Date: 17th December 2016 at 8:55am
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It?s a little less than a week since Anthony Joshua brushed aside opponent number eighteen in his professional career, by emphatically defending his IBF belt for a second time.

A flurry of punches, in the third round, saw Eric Molina?s attempt to become a world champion stopped in its tracks.

It is fair to say it wasn?t a hard nights? work for Joshua, his opponent barely threw a punch in the three rounds of action.

The win has set Joshua up for the biggest fight of his life, so far, a Wembley Stadium date with Wladimir Klitschko in front of 90,000 spectators.

But, back in the US, the bleating has started from the Molina camp.

The beaten boxer, who now has a record that reads 24-4 with 19 wins coming by way of knockout, has given his reasons for his disappointing performance.

It seems that Molina is complaining of inadequate preparation and jet-lag for his defeat, stating that he was only given thirty-nine days to prepare for the fight.

Come on mate, you?re a professional boxer, an experienced one, a fighter who knows the ropes, just admit you were beaten by the better fighter and beaten emphatically.

Strange though how none of this was ever mentioned in the big-fight build-up isn?t it!