Nigerian-born British boxer, Anthony Joshua was in action at the London O’ 2 Arena with Robert Helenius last night.
The former heavyweight champion went up against the Nordic Nightmare who in a short notice replaced Dillian Whyte who was supposed to fight Anthony Joshua last night but failed doping test by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA).
Stepping in for Dillian Whyte, Robert Helenius was beaten by Anthony Joshua through a knockout in the Seventh Round of the match bringing Anthony Joshua’s total victories via a knockout to 23 as well as giving him a deserving back to back victories after his two previous back to back loses to Oleksandr Usyk which claimed his unified heavyweight belts.
Anthony Joshua also finds his recent victory as a morale boosting especially as he makes preparation to challenge Deontay Wilder.
Speaking after the match, Anthony Joshua promised his fans two more matches this year. He explained that his back pain is gone and that he looks forward to carrying the heavyweight division to the top.