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Boxing Betting: Anthony Joshua won’t take any opponent lightly
By Andrew Scott Monday, 9 June 2014 07:54
Anthony Joshua, heavyweight prospect who’s very famous with boxing betting fans, said that he won’t take any opponent lightly as he gets ready to open the Carl Froch v George Groves II undercard when he faces Matt Legg.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that to date, Joshua recorded five relatively easy stoppage wins with very good boxing odds in his career as a professional, but won’t change his tactics in a bid to ‘put rounds in the bank.’
The 24-year-old Olympic gold medalist, who impressed boxing betting fans all over the world by beating all of his professional opponents inside two rounds or less, said: “If I see a weakness in my opponent, I’m going to exploit it because if I get caught or beat, I’ll regret not having taken the chance. Not every fight is going to be a knockout.
“I prepare for tough fights. I look forward to these guys that will really test me because pressure brings out the best in me.
“It was a big decision to go pro but I’ll never regret it. I’m happy with where I’m at and the team I’ve got. Now I’m five fights in, it’s a great honour to be part of one of the biggest fights in British boxing history.
And fans everywhere that follow Joshua’s boxing odds also believe that he made the right decision to go pro.
“I’m starting the show but hopefully one day I’ll be headlining. I hope to start the night off with a bang. I’ve got a domestic fighter who’s coming to give it a go. He’ll be trying to catch me so may the best man win.”
The main event in front of what could very well be an 80,000 sell-out crowd at Wembley will see Groves and Froch renew their hostilities. Joshua, pay per head sportsbooks, and boxing betting fans are very excited at the prospect of a huge showdown taking place in his hometown.
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He added: “I really wish the best of luck to Carl Froch and George Groves and wish them the best of health because they’re in for a war. I just hope they come out on the good side, shake eachother’s hands and live to fight another day.”
Boxing betting fans and price per head services can’t wait to see what will happen in the ring when Joshua takes on Legg, and are very eager to see the action.