AJ/Usyk Sunday. DAZN
Just read the above article about Wilder's assessment of AJ, and it's actually pretty good.
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By Miguel Maravilla at ringside

In a heavyweight rematch, Robert Helenius (31-3, 19 KOs) of Finland proved the first time was not a fluke as he defeated Poland’s Adam Kownacki (20-2, 15 KOs) again. Helenius got to work right away pounding away on Kownacki as he backed him to the ropes in the opening round. The height and reach were obvious for Helenius as he connected with solid punches in round three and followed up with the uppercut. In the final seconds of the round, Kownacki landed a low blow. Kownacki’s face was a mess heading into the fourth, Helenius continued to box and pound away. The referee deducted a point from Kownacki in the fifth as the Nordic Nightmare continued to punish the Polish heavyweight. In round six, the referee decided to stop the fight at 2:38.

Heavyweight Jared “The Real Big Baby” Anderson (10-0, 10 KOs) stopped Vladamir Tereshkin (22-1-1, 12 KOs) in round two. It was a slow start as Anderson and Tereshkin measured with the jab. However, in the second round, Anderson cornered Tereshkin as he finished him off with a series of unanswered punches. referee Kenny Bayless stepped in to stop the fight at 2:51 of the second. Anderson wins the NABF heavyweight title.
AJ looking for new trainer:

Joshua needs a new Trainer.

Mcracken looks worn out and depressed, he's been like it for a few years now, I think the pressure of training such a high profile fighter has got to him, he used to be far more enthused and animated as Carl Froch's trainer.

Joshua needs someone who will be excited for the challenge, I think I read Reynoso watched the Usyk fight with him and pointed out loads of mistakes, Reynoso would be a good fit for him.

Usyk rematch is a difficult fight but if Joshua can impose his physical attributes I think he has a chance to win it, needs a new approach though, and a fire lit under him.
I do think AJ can beat Usyk in a rematch. Usyk is just not that good, and AJ still has his power if he can find the right trainer.

Should have thought about that in the first fight. If AJ comes out all gunz blazing in the rematch, he'll get picked apart.
I think Usyk is just too good for AJ
I think AJ ko's Usyk if he trains and fights aggressively.  He's just got too much size and power.  Of course, if he boxes like a llittle man, he loses.

(10-27-2021, 01:39 PM)bart Wrote: I think Usyk is just too good for AJ

Yes he is. Way too quick and is far too smart for AJ. 

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