Date: 30th December 2016 at 12:52pm
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Wembley Stadium, on 29th April, will be packed to the rafters.

90,000 spectators will be inside the stadium hoping to see an epic encounter between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitsckho.

Most of those inside the stadium will be hoping to see Joshua take his professional record to 19-0 with all 19 wins coming by way of knockout.

Klitschko hasn?t fought since he lost his plethora of heavyweight titles to Tyson Fury in Germany, before that fight he?d not looked good when beating Byrant Jennings in the US. Some pundits are suggesting that the Ukrainian has lost his edge and that he will be there for the taking on 29th April.

However, Wladimir is confident that he can shock the nation and beat Joshua and speaking to Sky Sports, the former champion reckons he?s gotten better with age, remarking,

?With age I got faster. And my endurance got better, my anticipation. Until now I?ve seen progress. I always ask my team ? you guys better tell me before I slow down, because maybe I won?t feel it. Just tell me if it?s there. So it?s not just my opinion. It?s the opinion of people who are close to me.?

I guess we?ll find out on 29th April, but could Klitsckho?s team be telling him what he wants to hear?