The JK Brackens clubman suffered a hip injury in the Premier County’s quarter-final win over Waterford.However the results of a scan on the Under 21 captain were positive with Creedon saying there’s no reason he shouldn’t be available to face the Munster and All Ireland champions in Semple Stadium on Sunday week.
SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 3rd January, 2020 16:00 IST Last Updated: 3rd January, 2020 16:00 IST Anthony Joshua Fires Warning, Says He’ll Knockout Deontay Wilder In 6 Rounds Anthony Joshua believes that he can take out Deontay Wilder by knocking him out within six rounds of their fight. Know what Anthony Joshua has to say. Raj Sarkar FOLLOW US Anthony Joshua’s 2019 was definitely a roller-coaster ride. The British Heavyweight faced the first and only loss of his career till date against Andy Ruiz Jr in June 2019. Well, he managed to bounce back on December 7 by defeating Andy Ruiz Jr in an epic re-match and got back the WBA (super), WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight titles around his waist. Now, the British champion has his eyes set over WBC Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder. Anthony Joshua is confident that he would knock out Deontay Wilder within seven rounds of their fight. Written By WATCH US LIVE Also Read | ‘Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder Would’ve Excelled In My Time’: George ForemanRight now, Anthony Joshua is out of a potential opponent. The winner of Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2 will be a worthy opponent for Joshua. Either Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder will get their hands on the WBC Heavyweight title after February 22. Anthony Joshua might hop in to unify all the heavyweight world titles. Also Read | Anthony Joshua Tagged As The Biggest HYPOCRITE Of Boxing Universe By Former RivalAlso Read | Andy Ruiz Jr Blames His Diet For His Loss Against Anthony Joshua At ‘Clash On The Dunes’ Also Read | Boxing: Anthony Joshua Regrets Wanting To Spar With Tyson FuryBoxing: Anthony Joshua claims to knock out Deontay WilderDespite having several verbal tussles, Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder have never locked their horns inside a boxing ring. It keeps the question alive – who is the best knockout specialist of this era? Anthony Joshua has been in 24 professional bouts out of which he has won 23 fights (21 knockouts). Deontay Wilder is still undefeated with 41 wins (40 knockouts) in 42 fights fought. The WBC Champion is slated to defend his title against Tyson Fury on February 22. In an interview with Sky Sports, Anthony Joshua said, “He (Deontay Wilder) would not be there to do that in the seventh round. I would go in to knock him (Deontay Wilder) out. It’s heavyweight against heavyweight, champion against champion. I have got to go in there and take him out. Don’t let him get too comfortable with me.” LIVE TV COMMENT