Anthony Joshua secures his fourth consecutive victory with a second-round knockout against Cameroonian boxer Francis Ngannou in the main event of the “Knockout Chaos” card in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Joshua Secures a Second-Round Knockout Victory Against Ngannou
Joshua Secures a Second-Round Knockout Victory Against Ngannou

Joshua Secures a Second-Round Knockout Victory Against Ngannou

Joshua’s previous wins include defeating Jermaine Franklin in April and Robert Helenius with a seventh-round knockout in August 2023. In December of the same year, Joshua claimed a fifth-round technical knockout victory over Otto Wallin, who was anticipated to pose a challenge, particularly with his southpaw stance.

Turning Doubts into Triumph: Joshua’s Knockout Victories

Joshua has achieved knockout victories against two fighters who previously went the distance with Tyson Fury: Wallin and Ngannou.

Fans were surprised when Ngannou knocked down Fury in their bout last year, leading many to believe he could also cause an upset against Joshua.

However, Joshua proved his critics wrong by outboxing Ngannou for the duration of the two rounds, fulfilling his promise of a knockout victory within just five minutes of their bout.

Following the knockout, Ngannou, originally from Cameroon, required medical attention and received oxygen while in the corner of the ring before regaining his footing.

During the post-match conference, Joshua declared his readiness to challenge the winner of the Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk match, aiming to reclaim the world heavyweight titles.

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