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Anthony Joshua showed so much in that incredible win over Wladimir Klitschko in April in front of 90 000 excited Wembley stadium fans as he walked through fire to end the career of a Heavyweight boxing Legend, but he also showed vulnerability, hurt in the 5th and on the canvas and on the brink of defeat in the 6th round Klitschko failed to follow up, a decision which cost him dearly.

Fortune favours the brave however and Takam comes to Cardiff with a superb opportunity in a win-win situation every fighter would relish.

A late replacement, the underdog Takam looks to make a huge name for himself and write his names in the history books. He can box as shown in his narrow points loss to Current WBO champion New Zealand’s Joseph Parker where he boxed on the back foot early then changed tactics to pushing Parker backwards and pushing him close in there 12 round battle last year.

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