Anthony Joshua will 'bulldoze' Wladimir Klitschko, claims former heavyweight champion David Haye
Anthony Joshua will 'bulldoze' Wladimir Klitschko in December to officially end the era of dominance enjoyed by the Ukranian heavyweight and his elder brother Vitali.
That is the opinion of David Haye, one of the many heavyweights who tried and failed to depose the Ukrainian siblings over the past decade.
IBF world champion Joshua is expected to face the younger of the two, Wladimir, in December in what is set to become the richest heavyweight fight ever held on British soil.
The pair are set to split as much as £15m for the clash, which could also include one of the titles vacated by... read more
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