News | Oct 18 2017

Anthony Joshua says Carlos Takam will be harder to knock out than Kubrat Pulev

Anthony Joshua recalls when Carlos Takam confronted him in person, writes Declan Taylor
Anthony Joshua
Anthony Joshua Media Work-Out  |  Action Images/Reuters/Matthew Childs

ANTHONY JOSHUA is adamant he will have a tougher time getting rid of Carlos Takam than he would have done against Kubrat Pulev following the Bulgarian’s withdrawal.

Takam will now face Joshua for the IBF and WBA heavyweight titles at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on October 28 after Pulev sustained a pectoral injury.

The Sofia hardman had worked his way into the mandatory position for the first of those belts but when Pulev decided he was unable to fight it went down to the next man on the rankings, which is Frenchman Takam.


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