Date: 6th January 2017 at 4:50pm
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Now we?re into 2017, April 29th will soon be with us.

Wembley Stadium will be full-to-capacity with 90,000 spectators waiting to see if Anthony Joshua can continue his 100% knockout record against the legend that is Wladimir Klitschko.

Some see this fight as the acid test for the unbeaten IBF world heavyweight title, however Barry Hearn of the Matchroom team believes that 27-year-old Joshua will have far too much for the veteran 41-year-old Ukrainian with Hearn remarking to Sky Sports,

?Wladimir Klitschko stands in his way on April 29 and I think it?s going to be a very painful night for Mr. Klitschko, because I don?t know how you defend, or how you beat Anthony Joshua.

?Too physically strong, too fast, and he hits too hard.?

Klitschko isn?t the force he once was, he hasn?t fought since being beaten by Tyson Fury but I reckon there?s life in the old-dog yet and it might not be the walkover some are thinking it will be.