Opinion:Why Anthony Joshua's Old Rival, Whyte May Be Right That He's No Longer As Relevant As Before
Dillian Whyte's recent statement regarding Anthony Joshua's diminishing stature in the sport of boxing raises compelling points that warrant closer examination. Though they were harsh words from a once defeated rival, but there are a lot of significant reasons why Whyte's assertion holds weight. Firstly, the landscape of heavyweight boxing has undergone a transformative shift in recent years.
15 Sportsmen Who Became Politicians
Sportspeople are known to captivate fans with their exceptional abilities and achievement. However, some have gone on to build a budding political career after they retired. Below are some of the sportsmen who went on to become politicians after their retirement; 15. George Weah George Weah, the former AC Milan striker and FIFA World Player of the Year, was elected as the President of Liberia in 2018.
Anthony Joshua to face Dillian Whyte in ‘dangerous’ rematch August
Eddie Hearn, Anthony Joshua's promoter, has indicated that a rematch between the two fighters is possible. Additionally, plans are being made to hold Joshua vs. "The Bronze Bomber" Deontay Wilder in Saudi Arabia in December. Recall that in April, in London's renowned O2 Arena, Joshua defeated Jermaine Franklin by unanimous decision.
Ngannou plans Joshua fight in Africa
Despite signing a new contract with MMA organization PFL, Francis Ngannou is still looking to face Anthony Joshua in a boxing match in Africa. After leaving the organization, former UFC heavyweight champion Ngannou has been a free agent for a while. "He has been keeping a close eye on a project in the boxing ring.