Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam

Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam

Watch Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam Live Stream BF and WBA Super Heavyweigh Boxing today at cardif at 5:oo PM ET. It may not be the opponent we were expecting, but the excitement is palpable as Anthony Joshua gets in the ring for his first fight since April on Saturday night. He is up against Carlos Takam in Cardiff where a capacity crowd at the Principality Stadium will be watching on as Joshua defends his IBF and WBA Super Heavyweight titles. With Sky Sports Box Office you can watch the fights live via your PC/Desktop/MAC, NOW TV box, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet.

 

Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam Live

Date: Saturday, Oct. 28
Main Event time: 5 p.m. ET
Location: Principality Stadium — Cardiff, Wales
Channel: Showtime (FREE)
Stream: Live/PPV

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Anthony Joshua is set to top the bill in Cardiff in a world heavyweight title contest against the seasoned professional Carlos Takam.

The Cameroonian-French fighter stepped in at short notice for the injured Kubrat Pulev and will look to stun the world with victory at the Principality Stadium.

AJ is fresh from dispatching Wladimir Klitschko in the 11th round of a pulsating contest at Wembley Stadium in what will be remembered as one of the all-time great heavyweight fights.

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The undercard for the fight will begin at 3 p.m. and it will feature three title fights, but Showtime will only be showing Joshua-Takam. Dillian Whyte and Robert Helenius will fight for the WBC Silver heavyweight title, Lenroy Thomas and Dave Allen are fighting for the Commonwealth heavyweight title, and Frank Buglioni and Callum Johnson will be duking it out for the British & Commonwealth light heavyweight titles. There are major implications in these fights, but Joshua goes into the night as the fighter with the most to lose.

Joshua was due to fight Kubrat Pulev in Cardiff on Saturday night, until the Bulgarian pulled out of the fight citing a ‘strained pectoral muscle’. Promoter Eddie Hearn was concerned Joshua and trainer Rob McCracken would not take the news of the rearranged fight well, after Joshua had been training to fight the taller and more defensive Pule

As such a heavy favorite, fighting a backup fighter and heading in with a title and an undefeated record, it will be a huge fight for Joshua. He has the talent, undoubtedly, and it could prove to be a very difficult fight. The 19-0 Joshua is going against 35-3-1 Takam, who won his last fight against Ivica Bacurin in June. Although it’s a huge challenge, the veteran has picked up some steam since his last loss in the May of 2016. It’s his third fight this year, and expect him to come out swinging. He’s won his last two fights by KO in the second and fourth rounds.

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