Joshua is more talented than Usyk, Fury and Wilder – Robert Garcia


The other day, American coach Robert Garcia became the main corner of ex-two-time unified heavyweight champion British Anthony Joshua (24-2, 22 KOs) and has already begun preparing his ward for a rematch with Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk (19-0, 13 KOs) – in September, he won by unanimous decision.


On the eve of the second fight
Garcia statedthat Joshua is more talented than all the other top fighters in the division: “I still have everything. Today I think exactly the same as I thought before. If you were to ask me who is the most talented heavyweight in the world, I would sincerely answer that it is Joshua. I always thought so.”

Garcia explained his choice: “Tyson Fury is a completely different monster. Usyk has its advantages. It is smaller, therefore more technical, faster and more maneuverable. Deontay Wilder has incredible power. That is, each of them has its own unique features. And in this regard, Joshua stands out in that he is more multi-talented. At the same time, he also has superhuman strength. To be honest, this was a revelation for me. He has the same type of power as Wilder.”

Fight promoter Eddie Hearn is “confident in Joshua’s victory over Usyk.” Earlier, he even suggested that the Briton would knock out the Ukrainian in six rounds. It is already known that the second battle will take place on a unique arena. But Wilder’s coach believes Usyk will stop Joshua in a rematch.

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