Friday, March 8, 2024

Predictions: Joshua-Ngannou

Press Release: By - March 8, 2024- recently got predictions and thoughts from numerous figures in the sport of Boxing on today's Heavyweight showdown between former two-time World Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua and former UFC World Heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou, which can be seen below.

Carl Froch

Joshua will want to retire if he loses to Ngannou

Carl Froch: “Depending on how the fight goes with Ngannou, and if he was to lose, there’s always options for him. A loss isn’t always the end of the road. I’m not going to say if he loses to Ngannou he should retire. But if he does lose to Ngannou in a bad fight and gets knocked out, he’ll probably want to retire. Because you’ve made that much money, you’re in such a good position financially, why go on boxing and getting your head punched in when you don’t need to? That’s why I retired. I retired at 36 years old, because I thought I’d made enough money, I’ve got three kids at home and I’m healthy.”

Ricky Hatton

Hatton explains big Joshua ‘Worry’ ahead of Ngannou fight

Ricky Hatton: “It is a very interesting fight because AJ, as much as we love him, he can get hit and hurt. This could be a tricky night. Normally, from a defensive point of view, Fury is a lot harder to hit than AJ. I mean, AJ can sometimes be in front of you a little bit too much, which worries me in the Ngannou fight a little bit. There’s every chance that if Ngannou lands clean he could win.”

Ebanie Bridges

Glass chin AJ will be KO'd by Francis - says ex World Champ

Ebanie Bridges: "Of course Ngannou will {knockout AJ}. He's got the power. Anthony Joshua has a bit of a glass chin, doesn't he? He can get dropped and he seemingly gets hurt in every single fight. Joshua got hurt by Usyk, and he’s not even known for his power. Most definitely, Ngannou could go for the KO.”

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