Usyk defeats Joshua

todaySeptember 1, 2022

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Anthony Joshua claims that his emotions got the best of him and that he let himself down with his weird post-fight theatrics after he was defeated by Oleksandr Usyk of Ukraine on Saturday in Saudi Arabia. Usyk is from the Ukraine.

In the rematch for the heavyweight world title, Joshua came up on the losing end of a split decision. After the fight was over, the Briton grabbed two of Usyk’s belts, walked towards the locker room, and then returned to the ring to deliver an impassioned speech. He then dropped the belts out of the ring and picked them up again. In a tweet, Joshua wrote, “I have let myself down.”


After making his way back to the ring, the fighter, who was 32 at the time, attacked Usyk by stating, “You’re not strong. How did you beat me? How? I had character and determination. After that, Joshua took the microphone and delivered a profanity-laced speech in which he pondered the fight and his flaws as a boxer. He also used some colourful language.


In addition to this, he spoke on a variety of themes, such as his run-ins with the law when he was a youngster, the conflict in Ukraine, his career, and he led the audience in a salute to Usyk, who is 35 years old. Joshua explained his behaviour during the post-match press conference by stating that he was upset with himself for how he fought. He continued by saying, “When you’re furious, you might do stupid things.”


In his tweets on Sunday, he wished Usyk “continued success in your quest for greatness,” referring to the fact that Usyk had already defeated him on points in London in September of last year. He complimented me by saying, “You are a class act, champ.” Yesterday I had to mentally take myself into a dark place to compete for the championship belts! I had two fights, one with Usyk and one with my emotions, and both got the better of me.” I’ll be the first to admit, I let myself down. I acted out of pure passion and emotion, and when not controlled, it ain’t great. I love this sport so much and I’ll be better from this point on. Respect.”


Joshua, who won the gold medal in the super-heavyweight division at the Olympic Games in London in 2012, won his first 22 matches after turning professional. However, he has already lost three of his last five fights, all of which were for world titles.


Joshua, meanwhile, claims that he is “hungry” for another bout and that he plans to make his comeback in the ring sometime in December. With the ultimate objective of the Englishman being a three-time world heavyweight champion, promoter Eddie Hearn wants him to have three or four fights during the course of the next year. “I asked Eddie if it was possible to get out in November because momentum is important in boxing, and he said December.” ” I spoke to Eddie and asked him if it was possible to get out in November because momentum is important in boxing. If it comes down to who I fight, I’m ready for whoever shows up. Whoever wants it can get it. I don’t mind. “

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