Date: 28th October 2013 at 5:00pm
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With his second professional fight out of the way, young Anthony Joshua has a record of 2-0, both by way of knockout.

His management team is keen to keep him active and he?s scheduled to fight next in November against an unnamed, as yet, opponent.

However, finding an opponent is proving difficult with the power the youngster has displayed, so far, meaning cash is king with Eddie Hearn commenting,

?I am having to pay over the odds for opponents.?

?It?s not a great job facing Anthony and whoever does wants to be properly rewarded.?

A subtle point but one that is very prominent if you enter the ring knowing the fight might not go your way.

As or young Joshua, he seems to be enjoying his foray into the professional ranks commenting to the media,

?When you go in there you think there are a few things you could do better, but I?m still improving and still learning. The key is to relax and box and move, wait for openings.?

?I?ve got a few weeks to work on a few things before I fight again.?


Once again it is a night we?re eagerly looking forward to.