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‘I’m ready to step in and fight Tyson Fury’ – Joe Joyce desperate to fill gap left as Usyk showdown talks collapse

, ‘I’m ready to step in and fight Tyson Fury’ – Joe Joyce desperate to fill gap left as Usyk showdown talks collapse

JOE JOYCE is ready to fight Tyson Fury after the Gypsy King’s undisputed bout with Oleksandr Usyk broke down.

But first the Juggernaut must negotiate the challenge of Chinese fighter Zhilei Zhang on April 15.

Joe Joyce is eyeing a showdown with Tyson Fury

Fury’s April bout with Oleksandr Usyk has been shelved

The 37-year-old Brit is then prepared to take on WBC heavyweight champ Fury, 34.

Talks between Fury and Usyk collapsed amid a row over the financials for a potential rematch.

The pair had agreed to an undisputed fight on April 29.

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But while talks for that bout broke down, Joyce reckons a fight between him and Fury “would be very easy to set up”.

Both heavyweights are promoted by Frank Warren.

Speaking to the Daily Mail on fighting Fury, Joyce said: “Yeah I’m ready to step in.

“I’m scheduled to fight Zhang first – that’s a massive fight – so I’ll do that first. Fury said he wanted to face me if he didn’t fight Usyk. Of course I’ve go to beat up big Zhilei first.

“It would be very easy to set up. We’re both with Frank Warren.

“He’s already said he wants to fight me, it’s a great fight. People are interested in seeing that fight.”

Reports this weekend claim Joyce is the front runner to face Fury this summer.

Usyk meanwhile is poised to defend his WBA, WBO and IBF belts against WBA mandatory challenger Daniel Dubois.

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Dubois, 25, is in line for a title shot before WBO interim fighter Joyce, despite the Juggernaut stopping Dubois in their 2021 showdown.

But a gracious Joyce said: “I’m not surprised by anything in boxing. I just get on with what I need to do and progress in my career and get the best out of it.

“I’m looking to be in some great fights this year and next year.

“It can be very frustrating at times, but things go on and fights happen, so let’s make the [Fury] fight happen. Please!”

Frequently Asked Questions

Where should I buy boxing equipment?

There are many online places where you can purchase boxing equipment. There are many online stores that sell boxing equipment, including Amazon, eBay Walmart, Target and Sports Authority. Ross and TJ Maxx are great places to find cheap boxing gear.

Quality boxing gear is what you should be looking for. You can consider Warrior, Golden Glove or Premier Boxing Champions.

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How many hours do boxers train in a single day?

Boxing trainers train for at most 4 hours per day. They spend time learning new moves and practice their punches, as well as studying boxing techniques. Boxers spar 10 times per week.

How much weight should I lift when working out?

Weight lifting is essential if you want to improve your strength. You should be aware of these guidelines when lifting weights. First, make sure that you don’t overdo it. Try to lift heavier weights every day. Third, repeat each exercise eight times. Fourth, rest for 2 minutes between sets. Fifth, you can do all the exercises without using momentum. Finally, be focused on form, not speed.

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How To

Here are the Essential Skills of Boxing

How to box effectively

Boxing is one of the most popular sports in the world. Two opponents fight each other to the death. The rules of boxing vary from country to country. There are three types: Amateur, Professional, or Olympic boxing.

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Amateur boxing usually takes place at school, college and university. This type of boxing allows sparring without protection. Amateur boxing competitions typically last for three rounds, each lasting five minutes. There are many types of amateur boxing: Kickboxing, Muay Thai and Taekwondo.

Boxing is often practiced in gyms or clubs. They have protective equipment such as mouthpieces. Professional boxing contests last six rounds and last for four minutes each. There are many styles of professional boxing: Boxing, MMA (Mixed Martial Arts), Kickboxing and Muay Thai.

Olympic boxing can be seen at the Olympics. International standards require that boxers use special protective gear. The eight rounds last three minutes each and are held over eight rounds. There are only two styles of Olympic boxing; Light Flyweight and Heavyweight.

The basics of boxing are:

  • Punching techniques
  • Guarding techniques
  • Footwork
  • Stance
  • The body moves
  • Defense
  • Combination
  • Rotation
  • Spares

Punching Techniques

There are seven types of punches available: Left Hook and Right Hook, Cross, Cross, Straight, Underhand, Overhand, Cross, Straight, Cross, Straight, Cross, Straight, and Overhand. Each punch has its own technique. Some punches need more power than others. For example, an uppercut requires great force. On the other hand, a straight punch requires less power but it is faster than other punches.

There are many combinations that can be used to punch. These are combinations of punches that work together to achieve a specific goal. One combination can have many parts. A left hook followed with a right-cross will cause injury to the opponent’s jaw.

Guard Techniques

Boxers use their bodies to defend themselves against attack. He does this by using his legs, arms, elbows, hands, knees and feet.

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Legs

Boxers should use their legs to defend against kicks. When he receives a kick, he raises his leg and moves away from the attacker. If the attack comes from the front, then he bends his knees to avoid being kicked on the side. But if the attack comes in the back, he will stand straight and block the kick using his foot.

Elbows

Because they cause great pain, elbow strikes are extremely effective. You can either deliver an elbow strike directly, or indirectly. Directly, you strike your opponent with your forearm. Indirectly, you hit him with another portion of your arm.

Hands

Boxers use both their hands and arms to prevent incoming blows. To do so, they raise their fists above their head and move them towards the direction of the attack. Then, they touch the attacker’s hand.

Knees

Boxers who are subject to a punch to their stomachs, abdomens, or chests should bend at the knees to absorb the impact. Knee strikes are often used for defense purposes.

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Feet

Boxers should respond to being attacked by their opponent by standing back and delivering counter-attacks. This will help him gain distance from his opponent. Boxers should also keep their balance when counter-attacking.

Stances

Boxing effectively requires a boxer to have a good stance. His stance determines how he defends himself. It is how he positions himself and where he faces the opponent. Boxers can take many different stances. These are some of our most favorite:

  • Low stance
  • High stance
  • Southpaw stance
  • Western stance

The Body Movement

In order to win a fight, a boxer must move around his opponent. This means changing your speed, position and rhythm.

Rotation

A boxer will rotate his arm when he is throwing a punch. You can rotate at different speeds depending upon the punch.

Combinations

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The effectiveness of a combination depends on the timing of each individual punch. A combination is good if it starts with a strong punch then ends with a weaker one.

Spare parts

Sparring is a training session that improves boxing skills. A sparring session is where a boxer trains both his mind and his body. Sparring is a way to learn how to fight without getting hurt.

You need to have patience and dedication in order to learn how boxing works. To become a better fighter, you have to train hard and continue to work.

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