Date: 14th December 2015 at 5:27pm
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But was it to be expected considering how few rounds he?d boxed as a professional?

After getting off to such an explosive start, winning his first fourteen fights all by knockout and all inside the first three rounds, there were a lot of unanswered question when it came to the future of Anthony Joshua.

Critics wondered whether he?d crumble when hit flush on the chin ? he didn?t!

Critics wondered if he would run out of gas if taken to the limit ? he didn?t!

Critics wondered if he?d find the desire to dig deep if his opponent wasn?t just blown away ? he did!

But, although that savage right upper-cut was, quite probably, the best punch thrown by a heavyweight this year and reminiscent of the way a certain Mike Tyson used to go about his business, Joshua did show that, at time, he was a little vulnerable, something I?d suggest comes with only having fourteen relatively short bouts.

In our latest audio feature, that very subject is discussed, please feel free to tune in and have a listen: