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A shoo-in for the boxing hall-of-fame in the coming years, the longtime ruler of the heavyweight division ‘Dr Steelhammer’ Wladimir Klitschko is eight months into his retirement.

He retired following his monumental last stand at Wembley in April 2017. He collided with Anthony Joshua in a memorable changing of the guard battle that ultimately culminated with Joshua forcing a stoppage of the Klitschko in the eleventh round.

Klitschko was unsuccessful in his attempt at becoming a three-time world heavyweight champion that night.

He is however still the only man who has experience of facing off with the last two unified world heavyweight champions. Anthony Joshua and the man he surrendered the crown to in 2015, Tyson Fury.

Klitschko has predicted that Joshua certainly overcomes the challenge Fury will pose. The Ukrainian 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist merely dismissed ‘The Gypsy King’ as a ‘fart in the wind.’

“Hands down, Joshua [wins]. He is getting to be the complete fighter,” Klitschko said in an interview with the Times.

“Technically, size-wise, weight-wise, power-wise. And he is a good learner. The other guy [Fury], like a fart in the wind it is there and it is gone.

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