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Anthony Joshua Puts Robert Helenius to Sleep in the 7th Round- Joshua vs Helenius

In Joshua vs Helenius, at the iconic O2 Arena in London, Anthony Joshua demonstrated a return to form, securing a knockout against Robert Helenius in the 7th round. This victory marked the end of a knockout drought that had haunted Joshua for nearly three years. With this emphatic win, Joshua’s record now stands at an impressive 26-3(23), while the seasoned fighter, Helenius, moves to 32-5(21).

Boxing enthusiasts are abuzz with anticipation, as rumors suggest that Joshua’s next bout could be a monumental showdown with Deontay Wilder, potentially scheduled for January in the Middle East. Although the knockout against Helenius will undoubtedly be remembered for years to come, critics have labeled Joshua’s overall performance as overly cautious. In the initial rounds of Joshua vs Helenius, Helenius seemed to overshadow Joshua, leading to whispers of discontent among the audience.

The climactic end to the Joshua vs Helenius fight, while exhilarating, also left many wondering if Joshua could have wrapped up the bout sooner. Comparisons with Wilder’s quick victory over Helenius have only fueled such arguments. If Joshua intends to stand tall against a formidable opponent like Wilder, he’ll need to bring more aggression and pace to the ring.

Evaluations aside, Joshua’s win over Helenius marked his first knockout victory since his 2020 bout against Kubrat Pulev. However, the lingering question remains: Was this performance potent enough to unsettle Team Wilder? While time will provide a definitive answer, the boxing community continues to speculate. In the world of boxing, where every move is under scrutiny, many believe that a more assertive Joshua would have subdued Helenius even faster.

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