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Anthony Joshua’s promoter reveals frontrunner for next fight but Tyson Fury’s ex-rival named as backup alternative

, Anthony Joshua’s promoter reveals frontrunner for next fight but Tyson Fury’s ex-rival named as backup alternative

A FAMILIAR foe is at the front of the queue to face Anthony Joshua next after his return win against Jermaine Franklin.

AJ bounced back from consecutive losses to Oleksandr Usyk with an uninspiring points victory over the American at the O2 Arena.

Anthony Joshua with promoter Eddie Hearn

Franklin had lost in November to Dillian Whyte, who was in attendance to watch AJ’s victory.

And promoter Eddie Hearn revealed Whyte, 34, is the leading name to fight Joshua, 33, next.

He told Chris Mannix: “I think that’s the frontrunner. I quite like the Otto Wallin fight, really, but he’s a southpaw.

“So if a deal can be reached with Dillian Whyte, then I think that would be a smart fight for both.”

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Joshua’s history with Whyte dates back to the amateurs, losing their thriller but avenging the loss by stoppage in the pros six years later.

And Hearn believes a series decider could bring the best out of AJ, who failed to blow away Franklin, 29, in his comeback bout.

Wallin – who gave Tyson Fury 47 stitches during his 2019 loss – is an alternative option for Joshua despite being a southpaw.

But with huge fights against Fury or Deontay Wilder on the horizon for AJ, an orthodox opponent for his return is more likely.

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Hearn said: “I like the [Otto Wallin] fight in that respect and because he had a good fight with Fury, but the problem is, he’s a southpaw.

“But when you’re progressing with a trainer, the last thing Derrick James wants is a southpaw, especially when you’re not going to go and fight another southpaw in Fury and Wilder.

“So why would you go and fight another southpaw?”

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Dillian Whyte is in line to fight Anthony Joshua again

, Anthony Joshua’s promoter reveals frontrunner for next fight but Tyson Fury’s ex-rival named as backup alternativeTyson Fury needed 47 stitches after beating Otto Wallin in 2019

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take for you to learn boxing

Boxing takes approximately 3 months to learn. This includes learning the basics, such as footwork, stance, and balance. It’s important to remember that boxing is not only about throwing punches. It’s important to be able to block and dodge punches.

Do you have the ability to train yourself to box?

You can learn how to box. All you have to do is find a nearby boxing club and join a class. You will find most gyms offering free classes. However, if there isn’t one near you, you can always search Google for local boxes clubs.

Also, equipment like gloves and mouthpieces, headgear, as well as sparring partners will be required. Once you’ve got all of that, you can begin practicing your punches and kicks.

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How do you practice boxing punches.

You can practice boxing using a punching bags. You punch the bag until you feel like you’ve mastered the technique. Then you move onto another part of your body. Once you feel confident with the area, move on to next.

How can a beginner learn to box at home?

Boxing is one among the oldest sports known to mankind. Boxing was created in ancient times to help warriors fight off their enemies. Boxing can still be found all over the world. You don’t need to go to the gym to box. You only need a pair of gloves and some punching bags.

Amateur boxing clubs can be found in your area where you can get trained by professionals. After mastering basic punches, combinations, and other skills, you can compete in tournaments.

How to protect yourself

When you’re being attacked, you must always protect your head. It is your goal to not get punched. To do so, you need to know how to block an incoming punch. Here’s the way to do it.

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  1. Stand tall and square yourshoulders.
  2. Keep your elbows near your sides.
  3. Your forearm can block the punch coming from your opponent.
  4. Counterattack immediately.
  5. Keep blocking until the attacker flees.
  6. Keep fighting for your rights.

How can I defend my boxing skills by myself?

Boxing is the oldest known martial art. Boxing can also be considered to one of hardest sports to perform. You can’t just punch someone across the face and make him go away. You must know how to defend yourself from punches and kicks.

Find a local boxing gym. Once you have located a good gym, you can get gloves and headgear. The gloves protect your hands, while the headgear protects you. You’ll also need to wear shorts and a T-shirt.

Once you’ve gathered all your equipment, it’s time for you to start warming up. Start slow and build up speed. Start sparring with another boxer when you feel confident. If you fail, don’t be discouraged. Don’t worry if you miss. Just keep trying until it works.

Statistics

  • It is just like normal sparring with a partner, but you want to throw punches at 75% of your normal speed. (wikihow.com)
  • You want to be running at roughly 75-80% of your top speed..5 mile slow, easy recovery jog at the end.[6]X Research source 2Mix in long runs, shadow boxing, and short sprints on non-interval days. (wikihow.com)

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How To

How to box for exercise

How to learn to box for exercise

The goal of learning boxing is to improve your physical fitness level and develop self confidence. Boxing has become a very popular sport. It involves strength, speed and agility.

Learning how to box is a great way to get fit and feel good about yourself. It will be a fun activity that you will want to do again and again.

There are many options for boxing training. Some programs are offered at local gyms and others at your home. Online courses allow you to learn from anywhere in the globe.

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It is important to find a program that suits your needs and your lifestyle. The best programs will include exercises that help build muscle mass and flexibility, improve cardiovascular endurance, enhance well-being, as well as increase overall wellbeing.

It’s important to decide whether you prefer a beginner-level course or one that is more advanced. Beginner’s programs typically teach fundamental techniques and drills like shadowboxing, sparring and mitt work. Advanced programs often cover more complex movements, and include a greater variety of exercises.

These programs are generally less expensive than $100 and last for eight weeks. These programs do not provide guidance about nutrition, weight, injury prevention or any other aspect of boxing training.

Advanced programs generally last around six months and cost approximately $300. These programs often include nutrition advice, stretching routines and warm-up exercises. They also provide instruction on proper technique. Some programs include resistance training, such as lifting weights, and aerobic conditioning, such as running.

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