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Joshua was taken into the seventh round for just the second time in his career, but he would not have to go much farther as his power began to break down the challenger.
Anthony Joshua used his jab to set up his power punches against Dominic Breazeale on Saturday as he earned a seventh-round KO in London to retain his heavyweight world title.
Photo by Matchroom Sport. Anthony Joshua had to work harder than he expected against Dominic Breazeale on Saturday, but he finished the job early once again to retain his world heavyweight title.
While differing in opinion on who will prevail Saturday in their heavyweight title showdown in London, both British champion Anthony Joshua and American challenger Dominic Breazeale agree on one thing: Someone is getting knocked out.
The American takes some seriously heavy shots and is wobbled by a big right-hand at one point, but just about survives the three minutes. IBF champion Anthony Joshua comes to the ring, wearing a white robe and is looking ultra-confident.
The Olympic gold medal-winning heavyweight receives a huge ovation from his ever-increasing legion of fans. Joshua is apparently a great self-promoter, too.
He comes out after a motivational video is played on the big screen above the ring. The lights are dimmed and Joshua emerges.
Anthony Joshua will soon embark on the first defence of his title at a packed-out O2 Arena. Before then, though, Michael Buffer is leading a tribute to Muhammad Ali.
Groves wins what turned out to be an enthralling bout! Can Murray produce something dramatic to steal this fight from Groves in the closing stages?
The initial rounds were all very tight and cagey, but Groves is looking better than he has in a long time. The pre-fight favourite is using his jab to keep Murray at bay.
After a slow start, Murray is starting to make an impression, taking his opponent to the ropes and unloading with some body shots.
There are plenty of questions hanging over Groves heading into the bout - can he take a big shot?
Is he over the hill? Has he struggled to make the weight? Now time for possibly the most anticipated fight of the night, with George Groves taking on Martin Murray.
Both of these guys have fought for the world title before and have come up short. At this stage of their careers, they both know defeat could extinguish their long-held ambitions once and for all.
Chris Eubank Junior successfully defended his British middleweight crown in his first fight since his near-tragic contest against Nick Blackwell.
Blackwell was in a medically-induced coma for a week when he suffered a bleed on his brain after losing to Eubank in March. Thankfully Blackwell is recovering well, although he remains angry with Eubank for milking the publicity from his plight as he sees it.
Eubank put that controversy behind him as he dispatched Tom Doran in four rounds at The O2 with his usual bravado and style.
Eubank, 26, jabbed well and rocked Doran with a right uppercut in the first round, but he did not have it all his own way as the Welsh challenger also landed.
He floored Doran in the third through a succession of hooks to the body and head and showed his characteristic swagger as he posed in the.
He gamely got up, but the end was not far off and he went down for a third and final time under a glancing right uppercut. Carl Froch said Groves should weigh about a stone more than Murray but fancied the year-old to be a tough test for his former rival.
Bring on Gennady Golovkin. But Eubank was at the most impressive best in his career thus far. He had vowed there would be no mercy for the next man up despite the trauma of having sent Nick Blackwell to hospital in a coma in his previous.
I feel I'm at world level now I feel like I can be challenging for world titles. People think you're indestructible.
You're not and I'm coming. Anybody out there with a world title you're getting it. Eddie Hearn said he expects the Golovkin fight to be signed next week, while dad Eubank Snr said: 'Golovkin should be, if he's clever, watching this young man here.
Eubank showboats a bit after those two knockdowns before another uppercut, which has been the shot of the fight, drops Doran for a final time. This time it's the body shots that see Doran down.
He's back up and then down again seconds later Doran is throwing wild hooks but isn't landing cleanly as Eubank ducks and weaves.
The champion responds with a lovely combination with bodyshots and uppercuts which turns into a relentless assault up against the ropes. He pressures the Welshman into letting an uppercut through which drops him.
