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The Midlander felt Joshua’s power at the start of his pro career. Joshua turned pro after winning Olympic gold in London in 2012. He had his second pro fight against Butlin in Sheffield – and knocked him out inside two rounds.

Joshua has kept knocking out whoever’s been put in front of him and Butlin said: “You don’t realise how hard he hits until he hits you.

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