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The unified WBA, IBO and IBF world heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua proven he successfully comes through his upcoming unification showdown against WBO world champion Joseph Parker.

Seems to be on a collision course with the undefeated WBC titleholder Deontay Wilder who moved to 40-0 last weekend.

Joshua was pressed to compare the styles of the differing champions. Joshua shared he believes that the New Zealander WBO titleholder is a ‘more clinical’ fighter in comparison to his American Alabama native counterpart.

“More clinical. Wilder throws windmills;” Joshua said.

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