Date: 13th December 2016 at 1:00pm
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29th April 2017 is a date that is already highlighted in our diary for next year.

Wembley Stadium will be full to the seams with boxing fans keen to see the IBF world heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua, take on the legend that is Wladimir Klitschko.

Ahead of the fight the build-up will be immense, but the big question everybody appears to be asking is whether Joshua can continue his great professional career run whereby he?s knocked-out all 18 of his previous opponents.

Wladimir has been knocked out before although the last time it happened was way back in March 2003 when Corrie Saunders stunned the crowd in Hannover to knockout Klitschko.

Having linked up with Robert McCracken recently, a trainer he worked with back in his amateur days, Joshua is confident that he can beat the legend that is Wladimir Klitschko, but his trainer, McCracken, reckons his man can emulate Corrie Saunders with Rob McCracken remarking to the media,

?When you have speed like Anthony has, they don?t see the punches coming.

?And that will be the plan for Klitschko ? he just can?t avoid or defend what?s coming from Anthony.

?If he hits them hard enough he can knock anybody out without a doubt.

?Klitschko has beaten big punchers before but Anthony?s more than a big puncher.?

He is, although some might say he?s not been severely tested yet with only Dillian Whyte having stunned him.

But what?s your views, can Joshua dump Klitschko on the canvas and move on to bigger, better and greater things?

Your views would be greatly appreciated.