Doran gets back up but looks shakey as he goes to his corner. Doran is open for Eubank's jab every time and gets his nose bloodied early in round two.
The Welshman does well with lovely counter hooks though, landing a left and then later a right. Eubank establishes his range again though and beautifully evades Doran's swings whle popping the jab.
Another round for Eubank. Very strange start to the fight with mind games from Eubank. He stays in his corner and beckons Doran on but is told off by the referee as the first exchange is held up.
Eubank lands a lovely uppercut but then takes a stumble before shaking it off with an Ali-like jig. The champion then establishes the jab with a minute to go, landing three stiff ones in quick succession.
Doran doesn't look fazed though and times a few nice shots of his own before the round ends. That one goes to Eubank though who landed far more.
We've just seen Chris Eubank Jr warming up with his father in the dressing room and Michael Buffer is on the mike. Eubank faces a much tougher test than the son of his dad's old rival, in the shape of undefeated Welshman Tom Doran.
As if there weren't enough big hitters at the O2 tonight Rory McIlroy is in the house, fresh from his disappointing display at US Open.
One thing McIlroy won't have in common with the two men in tonight's main event is being Olympians, after the Northern Irishman withdrew from the games in Rio due to fears over the Zika virus.
McIlroy will surely have watched his countrymen get knocked out of the European Championship against Wales earlier today and will be hoping for a more rousing performance from Anthony Joshua tonight.
It was time for me to really take my time today and really start learning how to box,' the year-old said. He climbed back to his feet but a perfectly timed right wasn't seen by Benn's dazed opponent and rocked his head back brutally, knocking him out cold.
Anthony Joshua is in the building and looking relaxed as he has all week ahead of his first title defence. The year-old was returning from shoulder surgery and a seventh-round knockout loss to Anthony Joshua in December but wasn't completely satisfied with his performance against a late replacement.
Hibbert put up a good fight but was battered and bloody by the midway point and the referee had seen enough as the Italian laid it on the Briton.
A good evening to all and welcome to our live coverage of tonight's action at the O2 Arena, where Anthony Joshua will defend his world heavyweight title for the first time against Dominic Breazeale.
Joshua has promised to put on a show in his fifth successive fight in his home city, but the undefeated American will be looking to defy the odds and provide a massive upset in front of a partisan crowd.
Before that we'll be providing round-by-round updates from the O2 in a crucial all-English super middleweight clash between George Groves and Martin Murray, which follows another battle of Britain which sees Chris Eubank Jr defend his British title against Welshman Tom Doran.
In the building! Argos AO. Rory Brigstock-Barron Host commentator. You can read Jeff Powell's report from the O2 Arena below.
Hope you had a great Saturday night and enjoy the rest of your weekend. Joshua was asked if he would fight someone like Joseph Parker next. He replied: 'I think it's going to have to be the likes of Parker.
Breazeale, 30, was too hurt to get up after the second knockdown of the round. Breazeale was not happy with the referee attempting to assist him while he was down, as he pushed him away angrily.
Referee Howard John Foster stopped the fight officially at of the 7th round. After Breazeale got up, Joshua nailed him with some tremendous shots to the head that sent him down for the second and final time in the round.
Breazeale looked like he wanted to try and get up, but he was clearly far too hurt for him to make it to his feet. Breazeale was staggered badly in round 2 from a hard right uppercut from Joshua.
The punch sent Joshua scurrying across the ring on shaky legs. Breazeale did a good job of recovering in between rounds to come back and continue to take punishment in round three.
Joshua trapped Breazeale against the ropes in the round, but the American fighter was able to land some nice right hands that caused Joshua to back off.
Joshua was nailing Breazeale with a lot of jabs and left hooks that were doing a number on his eye. Views Read Edit View history.
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IBF heavyweight title. Anthony Joshua. Dominic Breazeale. Watford , Hertfordshire , England. Glendale, California , US. Joshua defeated Breazeale in the seventh-round by TKO.