like he has more in the tank going in to the last round.
What does Murray have left? He needs a knockout to win - is it possible? Martin Murray absolutely dominates the opening stages of the round, a few really good combinations catching Groves off guard.
But, Groves comes back in the last minute with a couple of big shots connecting with their target. A really strong combination from Groves has Murray staggering and almost falling, right before the bell rings.
George Groves is fully in control right now though, and Murray would probably need a knockout to see him winning this from this point.
A good exchange from Murray has Groves trapped in the corner, and it looks like Groves has been cut. By Adam Jones Everton reporter.
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Fantastic fight. Chants of 'One Martin Murray' seeping from the O2 as fans try and inspire their man. They're trading at will now as things get a bit more desperate for Murray but Groves' power advantage is evident.
Short hooks from Groves on the counter are the shot of this round. Murray has to go for broke now. But what does he have left?
Groves is being patient despite rocking Murray again in the last round. He lands a nice counter uppercut but Murray lands a hard left and attacks with fury up against the ropes.
Murray then cracks Groves witha huge right on the chin but Groves eats it. Groves gets tagged again but comes back with a hard right hand followed by another.
Groves seems to have a big power advantage. Most exciting round so far, both men going for it. Murray tries to step out of survival mode and come forward.
He probably needs a stoppage now and seems to have recovered as he bobs and weaves and puts Groves under pressure. Murray hoes to the body as he continues his impressive comeback in this one while Groves looks happy to try and pick him off.
Out of nowhere though Groves hits Murray with a hard combination and the legs go just as the bell goes. Saved by the bell again. That finish to round seven gave Groves confidence and he's on the frind foot now.
He begins to pick his shots which clatter off the head of Murray who is on wobbly legs. Groves works the body and a straight right hand stuns Murray striaght between his gloves.
Again Groves comes forward landing hard shots which are partialyl blocked. A huge shift in this fight and it looks as if Murray will do very well to survive another three rounds.
Murray continues to push the action but Groves looks comfortable picking him off. An even round but then Groves lands a lovely uppercut through Murray's defences yet as he swarms a dazed Murray the bell goes.
Its getting a bit spicy and the referee has to have a word with both men early in the round. Murray comes forward clearly feeling he is behind on the scorecards and the parten now seems to be Groves popping the jab and trying to counter.
Groves lands a nice right-hand in a winging exchange. Another close round but probably edged by Groves. Murray continues to be aggressive but that Groves jab is back and he gives as good as he gets in close as well.
He times a lovely counter hook as Murray finishes a combination with his head low. Murray comes over the top with a counter right though to answer back, but Groves comes back with a clever uppercut as Murray comes forward.
Good round for Groves. Murray lands a solid jab early on and then manages to get Groves up against the ropes where he lands a few shots as his opponent covers up.
Murray continues to come forward and a cut opens up above Groves' left eye, but it may have been from a clash of heads. The referee warns Murray to watch where his head is going, but Murray will be happy with that round nonetheless, finishing with a nice inside right before peppering the body against the ropes.
Murray is being far too defensive here, perhaps because on his few attacks Groves has answered. The St Helens' man throws a nice left uppercut in a rare exchange in the pocket though.
Groves responds with a counger left hook before they begin to exchange a little more willingly. Murray seems to have had a fire lit under him and steps forward, before he is beaten back by that jab and a body shot.
Fairly even round probably goes to Groves. Murray looks tentative as he is on the back foot, failing to answer Groves' jab as he keeps his guard high to prevent it finding a home.
When Murray does attack Groves counters with a combination that skims off the forehead. Not much action again in that round but Groves is the one looking more comfortable.
Groves takes the centre of the ring stalking Murray with his famed jab. Murray is the first one to time a nice straight one off the lead hand though.
Nothing clean really landed in a cagey opener but controlled by Groves who probably edges that one. A battle of north and south here with these two.
They're underway in this super middleweight bout! Carl Froch said Groves should weigh about a stone more than Murray but fancied the year-old to be a tough test for his former rival.
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