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Ngannou's Chilling Warning Echoes to Joshua: "I’m really intending to hand him a loss on March 8!"

MMA powerhouse Francis Ngannou is confident in his skills and punching power as he prepares to face former two-time world champion Anthony Joshua on March 8 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in only his second professional boxing match.

Ngannou made waves in October of the previous year when he debuted in the boxing ring against WBC world champion Tyson Fury in a non-title bout. Despite being an underdog, Ngannou surprised experts by dropping Fury in the third round and engaging in a highly competitive fight until the end. Fury ultimately secured a close ten-round split decision victory.

“The day is set,” Ngannou declared to MMA Fighting. “It’s two months from now, and if any of them think they are going to have easy money, too bad for them. If AJ takes the punch that Fury took, I don’t guarantee that he’s [getting back] up. I have heard that he doesn’t have a chin. I’m going to find out.”

Having stayed active throughout the previous year, Joshua showcased an impressive performance on December 23, stopping top contender Otto Wallin in five rounds. While acknowledging Joshua’s recent success, Ngannou believes the British star remains the same fighter who experienced three defeats in the ring.

“I think he’s still the same fighter,” Ngannou commented. “Being the same fighter doesn’t mean you can’t lose. He lost to Andy Ruiz. He lost to Oleksandr Usyk, and he can still lose. By the way, I’m really intending to hand him a loss on March 8. You can still be who you are but still lose. Nobody is undefeated.”

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