Joshua: Klitschko’s Experience will help him only in the opening rounds

Джошуа: Опыт Кличко поможет ему только в стартовых раундах

According to British boxer, Boxing is the sport of the young.

IBF champion Anthony Joshua (18-0, 18 KO’s) met with Vladimir Klitschko (64-4, 53 KO’s) in the program , The Gloves are Off, which airs on Sky Sports.

“It’s my time. Klitschko will not be able to identify my weaknesses, about which already spoke so many boxers. I’m going to finish the fight by knockout, that’s what I’ll do.

I have no experience of defeats in the professional ring, so I can only talk about such past experiences. Going to finish the fight early. Klitschko is very difficult to get, I realize that. But there are many ways to achieve your goal. I’ll try to make it as easy as possible, because it’s my job to make the opponent look like a beginner.

Джошуа: Опыт Кличко поможет ему только в стартовых раундах

I hear a lot about age. Boxing is a sport of the young. Klitschko has the experience that will help him in the opening rounds. But then youth, excitement, adrenaline and speed will begin to do its job. You can’t prepare for what I’m going to show, no matter how much experience you have,” said Joshua.

Recall, the fight between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko will take place on April 29 in London at Wembley stadium. Deontay Wilder will become the expert during the match.

Earlier iSport.ua reported that Klitschko is ready to help Joshua to return to the ring if he loses.

“It’s my time,’ Joshua said as part of Sky Sports ‘The Gloves are Off’ show. “I don’t think he will find a weakness. So many boxes to be ticked, but I’m going for the knockout, that’s what I do.

“I haven’t experienced losing as a professional so I can only talk about my experience in the past. But I am going for a knockout. He is harder to hit, I’m aware of that, but I know potentially there is more than one way to skin a cat. I’m trying to make this is simple as possible and it’s my job to make my opponent look like a novice.”

“I hear a lot about age, but it’s a young man’s sport. At the time he has his experience, which will be good to see you through a few rounds, but then the youth, excitement, adrenaline and speed will start causing issues. You can’t prepare for what I bring to the table, no matter how much experience you have.”

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