Anthony Joshua compilation made after being 'disrespected way too much'

Anthony Joshua compilation made after being 'disrespected way too much'

In response to the unfair amount of disrespect that British heavyweight Anthony Joshua has recently received, @NNBoxing on Twitter has made a compilation video showing all of AJ’s best knockouts and big hits over the years, reminding boxing fans not to sleep on the 6 foot 6’s instant knockout power.

The minute-long clip shows the two-time former unified world heavyweight champion unloading devastating blows on his talented opponents, utilising his famous overhand right and right uppercut, as well as his powerful left hook to rattle his challengers in the ring.

The video reminds one of the vast array of talented fighters that Joshua has fought throughout the years, defeating domestic rival Dillian Whyte, former IBF world champion Charles Martin, heavyweight legend Wladimir Klitschko and the experienced Russian brawler Alexander Povetkin, all by TKO or KO.

The video was made by @NNBoxing to remind the boxing world of Joshua’s athletic capability, with the Watford-born heavyweight having slipped down the rankings of top heavyweights following his shock 2019 loss to Andy Ruiz Jr and his most recent loss against former undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk.

Joshua is hoping to regain the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight titles that he lost to Ukrainian Usyk last year in a rematch expected to take place this August in Saudi Arabia.

If the 32-year-old former Olympic gold medallist can turn back the clocks and pull out the rhythm, combinations and power that he frightened his opponents with between 2015 and 2018, then there is a high chance of the Brit regaining his titles once again to become a three-time unified world heavyweight champion.

Joshua may have become a laughing stock by some due to his recent losses, but one only needs to watch the compilation video of his greatest knockouts to realise that you can never count out the knockout power of Anthony Joshua.

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