Date: 15th November 2013 at 4:30pm
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Last night, at the York Hall in Bethnal Green, our superheavyweight gold medallist, Anthony Joshua, registered his third win in three contests as a professional.

Matched against the Croat, Hrvoje Kisicek, the six round contest was meant to be a test against a durable opponent.

However, that didn?t prove to be the case with Joshua stopping his man inside two rounds with yet another purposeful display.

Joshua has now won all three of his fights well inside the distance and will make his next appearance on the undercard of the Car Froch v George Groves bill, in Manchester, on November 23rd.

Talking about re-entering the ring in such quick time, Joshua commented to the media,

?It?s a busy schedule to get as much ring experience as possible.?

A week before fights is something those schooled in the ways of our sport fifty or so years ago might recall.

Hopefully, Joshua can continue his march through the professional ranks with the same style he?s sown in those first three quick fights.

 

One Reply to “Joshua Makes It Three out of Three”

  • this was again, all too easy, but I do hope there isn’t a rush to put him in against too strong/experienced opponents to soon. however he really does look an exceptional talented and clever fighter, so getting him fights against cannon fodder is perhaps pointless, whilst getting such fights at ant intermediate level might also be difficult, such is his ability

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