Usyk Passes the Toughest Test, Next Defeat Anthony Joshua


LONDONOleksandr Usyk passed the toughest test before fighting world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua after defeating Derek Chisora ​​in a duel at Wembley Arena. The ex-King of the Explorer Class extended his unbeaten streak (18-0, 13KO) after a top-scoring win Derek Chisora at SSE Arena, Wembley, Sunday (1/11/2020) morning WIB.

Two judges on the jury gave the same numbers 115-113, 115-113 and the other judges won Usyk 117-112. This is Usyk’s second victory after advancing to Heavyweight. This victory proved that the Ukrainian boxer deserves a mandatory chance against the world heavyweight champions WBA, IBF, WBO, IBF. Anthony Joshua.

“ This is a real test in heavyweight. Chisora ​​was a big man, a tough guy. I expected a fight like that, I expected a tougher fight, ” said Usyk after a 12 round bout.

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Next, after winning this number, Usyk wants to rest while preparing to get his turn against Joshua. On the other hand, Joshua first faced Kubrat Pulev on 12 December.

“My plan is to go home, maximum time with my family. Train and improve. Not just world champions, unnecessary world champions. [adalah tujuan saya], ” he said.

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In this battle, Chisora ​​put up a fierce resistance against Usyk. In the first round, Chisora ​​landed several sharp punches which overwhelmed Usyk. Usyk also unleashed consecutive blows, but Chisora’s bogeman seemed more damaging.

Usyk won eight rounds to four. Chisora ​​only won in rounds 1, 2, 4, and 10. While Usyk won rounds 3, 5 to 9, 11, 12. “I was just disappointed with the results,” said Chisora.




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