Anthony Joshua Meet Ghanaian boxer who thinks he can beat new Heavyweight champ

Ghanaian boxer, Bukom Banku, however, thinks he can defeat new WBA, IBF Heavyweight champ, Joshua.

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Bukom Banku play Bukom Banku is very confident that he can beat Anthony Joshua (Yen Ghana)
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As the world continue to celebrate the new face of boxing, Anthony Joshua, a Ghanaian fighter thinks he stands a chance against the Nigerian-born British boxer.

Joshua on Saturday, April 29 defeated veteran Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko in a world heavyweight title fight by an 11th round knockout.

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Anthony Joshua play Anthony Joshua is the new WBA, IBF Champion after beating Wladimir Klitschko (AFP/File)

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With that win, the Nigerian-born Brit added the WBA title to his IBF belt, holding two versions of the world title.

Ghanaian boxer, Bukom Banku, however, thinks he can defeat Joshua.

 

‘’I would love to fight Joshua, am serious about it and will beat him if we fight. I know some people will doubt me because Joshua is unbeaten and has beaten some top guys[Klitschko] in his division but they also have to trust me[their countryman]’’ Banku said on Joy FM Sports Link program on Saturday, May 6 in Ghana.

Bukom Banku play Bukom Banku is very confident that he can beat Anthony Joshua (Joy FM)

 

‘’I will beat him[Joshua] hands down. I watched his fight with Klitschko and was not impressed with him but happy he defeated the Ukrainian.”

Just like Joshua, Banku is undefeated in his professional boxing career, with 21 knockout wins in 28 bouts.

The 36-year-old who claims to be a one-time sparring partner of Floyd Mayweather is preparing to face another Ghanaian Bastie Samir.

The date for the bout is however yet to be decided.

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