Title Fight : Anthony Joshua Clashes With Kubrat Pulev On June 20th

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Anthony Joshua  has placed  his WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO belts on the line as he officially announced his fight with Kubrat Pulev on June 20th at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Anthony Joshua

This will be Joshua’s first title defense  after reclaiming   them from Andy Ruiz in Saudi Arabia,  after initially losing to the “big man ” in the fight fight in the United States.

Anthony Joshua

This fight will be the first boxing match held at Spurs’ state-of-the-art new stadium, which holds 63,000 people and boasts a retractable pitch so the turf will not get damaged, but that figure can be increased for the fight.

Anthony Joshua

Pulev also confirmed his involvement in the fight on his Facebook page on Monday, saying: ‘I am happy to have the opportunity to show the world how strong I really am.’

Interestingly the two fighters were due to face off at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff in 2017 but Pulev pulled out with an injury, with Joshua fighting – and beating – Carlos Takam instead.

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Joshua  has to  avoid an upset and  overcome Pulev and emerge victorious and hope  the “Gispy King” is able to  do a double over the “Bronze bomber” in their latest edition of the their trilogy of a fight  to set up  the most wanted and most talked about fight   of “Battle of Britain “heavyweight unification fight which  would likely take place in either November or December of this year, with Wembley the preferred venue.

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