Klitschko began piling up rounds and it seemed like the savvy Ukrainian would quiet the hometown fans, until Joshua turned things around with that vicious right uppercut. He came to show what he was about, that he still had it. It was Britain's largest attendance for a boxing event since 1939.The 41-year-old Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko was down on the canvas in round five before sending Britain's Anthony Joshua to the mat for the first time in his career in round six.
"Two gentleman fought each other, Anthony won tonight, I (was) waiting to give but all the respect to you guys, thank you".
Joshua used some of that money to buy his very first boxing club, Finchley ABC, some new equipment. This fight was there for the taking by either fighter going into Round 11.
After defending his titles in his slug-fest win over Wladimir Klitschko in London, Joshua called out his fellow Englishman about a potential match-up.
"I wouldn't mind fighting him again; if he wants a rematch no problem".
He said he was happy that it was a great fight, adding: "There was a lot of hype and I'm glad it lived up to expectations". First and foremost 19 and 0, three and a half years in the game.
"What can I say? If you don't take part, you fail".
Joshua grew up for some of his early years in Ijebu-Ode Nigeria and returned to the United Kingdom halfway through Year Seven to join Kings Langley Secondary School.
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"This is boxing, I'm only going to improve". You are a boxer's dream.
At just 27, you'd forgive Joshua for being a little daunted by the prospect of facing someone with Klitschko's resume (he's a former world champion and Olympic gold medallist).
"The best man won and it's an awesome event for boxing".
"It was really good, I had fun. I was planning to do it, but it didn't work".
Klitschko made it back to his feet with a five-count, only to be planted once more.
Klitschko was already coming off a tough loss when he entered the ring, a twelve round decision that he dropped to Tyson Fury in a major upset in November 2015.
The veteran Ukrainian beat the count in a bid to prolong the fight, but Joshua was not about to lose his flawless KO record as he unloaded a barrage of heavy artillery that forced referee David Fields to signal the finish.