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Anthony Joshua v Oleksandr Usyk: Heavyweight world titles on the line at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium


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It will be the biggest fight in Britain in more than three years when Anthony Joshua takes on Oleksandr Usyk in their world heavyweight title showdown on Saturday.

Joshua's WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO belts will be on the line in front of an estimated 67,000 fans at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the highest British boxing attendance since Joshua beat Russian Alexander Povetkin at Wembley in September 2018.

The 31-year-old Briton wants to become the undisputed heavyweight champion and knows defeat would wreck those hopes.

But Joshua, with 24 wins and one loss, wants to enjoy every moment of his 11th successive world title fight.

"Let's go out there, have fun and put on a great show," said Joshua, whose last fight against Bulgaria's Kubrat Pulev in December was held in front of just 1,000 people because of coronavirus restrictions.

"I want to be poised, relaxed and precise - that's what I'm going to do. I can't wait.

"I'm getting better as a fighter so why shouldn't I be excited? It's the best times of my life. Everyone is going to be happy on Saturday."

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Standing in Joshua's way is Usyk, a 34-year-old from Ukraine, who was an undisputed world champion at cruiserweight before moving up to the higher weight category.

"Every fight makes history and me and Anthony will make another step in history," said Usyk. "It will be something people will be talking about, will remember and will be watching on television."

Former super-middleweight world champion Carl Froch, part of BBC Radio 5 Live's commentary team from 22:00 BST on Saturday, said: "Usyk is a highly-skilled, technically proficient fighter.

"He's really fast with the jab, always on his feet, got great balance, doesn't over-reach and doesn't make any mistakes. He's got fast hands and freakishly good reflexes.

"AJ needs to not overthink it. Tell himself he's taller, got a longer reach, bigger, stronger and heavier - use all them attributes and stick it on Usyk.

"Usyk is probably AJ's stiffest test to date."

Predictions for the world heavyweight title fight

What happened to a Joshua-Fury fight?

There has not been an undisputed heavyweight champion since Britain's Lennox Lewis held all the belts in 2000 and there was hope that Joshua would face fellow Briton Tyson Fury, the WBC title holder, this summer.

Talks between the Joshua and Fury camps had been ongoing and a fight between them was expected to be announced for 14 August in Saudi Arabia.

However, those hopes were dashed when an arbitration hearing ruled that Fury was contractually obliged to fight American Deontay Wilder again.

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