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Joshua vs. Franklin LIVE! Boxing Fight Stream, TV Channel, Latest Updates and Undercard Results

Anthony Joshua begins his final chapter on a massive boxing night at London’s O2 Arena. The two-time world heavyweight champion is effectively putting his illustrious career on the line against Jermaine Franklin, desperate for a win after back-to-back losses to Oleksandr Usyk and three losses in his last five fights.

Joshua has claimed he’ll retire if he loses to the American tonight, but in reality he’s a big favorite for a destructive triumph that could still set up a mammoth summer showdown with Tyson Fury having reached the highest weight ever. heaviest of his career under new coach Derrick James in Dallas. But Franklin is no opponent to be underestimated, having pushed Joshua’s nemesis Dillian Whyte all the way before a controversial points defeat in November.

British heavyweight champion Fabio Wardley headlines another intriguing battle, with Austin ‘Ammo’ Williams, Galal Yafai and Campbell Hatton all in action, although Felix Cash has pulled out of his European title challenge average weights due to illness. Follow Joshua vs Franklin and the undercard live below!

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Williams vs. Wilson-Bent

The towel comes from the corner of Wilson-Bent in eighth!

Williams had launched sustained attack after sustained attack, raining down significant blows with both hands against a retreating opponent with little return.

Wilson-Bent was injured and fell back to the ropes, which was the deciding factor for his trainer.

It seemed like the right decision.


Williams vs. Wilson-Bent

“If you start feeling sorry for yourself, I’ll throw in the towel.”

Wilson-Bent gets that warning from his corner before the start of the eighth.

Can he mount a comeback or is it just a matter of time now until the stoppage?

Williams suddenly looks much more confident, closing the distance much more effectively and finding his reach with some huge shots.


Williams vs. Wilson-Bent

Wilson-Bent hangs on, tries to fight fire with fire but he looks exhausted now after that knockdown.

Williams smashes another punishing left to the bell followed by a sharp right.

Wilson-Bent had also been down again just before, but it hadn’t been caused by a punch.

Williams in full control now after a frustrating start.


Williams vs. Wilson-Bent

Wilson-Bent is down with over two minutes left in the seventh!

Williams uncorks a brutal left hand that knocks Wilson-Bent off his feet.

He takes a count of nine then tactically spits out his gumshield to give himself a few more precious seconds to recover.

But Williams feels the arrival now and comes in strong, landing another huge left!

Can Wilson-Bent make it to the bell?


Williams vs. Wilson-Bent

Better from Williams initially in sixth, finding his range with the vicious left better and a straight right – but it’s still mostly single shots with no real sustained follow through.

Despite that cut above the right eye still dripping with blood, Wilson-Bent fights back, setting up a beauty with a right hand straight into the pipe – set up perfectly by the left jab before the bell.


Williams vs. Wilson-Bent

Williams has certainly shown flashes of his skill here, but it’s all straightforward shots with very few of those power combinations he normally puts together so well.

Despite being the clear underdog, Wilson-Bent largely controlled the tempo of this fight for five years, staying aggressive and moving forward, spiking well.

But that cut reopened and shed blood, which must be obscuring the vision in his right eye.

Hopefully that doesn’t end his impressive performance prematurely and the corner can handle it between rounds.


Williams vs. Wilson-Bent

Yeah, it was an unfortunate, accidental clash of heads that got Wilson-Bent that cut.

Referee Howard Foster will be watching this closely.

In the fifth, we go into that scheduled 10 rounds in the middleweight division.

A crack effort from Wilson-Bent so far. He hits so well and lands some great inside punches.

A frustrated Williams has yet to settle properly, although he has issued plenty of warnings with what remains.


Williams vs. Wilson-Bent

A bit of blood around Wilson-Bent’s right eye and nose shows the damage Williams can inflict, even if it looks like he doesn’t land very cleanly.

Or was there a clash of heads? It’s an awkward cut.

Round four gets lively towards the end, Williams finding his mark with the ruthless left but the assured Wilson-Bent reacting quickly.


Williams vs. Wilson-Bent

Wilson-Bent, combative and confident, is really trying to pick up the pace here, frequently rushing forward and dropping his hands.

He lands another right and a good short jab, but there are a few times where he’s been tagged with Ammo’s mean left, which he needs to be wary of.

Williams looks a bit taken aback by his opponent’s relentless aggression at the start of this fight.

He must significantly increase the pace and pace of work.

Wilson-Bent is not at all intimidated by the undefeated American. Obviously he really feels he can win this.


Williams vs. Wilson-Bent

“You saw his speed, you felt his power – he’s not all that, is he?”

This is the message from Wilson-Bent’s corner at the end of the second.

He’s taken a few stinging shots from Ammo so far, but otherwise the Coventry man has been surprisingly aggressive and on the front foot – targeting the body.

He is also notified when he will throw this backhand.

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