Anthony Joshua: A Comprehensive Look at His Record, Wins, Losses, and Stature in the Boxing World

On Saturday, December 23rd, Anthony “AJ” Joshua will return to the ring to face Otto Wallin in a highly anticipated event called “Judgment Day”. The event will feature other exciting matchups including Deontay Wilder vs Joseph Parker. If the Englishman and American both win their fights, they are set to face each other next March 9th.

The action-packed event is scheduled to take place at the Kingdom Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In addition to Anthony Joshua vs Otto Wallin, the event will also feature a fight between Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker.

Anthony Joshua, the former WBA, WBO, and IBF heavyweight champion, will be facing Otto Wallin who has lost only one of his 27 fights. Wallin lost to Tyson Fury in 2019 but has since secured six victories, including one against Murat Gassiev by split decision.

Here are some key facts about Anthony Joshua:
– Nickname: AJ
– Record: 26-3-0
– Debut date: Oct. 5, 2013
– Fights: 29
– Rounds Fought: 155
– Weight class: Heavyweight
– Height: 6ft 6in
– Weight: 200 lbs.
– KO Percentage: 88.46%
– Reach: 82 inches
– Career earnings: $44,000,000

– Anthony Joshua first won a world title in 2016 with a win over Charles Martin.
– He held the unified WBO, IBF, and WBA heavyweight champion titles from March 2018 to July 2019 and then again after defeating Andy Ruiz Jr. by unanimous decision in December 2019. This streak lasted until September 2021 when he lost to Oleksandr Usyk.
– He also won the gold medal at the 2012 Olympics in the super heavyweight division.

The event promises to be an exciting evening of boxing for fans around the world, and the anticipation is building for Anthony Joshua’s return to the ring.

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